The education world—and the edtech community—have plenty of conferences. At EdSurge, we love to attend them, write about them and share upcoming events on our site here. Now in consultation with other conference-trotting stars, we've pulled together a list of the leading 40 or so convenin
The Departments of Teaching and Learning, Instructional Technology, Library Media Services, and the Professional Development Council; are thrilled to announce our 2nd Little Apple Tech Fest for the district-wide professional development scheduled Monday, February 16th at 8:00 am – 4:00 pm at Manhattan High School West Campus. This event will include more than 80 topics spread throughout four 50-minute sessions. We will offer feature presentations from: Apple, Discovery Education, our keynote presenters, and a host of our very own Manhattan-Ogden educators.KEYNOTE SPEAKERSOpening Speaker: Dr. Wesley FryerClosing Speaker: Felix Jacomino
There are now tons of apps for iOS devices that integrate well with Google, and Google has release several official apps for the iPad. There is hope, Obi Wan, Google and Apple can play nice!
The infographic embedded below details the most useful Google apps for the iPad. These are the apps that I find most useful not only for teachers, but any Google user. Take a look, download, and explore the wonderful possibilities of using Google Apps on the iPad! The online, interactive version embedded below includes links directly to the app store! You can also download the image file below.
The Best of Miami Device resources and videos. If you attended this amazing learning experience relive the moment; for those who couldn't attend this is an opportunity to learn at a distance. Please share this with your colleagues. Keep passing the torch of knowledge through your PLNs. Let's Get Connected! • Follow me on Twitter! @AnibalPachecoIT • Subscribe on YouTube www.youtube.com/user/anibalpachecoit Website: www.anibalpachecoit.com
When elementary school teacher Erin Klein sat in one of her students’ desks last year, she noticed a few things about her classroom space.
For one, the room itself was long and narrow, and the space was awkward. Large, clunky student desks crowded the classroom. And the desks themselves got in the way of students being able to comfortably work together. Even though Klein had the desks in groups of four, her second-grade students were far from each other because the compartments in the desks for student supplies were large, forcing the kids to communicate and work together over a vast span of desk space...
As technology is quickly evolving, educators and administrators alike are trying to keep up with the new products and trends in blended learning. We reached out to 4 ed tech thought leaders to get their opinion and advice on some questions that are always on our mind. Here’s who we asked and what they had to say:
While there are more digital resources today that can complement and enhance lesson plans than ever before, teachers need guidance about how to use them within the unique context of their own classrooms....
For this week's Top Picks List Friday, we're featuring painting and drawing apps. More and more artists, from amateurs to pros, are recognizing the value in using tablets and phones to sketch, draw, and paint. These art apps -- our current favorites -- give students the freedom of gesture and...
Warning: True Confession of an Educator Ahead…I always find it quite confusing when educators tell me that students in their classroom are reading at a 7th grade reading level. What does that really mean?
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School hosted Miami Device, a conference held on their campus November 6 & 7, 2014. Many generous presenters have shared their session resources, notes, and handouts. Let's take a look!
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