Evernote is a great application for educators. It’s usefulness can range from planning a course to delivering a lesson plan to capturing feedback after class. I experimented with using Evernote while I was teaching courses at San Jose State University. It proved to be an excellent classroom companion. Here are some ways to use Evernote to achieve your teaching goals...
E-book written in Spanish by K.Hoover, grade 4, using the iPad app CBB( CReative Book. Libro electronico escrito en Español pro K.Hoover, grado 4, utilizando la aplicación para iPads CBB (Creative Book Builder).
Libro electrónico en Español escrito por m.Calmusky, grado 4, utilizando la aplicación CBB( Creative Book Builder). E-book in Spanish written by M.Calmusky , grade 4, using the iPad app, CBB( Creative Book Builder).
BYOD policies have been touted as money savers, but in informal surveys Atkinson-Shorey has found that most students bring more than one device to school at a time. Demands on the network might be far greater than anyone imagined.
e-book written in Spanish using the iPad app CBB (Creative Book Builder) by J.Jensen, grade 4 . Libro electrónico escrito en Español por J.Jensen, de grado 4, utilizando la aplicación CBB( Creative Book Builder)
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