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TabletRocket

TabletRocket | technologies | Scoop.it
Search and compare all types of tablets including Android, Windows and iOS from Google and Apple and more!
John Dalziel's insight:

If Learning Providers are planning to purchase tablets and want to see how the different devices compare to each other, check out TabletRocket.

 

It’s a new review website that compares all of the tablets on the market based on different attributes.


It will provide head-to-head comparisons and summarize the pros and cons of each device, so that learning providers can find the device they need.


Note: CameraRocket, PhoneRocket and Reader Rocket are also available from this site.

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sketchlot - Create a sketch, share it with learners

sketchlot - Create a sketch, share it with learners | technologies | Scoop.it
John Dalziel's insight:

Practitioners create a "Teacher's Account" which includes a unique class code. They then add learners to their network.
NOTE: Learners log in using the class code created and their password (which practitioners can view, set and change).
For the next part, I found using a graphics tablet a big plus, practitioners create sketches that, when saved, can be...
- shared with any member of their class; using the share feature OR
- embedded in a class website,
- pinned to pinterest or
- tweeted.
Practitioners can create maths questions, science diagrams or even text for learners to view and then create their reply/answer by producing their own sketch and sharing it with their practitioner (Teacher).
A BIG PLUS: sketchlot is designed to work on all current tablets, phones and computers.
Practitioners can re-share work to others, or post it for others to view. Practitioners can also create and share a sketch on their interative whiteboard in front of their class!

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