Evernote is many things to many people because it’s so powerful. But for the same reason, Evernote’s purpose is vague enough that it can be hard to get started with it. First, you have to figure out what it can do for you.
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"Does your child have an iOS device (iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch) or access to your personal device? iOS devices have many security features that parents don’t know about. You can use these features to help protect your child from accessing inappropriate content; guard your personal data on a shared device; and safeguard you from unexpected credit card bills due to unapproved app and itunes purchases. The following video explains how!"
Previously, I have published the following posts about creating eBooks: Create your own eBook (on the computer ) for the iPad First Graders first iPad Encounters Students Create ePub iPad Book for the World More and more classrooms are wanting to...
The iPad has quickly become a common place tool in schools around the world. This LiveBinder will highlight sites and information about the iPad and how it is being used in classrooms and schools.
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Etherpad meets wiki. Yeah, that really works. I have been using it to share initial impressions, questions, and requests from the folks at Vialogue. Here is the link to that if you want to see a hackpad in use: https://hackpad.com/THIQHze4Mwg#Vialogues
A highly useful wiki outline for anyone to learn how to use an iPad in the classroom. This makes me realize how many learning doors the iPad opens for learners of all stripes. If you follow their outine then at the end and probably working with a partner you will know navigate as well as download apps. You will explore ebooks and their creation. And as the infomercials shout, "Much,much more."
I like that you have basic stuff and 'extra challenges' very similar to the recent Google Search MOOC.
We kicked off Google Apps for students in our district last year. Upon reflection, there are three things I would make sure to do at the start of the year to get students and teachers up and running with Google Docs.
"Marianapolis Prep Training Videos: Nearpod is a jaw-dropping presentation app that allows all your class to watch your presentation, answer multiple choice questions, draw, or answer open-ended questions.``
SMILE Pathway – Search, Collect, and Share! Find fun, high-quality STEM informal learning activities from science centers and museums from across the United States that are designed for educators who work with a diversity of kids.
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