"Blooms Taxonomy is one of our topical themes in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Over the last couple of years, we have been posting dozens of articles on how teachers can can apply the HOTS ( Higher Order Thinking Skills ) in their teaching. You can check the resources below to learn more."
"The opportunities for learning through the use of digital gaming are diverse and massive. The speed and ease in which basic game development can be achieved using apps such as Sketch Nation can provide a platform for outstanding cross-curricular projects and really make an impact on progress, standards and pupil independence. This blog post describes one project (upper KS2) which could easily be adapted to suit Key Stage 1 or expanded to meet the needs of Key Stage 3 pupils, and to support almost any topic/subject. 1:1 use of iPods enabled maximum pupil engagement but fewer devices could have been used if pupils collaborated in groups."
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iPad teaching apps. ... When I picture a 1:1 classroom, this is exactly what I picture. Talk about student engagement. ... As a teacher though, you can create classes. You could .... Find this blog in the education blogs directory ...
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"Working at Pilgrims Teacher Training, we have developed our framework for ICT courses with Kristina Smith. Last year, I started teaching with an iPad, so I adapted the framework for teaching with iPad apps.
The framework consists of five categories:
1- Searching: Searching for information (It is also necessary to introduce search engines for apps, such as quixey and appcrawlr)
2-Bookmarking: Bookmarking websites to save them online, and to be able to find them later
3- Organizing: Organizing materials online
4- Creating: Creating multimedia materials
5- Sharing: Finally, sharing the materials on social networking sites"
Offering teachers an enhanced option for teaching basic math functions, My Math Cards is a highly customizable Ipad app that is easy to use and simple for children to understand. Flash cards are valuable for children ...
"We have been using the iPads to help develop our Literacy, ICT and Art skills with a exciting project.
To link with Year 5′s topic of “Kensuke’s Kingdom,” children in class 5B have been making their own iPad game. They used the app “Sketch Nation Studio,” to do this. A easy app for children to use where they can even photograph their own drawings and use them in their games."
"Teaching Table is a Math App for the iPad that allows math teachers to create interactive lessons for their students. The teacher-created lessons allow students to interact with digital manipulatives to solve problems and learn math concepts."
Here are just a couple more tips on increasing your available storage on your iDevice. (If you haven’t read part one, check it out here.) Find apps that have data stored locally on your device that you don’t necessarily need.
"One of the great things I’ve noticed in the last 2 years is how my teaching has evolved with the use of the iPads. It’s been a gradual shift, but the way I am using them now is different than the first pilot year in 2011."
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