Educación INTEF sur Twitter : "Recopilación de 40 recursos para desarrollar competencias #STEM #kitprofes... Technology Timesavers for Teachers - myTeachersLounge. Teachers today are fortunate to have access to technological tools that make our jobs easier and minimize the paperwork involved in educating our students.
An Excellent Quick-Start Guide To iPads For Learning. An Excellent Quick-Start Guide To iPads For Learning While everyone you know has had an iPad since Miley Cyrus was less…sure of herself, for whatever reason, you just got one.
Or an entire classroom of iPads. Or Android tablets. Or, gulp, Windows Surface tablets. Whatever the case, you’ve got a tablet and want mobile learning happening in your classroom stat. What makes a good educational app? (Part 5) Part V: Peer collaboration & shareability The penultimate installation in our 6-part blog series will focus on an educational app being “share-able” or open to peer collaboration.
If you missed Part 1, click HERE. If you missed Part 2, click HERE. If you missed Part 3, click HERE. If you missed Part 4, click HERE. As mentioned in the previous blog, a running theme that has been underlying the essential elements of a quality educational app is the subjectivity of an app. This brings us nicely to our 5th key element: the app must give the user a sense of social activity and sharing. iPad Apps and Resources for Teachers. Consejos para comprar una tableta. Integrate iPads Into Bloom's Digital Taxonomy With This 'Padagogy Wheel'.
What to look for in a 1:1 learning programme. 10 Creative Ways To Use Google Tools To Maximize Learning. The following post was co-authored by EdTechTeacher’s Beth Holland & Tracy Sockalosky. When we think about the tools and resources that benefit all learners, certain key attributes come to mind: multiple modalities, scaffolding, communication, collaboration, and support. iPads In The Classroom: The Right Questions You Should Ask.
The pressure is on to make sure the education of U.S. students is on track with their global peers.
Unfortunately, according to a 2015 report by Pew Research Center, that’s not the case, particularly in the areas of science and math. The Teacher's Guide To Google Glass. If you’re as excited as Katie and me about Google Glass, this post is for you.
We like to take on the latest technology and see how it fits into education. If it doesn’t, we typically don’t write about it or will mention it in passing. But the potential for Google Glass in education is just too great. 46 Education App Review Sites For Teachers And Students. We try our best to keep our thumb on the pulse of the best education apps and web tools.
In fact, we have probably spent way too much time attempting to offer up as many useful product reviews and helpful lists over the past several years. But we’re just two people. Katie and I can’t cover the entire education app industry by ourselves. Luckily, there are dozens of other sites specifically devoted to education app reviews for teachers and students. Whether you’re looking to find the best interactive whiteboard app, a new way to deliver exit slips, or simply a fun educational game that can be used in your classroom tomorrow, these app review sites are definitely your go-to source.
A Crowdsourced List Of The Best iOS Education Apps. We’re proud to introduce you to a new set of resources we think you’ll enjoy.
It’s a curated list of the best education technology resources. But it’s not just organized by us. It’s now YOUR turn to share, vote up, and learn about all the best education technology out there. Got a favorite app? 7 Habits Of Highly-Effective Teachers Who Effectively Use Technology. 7 Characteristics Of Teachers Who Effectively Use Technology.
When To Put The Tech Away In Your 1:1 (or Any) Classroom. The following post is written by EdTechTeacher’s Shawn McCusker and Beth Holland. They will also be leading EdTechTeacher Summer Workshops in Atlanta , Chicago , and Boston . When we work with schools embarking on 1:1 programs, losing classroom culture often tops the list of concerns. Teachers worry about too much screen time and lack of face-to-face interaction.
The Teacher's Guide To Using Badges In Your Classroom. Parents Want Kids to Use Mobile Devices in Schools. Digital Tools Teaching Strategies Flickr: jhaymesisvip Smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices have gained popularity as educational tools in part because of the belief those devices could cut across the digital divide created by socioeconomic boundaries.
Now a new study reinforces that perspective, finding that students’ access to mobile devices, in this country anyway, is more often a question of parents’ attitudes toward mobile learning than a family’s income or the mobile device provisions of that family’s local school district. The report published by Grunwald Associates and the Learning First Alliance with support from AT&T, found that, according to data from a representative nationwide sample of nearly 2,400 parents, more than four in five K-12 students at least occasionally use some sort of computing device, including mobile devices like tablets or smartphones, or laptop computers.
Income did affect the number of computing devices per household, however. More from the study: Definition Of Digital Citzenship. The Definition Of Digital Citizenship by Terry Heick As more and more students interact digitally–with content, one another, and various communities–the concept of digital citizenship becomes increasingly important.