"This is a post several of you have been looking for, I know this from the emails I have been receiving from you. Now you have a great video tutorial on how to use Google Drive app to create documentation, spreadsheets, tutorials, and PDF annotation all from the palm of your hand using your own iPad."
There are loads of apps out there. But only a handful are of the high quality like these science apps for elementary students. Worth seeing. The post 5 Innovative Science Apps For Elementary Students appeared first on Edudemic.
In this episode Jon Samuelson @ipadsammy, Matt Gomez @mattbgomez, Todd Nesloney @techninjatodd, and Jaime Vandergrift @jaimevanderg talk Edcamps. This episode was completely spontaneous and not planned out, just like an Edcamp.
Allow your students to mix, mash, and video their way to a deeper understanding of the topic by using one of the video creation tools below. The post 3 Popular Video Creation Tools Being Used By Teachers appeared first on Edudemic.
There are more than two dozen ways to flip the classroom thanks to this handy visual. They're brief but designed to get students learning everywhere. The post 27 Simple Ways To Flip The Classroom appeared first on Edudemic.
This is the fifth guide I created in a series of several posts on how to tap into the educational potential of Google services. Today's topic is Google Images. This is probably among those most used...
These second-graders have a ball in the classroom The Register-Guard Patton is one of a growing number of teachers across the United States who in recent years have substituted classroom chairs with balls commonly found in yoga and Pilates exercise...
Project-based learning (which in the UK we are more likely to call 'Independent Learning') is hugely significant as a concept and is massively misunderstood. The post How Project-Based Learning Works In England appeared first on Edudemic.
Screenshot/High Tech High The term “project-based learning” gets tossed around a lot in discussions about how to connect students to what they’re learning. Teachers might add... [[ This is a content summary only.
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