iPad workflow with Edmodo Workflow seems to be a continuous topic for discussion with the introduction of iPads into the classroom. How best to distribute work to students, receive it back once they have completed it and then mark it and return it to them using only iPads? Can it really be that difficult? It certainly isn’t overly straightforward. Dropbox, Evernote and several alternatives are great, but they don’t offer the personalisation of a tool like Edmodo.
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Teachers who use iPad are always looking for simple ways to allow students to upload their work to a cloud drive with plenty of storage space. Dav-Pocket is a surprisingly simple WebDAV server which allows you access to Google Docs. When using Pages, Keynote & Numbers If your account has been successfully created, you will see the link “Authorize DAV-pocket service” in the first page. DAV Pocket - upload from iPad to Google Docs | philgreg.tv
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iPads changing the game for learning at Longfield Longfield Academy takes schools ICT to a new level, and the implications for other schools are important Longfield Academy: game-changing ICT
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By Derek Bruff Last fall, for my first-year writing seminar on the history and mathematics of cryptography, I posted my students' expository-writing essays on our course blog. A Social Network Can Be a Learning Network - Online Learning
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This blog does an excellent job of summarizing useful apps for teachers and students. by Nov 10
The following steps are included in the “Video” chapter of the forthcoming EPUB eBook, “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing.” This is an example of “quick-edit” videography, which can compliment “no-edit” videography in support of the “ethic of minimal clicks.” This final video, “Learning About NASA Mission Control in Houston,” is available on YouTube. Guide to iMovie