”Learnist redefines social learning by creating a collaborative mobile experience that empowers any learner, consumer and teacher to easily create and curate media-rich content. With Learnist, we have designed interactive mash-ups in a mobile app that allows anyone to learn, share, and teach anytime and anywhere.” – Rusty Greiff, Chief Strategy & Development Officer, Grockit
We recently ran an experiment to see if we could test the impact of edmodo upon learning outcomes. We did this with a group of year 9 students studying Pythagoras and Trigonometry. The group of 25 ...
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Just a few days ago I posted a comprehensive list of educational iPad apps organized into awesome charts that teachers can print out and use separately. Today, however, I will be sharing with you another set of great charts covering Bloom's Taxonomy apps for both Android and Web 2.0. This work was done by Kathy from Shrock Guide. She has gathered all of the Bloomin'Apps projects in one place. Each of the images has clickable hotspots and includes suggestions for Google, Android, and Web 2.0 applications to support each of the levels of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy.
iPad is a promising mobile gadget in education. It has already started revolutionizing the way instruction is delivered .Some schools, particularly in the United States and Canada,have taken the initiative and commenced to employ the iPad as a learning and teaching tool