Osmo review: Hands-on iPad games with real pieces give kids new ways to play TechHive The beauty is, while kids in the target 6–12 age range can get hours of hands-on play with Osmo, the apps are simple enough to understand that they shouldn't need...
At the 2014 ISTE conference in Atlanta, Georgia, last week, Common Sense Media staff and Graphite Certified Educators presented a series of engaging, informative, and hands-on lightning-fast sessions. These 15-minute workshops showcased practical and engaging ways to use specific...
"Now that you have understood the basics of Digital Citizenship http://bit.ly/126roRn and have read the digital footprint guide http://bit.ly/14M8MDA , you night be in need of a handy graphic to share with your students to wrap it up all. Well, I have one for you.
The graphic below features some wonderful tips and pieces of advice on how to develop good manners online. Look at it as a code of online ethics to recommend not only to your students but to your kids as well. You can also print it and hang it on your classroom wall to constantly remind students of what is expected from them while using the world wide web. Enjoy."
"In Voionmaa high school we have team course now running. It means that three teachers from each subjects have their course together. Normally 6 hours week is now 18 hours / week. Courses are Speech communication, biology Environmental ecology and in geography Environment hasards like Tsunami or Earthquake.
My job is to make students communicate different ways using topics of biology and geography.
One task is to make environmental news using Green screen iPad app by Do Ink."
I mentioned in my ten takeaways from #ISTE2014 post that I wanted to write a bit more about some of the problems teachers are encountering with project-based and student-directed learning. Even though we believe deeply in helping kids uncover their passions, ask and pursue answering their own questions, and take ownership over their learning, the …
"As the school entry is getting closer, teachers and educators are deeply immersed in getting their teaching gears organized and ready for work.A major part of this preparation includes technology and digital media and in this regard, Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has recently started posting a series of articles featuring important digital resources and materials to help you make the best of your school re-entry. I invite you to check this resource section http://bit.ly/17Gtipi ; to learn more."
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