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Easy Ways for Students to Start Using Inspiration Software for Thinking and Planning

Easy Ways for Students to Start Using Inspiration for Thinking and Planning Additional videos on how to use Inspiration are available on the HIAT website at:...
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A good creative software resource for children n the classroom! Digital learning experience and students are encouraged to pursue individual learning. In addition, it fosters an environment where copyright is respected and digital citizenship is promoted.

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ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy Receives Prestigious Editor's Choice Award From Children's Technology Review

ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy Receives Prestigious Editor's Choice Award From Children's Technology Review | Technology in the Classroom | Scoop.it
Full Curriculum, Preschool Through Kindergarten Educational Website ABCmouse.com Stands Out Among Top Technology Products for Kids in Leading Monthly Publication...

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The website features an array of learning applications that can be downloaded to enhance learning! Math and reading applications are featured in addition to ebooks! The website is very popular for early learning; games, songs, books and many more are available for download which "Facilitate and inspire student learning

and creativity" (iste.org 2014) Students are presented with issues and solve problems using digital tools. An excellent example of an innovative learning tool promoting student success!

 

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Best Practices for Laptops in the Classroom | Educational Technology News

Best Practices for Laptops in the Classroom | Educational Technology News | Technology in the Classroom | Scoop.it

"We’ve frequently discussed the challenges and rewards of letting students use their laptops in the classroom.


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Laptops in the classroom promote creativity such as idea generation and also encourages collaboration and interactivity. Laptops support learning by providing an array of internet resources as well as learning tools such various Microsoft tools such as Powerpoint, Word and Excel that can build real world skills.

 

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