The Top 100 Tools for Learning was compiled from the votes of over 500 learning professionals in workplace learning and education from 48 countries worldwide in (@lia_ciocirlia You need to see the 2013 version http://t.co/S6A3ec0cr5)...
Jane Hart's outstanding List of Best Learning Tools for 2013!
"Why do you want to use Evernote? There’s a lot I could say, but to begin I’ll say one thing: I willingly opened up my wallet to pay for a premium subscription to Evernote. I can count on one hand how many services have compelled me to do that."
"Finding apps isn’t difficult. Finding education apps is only a bit more challenging. Finding free education apps is also possible. Finding free education apps worth downloading is a different story entirely.
The following is our list for the 55 best apps for learning we can find. Some are formal learning–math drilling and phonics, for example–while others are RSS readers, social media platforms, and the like. Nonetheless, these represent the 55 best we could find as of Q1 2013."
Just in time for the Ontario Family Day Holiday, here is a great site to help you find highly recommended iPad & iPhone Apps for kids( in case you missed it last August). Be sure to play outside with your kids, too! :-)
The State of Social Media 2012 is seen in this great Infographic. It succinctly illustrates the monthly growth of Social Media during 2012! The State of Social Media 2012 by The SEO Company Credit: SEO Company.
Unfortunately, there is not much about the rising effect of Social Media on Education!
The start of the school year is a great incentive to remain (or get) relevant, or at least keep virtual tabs on your teens. You may use... (A nice article for parents or teachers explaining 11 popular social media apps teens are using today.
Parents and educators are greatly interested in this timely topic! Please add your own comments to contribute to this interesting report. Do you agree with encouraging young children to use mobile devices for learning?
Look around at any restaurant or mall and it’s easy to see: adults are always connected to their mobile devices. But as this technology becomes even more ingrained in our lives, what can we expect for our children? Studies show that – used wisely – technology can be an important part of their everyday lives as well.
Check out the infographic below to see how mobile technology is integrated into the lives of even the youngest kids.
Mobile technology is still so new, in education. It is everywhere in our daily lives, but what are the effects on children's learning skills? How does it affect their social attitudes and physical growth? The Pros and Cons are still being studied and determined. Tell me what you think.