Teach Coding. Ways for Teachers to Supplement Their Income. Shelly Terrell Shelly Sanchez Terrell is a teacher trainer, instructional designer, adjunct professor, and the author of The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers: Small Steps to Transform Your Teaching and Learning to Go: Lesson Ideas for Teaching with Mobile Devices, Cell Phones and BYOT.
She has been recognized by the ELTon Awards, The New York Times, the Ministry of Education in Spain, and Microsoft’s Heroes for Education as an innovator in the movement of teacher-driven professional development and education technology. Recently, she was named Woman of the Year 2014 by Star Jone’s National Association of Professional Women and awarded a Bammy Award as a founder of #Edchat, the Twitter chat that spurred over 400 teacher chats. Ebook Creation. Teaching Online. Lecture. Keep our languages alive: Kylie Farmer at TEDxManly.
Scannable, la nueva y potente aplicación de Evernote. Scannable es una aplicación que te permite escanear fácilmente documentos y guardarlos en su Evernote o compartirlos con otros a través de correo electrónico o de texto.
La forma en que trabaja esta app es bastante básica: simplemente apunte la cámara del iPad o iPhone en el documento que desea escanear (esto podría ser un post-it, la información sobre una tarjeta de visita o notas en una pizarra), Y entonces Scannable inmediatamente lo captura y hacer a disposición de ustedes en la forma de un documento que puedes compartir. Además de ser capaz de escanear y guardar documentos, también puedes girar el documento automáticamente, recortar y ajusta las imágenes para que sus exploraciones son claros y fáciles de leer.
Por ahora esta app sólo está disponible para dispositivos iOS. Os dejamos un video demostrativo: Diplomada en mecánica, community manager por vocación, friki de los vídeojuegos, y ahora iniciándome como bloguera. Maker Education Initiative. 10 children's app trends for 2015. Many children are growing up with apps and digital media as part of their lives, alongside reading, physical play, television and other forms of entertainment and learning.
Plenty of companies, from the biggest children’s brands to brand new technology startups, are exploring the potential of tablets and apps for kids, so what do they have in store for 2015? Here are some of the key trends for parents to look out for. 1. Digital storytelling finds its identities It’s no surprise that the first few waves of children’s apps – at least the ones telling stories – took their cues heavily from books, complete with digital pages to turn.
How can text, animation and touchscreen interactivity blend together in new and engaging ways? Existing examples: the genre-blurring fun in Jack and the Beanstalk by Nosy Crow or Dino Dog – A Digging Adventure. Connected Mind- A Good Mind mapping app for Teachers and Students. February, 2015 Connected Mind is a very good Chrome extension that allow users to create beautiful mind maps and store them in the cloud.
Mind maps you create via this tool can include a wide variety of multimedia materials including : text, images, shapes, arrows, and you also have access to a set of multiple colours and fonts to choose from. You can create as many maps as you like and save them for free in the cloud storage provided. You do not need to create an account to start using Connected Mind. Simply sign in with your Google or Gmail credentials and start working on your mind maps. How to Create & Distribute Flipped Lessons Through EDPuzzle. Dissemination Platform - Erasmus+ Landing Page. Ferramentas Facilitadoras para Empreender - Google Sheets. Personality Quizzes and Entertaining Posts Developed and Curated By Experienced Teachers. Mais Manuais. Five-Minute Film Festival: Genius Hour. Imagine if you were allowed to use a whole workday every week to explore any project you wanted.
With no restrictions on your time or what you could do, think of the ideas you could come up with and the things you could learn about! In the workplace, this practice is called 20 percent time. It first gained widespread notice at Google, but many companies have allowed employees to work on side projects as a way of fostering innovation. Since it's not often possible for teachers to sacrifice an entire day of schooling to allow for individual creative pursuits, the idea has been reinterpreted in many schools as a "Genius Hour," where students get one hour per day or week to focus on a project of their choice. The practice combines well with classroom pedagogies such as project-based learning and inquiry-based learning. Video Playlist: 20 Percent Time in the Classroom Watch the player below to see the whole playlist, or view it on YouTube. More Resources for Using Genius Hour in the Classroom.