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Make Your Images Interactive - ThingLink. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Special Education Apps. Ereader Tool for Schools | Gobstopper. Curriculet frees up my time outside of the classroom - no more collecting reading questions, trying to spot-check them, giving points for writing something down, whether or not they actually did the reading or understood it. - Jessica Rice, English Teacher at Summit Preparatory High School With Curriculet, I can not only change our reading instruction on a classroom level by flipping the instruction, but also influence reading instruction on a departmental level by encouraging the department to expand the curriculum: we can read MORE in less time with Curriculet. - Kate Baker, English teacher at Southern Regional high School I cannot WAIT to share this with my colleagues.

This is going to revolutionize the way I can teach info texts, short stories, and excerpts from novels! - Morgan Toal, English teacher at Lakewood middle school. InstaGrok | A new way to learn. EduApps. With tablet computers becoming more popular in schools, allowing greater accessibility to rich content enhancing the teaching and learning in classrooms, we have been compiling a list of apps which educators are using in their settings to help the learning process. The main choices schools have chosen between are using tablets operating on the Android platform, or the iOS apps available for iPads. Therefore, for ease, we have two EduApp pages available, so please click on the relevant platform below to be re-directed to the page suited for you. You can easily sort the columns by clicking the arrows by each heading. Are we missing an app which you use a lot in your school? 10 Best Apps 4 Teachers.

Most of what we do is for the students. The focus of this and many other blogs and websites is about learning, and rightly so, but there are also apps that will make our jobs easier too. I am talking about that catergory of apps that are designed specifically for the classroom teacher. Those apps that will assist us in the everyday little jobs that need to be done, often on the run and often while 10 other things are also happening in the room. There are plenty and I am sure as more and more teachers gain the confidence to design their own apps, there will be more suitable one to come.

Here is a list of apps that you can use to make your job easier. This is just my list, but I would be happy for other to contribute the apps that help them - help others by leaving your selection in the comments. Keynote: $9.99 Keynote for iPad is almost as powerful as the desktop application. TeacherTool saves grades and makes suggestions for grades. GradePad: $2.99 Flipboard: Free Evernote: FREE. 50 Must-Have Educational Apps. It’s time for holiday road trips and you know what that means: driving, flying, cranky kids, and… teaching opportunities!

What’s that, you say? Well, there is so much downtime during the holidays where kids and adults spend hours just passing the time… why not try out some new apps on your phone? Many of these apps were found by The Teaching Palette, be sure to check out their fantastic site for more helpful resources! From learning the ABCs to doodling, there’s plenty of terrific apps out there that will pass the time but also educate. If you have other apps you want added to this list, just add them in the comments. Thanks! *Most of the links below are to the iTunes store which will open another window and/or iTunes. Great Apps For Kids (And Adults) Alphabet Animals Perfect for your talented toddler, this game is packed with colorful animations, animal sounds, and tons of tips for learning their letters.

Mad Libs Just as goofy and fun as your remember. SmackTalk Annoying? Super Why! iPad Apps for Educators. 10 Strategies & Apps to Manage the iPad Classroom - Getting Smart by Tom Vander Ark - edapps, edchat, EdTech, ipaded, mobile learning, moblieed. Apps for Creative Writing. Subtext. Infuselearning | Empowering The BYOD REVOLUTION. Ipads in education. The 200 Best Special Education Apps. 250 best iPad apps: education. Ipad Apps for Education. 10 Free iPad Creativity Apps for Young Learners. Teaching our kids to be creative is just as important as teaching them critical thinking skills.Creativity open up students mind to new learning horizons and makes them capable of tackling new and novel situations way better than any explicit instruction would do.

We, in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning , strongly believe in the importance of creativity in education and we have dedicated a whole section in this blog to articles covering this topic. We have also reviewed some web tools that teachers can use to integrate creativity in their instruction and today we are going to introduce you to an awesome set of iPad apps that can do the same job but this time for young learners in primary schools. 1- Draw Free for iPad This is a great free iPad app that lets users create beautiful drawings. It has an intuitive interface and is very simple to use, ideal for young learners. 2- Pic Collage 3- Our Story 4- Scribble Press 5- Puppet Pals HD 6- Skitch for iPad 7- j2e 8- 123D Sculpt 10- Inkflow. EduCanon. 27 Simple Ways To Check For Understanding.

27 Simple Ways To Check For Understanding Checking for understanding is the foundation of teaching. Whether you’re using formative assessment for data to personalize learning within a unit, or more summative data to refine a curriculum map, the ability to quickly and easily check for understanding is a critical part of what you do. (Which was the idea behind our post last March, “10 Assessments You Can Perform In 90 Seconds Or Less.”)

The following infographic Mia MacMeekin offers up 27 additional ways to check for understanding. Good stuff. Image attribution flickr user deepcwind and miamacmeekin; 27 Simple Ways To Check For Understanding. Edutopia. Bloom-iPads-Apps.jpg (1024×768) Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. How To Capture Ideas Visually With The iPad - By its very design, the iPad promotes consumption. Essentially an interactive mobile screen, the combination of physical form and supporting software-based user interface on Apple’s wunder-tablet suggests watching and listening, enabling you to tear the “monitor” off the desk and take it with you.

By lacking a keyboard, input and production aren’t quite as natural. That isn’t necessarily because the iPad can’t accommodate such input, but rather that the software–and our habits as users–haven’t completely caught up with the not-insignificant shift in interface. But it doesn’t have to be that way. One microcosm of the potential of the iPad in learning is the concept of visual recording. Visual recording is what it sounds like it’d be. But executing it in practice–and then doing something meaningful with those iPad-captured images–isn’t second-nature simply because it’s not something you do everyday. 1. 2. 3. 4. Articles on iPads in Education.

10 Strategies & Apps to Manage the iPad Classroom - Getting Smart by Tom Vander Ark - edapps, edchat, EdTech, ipaded, mobile learning, moblieed. Create timelines, share them on the web | Timetoast timelines. 15 Digital Tools that Suppo. This post was originally published on TeachThought by Terry Heick These days, my mind is frequently on the Common Core and helping educators grapple with the new standards and expectations for literacy learning.

As we know, one of the major shifts in the ELA Standards is the expectation (and requirement) that students will be reading much more nonfiction and informational text resources. Project-Based Learning is a natural way for students to be immersed in real-world reading for real-world purposes. Terry Heick, my friend who continually steers me to the newest (and best) digital tools, highlights technology tools that support project-based learning in this informative post. Because it’s not really about technology for technology’s sake, it’s about how these tools support student learning.

Project-Based Learning is a 21st century approach to learning that acts both as a curriculum and instruction tool, as well as a new way for students to think about school. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. Platform: iOS. 100 Ways To Use iPads In Your Classroom. There’s likely a new iPad getting unveiled in the very near future. Like, in the next couple of weeks kinda near future. What better time to take a step back and figure out how to actually use these devices in your classroom? There’s more to the iPad than just apps .

Just ask the always incredible Tom Barrett , creator of the below presentation. Some of my favorites from the presentation (use the bottom left arrows to advance and go back) are below. What are your favorite ways to use the iPad in the classroom? Practicing letter formations (Slide #6) Project using GoodReader (Slide #10) Control your classroom computer (Slide #13) Turn it into a mini IWB (Slide #18) Evernote! ISTE2012iPadWorkshop. Ipad Apps for Education. 50 Of The Best Resources For iPads In Education. 10 Ways To Use Offline iPads In Education.

Just about every article on using iPads in education involves one key feature: connectivity. Whether it’s wi-fi or cellular service, being connected to the web is by far the most important feature for iPads in the classroom. Otherwise, it’s just what the tech-bloggers call a ‘brick’ and is essentially worthless. Right? Not really. As you probably guessed from the title of this post and the visual I spent way too much time making below, there are plenty of ways to use iPads that have little to no connectivity.

See Also: 17 Real-World Ways iPads Are Being Used In Schools Note: since you need to be connected to the web in order to set up your iPad, I’m going to assume you were connected at one point and that you have the ability to download an app that can be used later. How do you prefer to use your iPad when there’s no connection to the web? Click the image below for full-size or click here to download it as a PDF Use Google Earth in offline mode to go on virtual field trips. 10 Best Apps 4 Teachers. 50 Of The Best Resources For iPads In Education. A list of All The Best iPad Apps Teachers Need – School Leadership 2.0. School Leadership 2.0 A list of All The Best iPad Apps Teachers Need by Michael Keany Dec 27, 2012 A list of All The Best iPad Apps Teachers Need We have been doing a lot of reviews of educational mobile apps. 2 members like this.

10 Best Apps 4 Teachers. Classroom Ideas. 10 Strategies & Apps to Manage the iPad Classroom - Getting Smart by Tom Vander Ark - edapps, edchat, EdTech, ipaded, mobile learning, moblieed. EduCanon. Welcome to the School of You | teachem. Zaption - Interact With Video.

iPads - 1 to 1. Una guía práctica - Edudemic - 10 Practical Ideas For Better Project-Based Learning In Your Classroom. By Jennifer Rita Nichols, TeachThought Intern Teachers are incorporating more and more projects into their curriculum, allowing for much greater levels of collaboration and responsibility for students at all levels.

Project- based learning is a popular trend, and even teachers who don’t necessarily follow that approach still see the benefit to using projects to advance their students’ learning. Projects can be wonderful teaching tools. They can allow for a more student-centred environment, where teachers can guide students in their learning instead of using lectures to provide them with information.

The increase in classroom technology also makes projects more accessible to students. Despite general agreement about the benefits of using projects and project-based learning in general, it must be noted that all projects are not created equal! This may happen fairly often because teachers are wary about being able to assign grades to the final assignments handed in to them by students. What QR Codes Can Do For You! During one of my workshops this afternoon at Carondelet High School some asked for suggestions about using QR codes. Here are some of the uses that I suggested. TagMyDoc is a tool that allows you to apply a QR code to Word documents and PDFs that are stored on your computer. Upload your document then TagMyDoc creates and applies a QR code to it. You can print the document with the QR code on it or simply project the QR code for your students to scan and get a copy of the document on their mobile devices. Goo.gl is Google's URL shortening tool. When you shorten a link with Goo.gl a QR code is created for it too.

QR Voice is a free tool that allows you to create QR codes that when scanned will play a short audio message. QR codes can be used to combine the physical world with the digital world. Keep It Simple: With Apps, Less is More. Our blog has been a little quiet for a while (okay.. a LONG while..), which I attribute to an abundance of activity, not a lack thereof! A wonderful visit this year by teachers from Iowa, Wisconsin, and Champaign, Illinois reminded us of the importance of documenting and sharing our iPad journey, so the Burley team is making a resolution to post more frequently in 2014. Now in year four of iPad implementation, our approach to apps has evolved considerably.

We started where many teachers start: by combing through the app store, looking for apps for just about everything. And we still get excited when we discover a cool new app -- who doesn't? But as time has passed, we find ourselves settling in to workflows and tools that can be used again and again across the curriculum. We've realized that a powerful, effective technology program can be implemented with just a few simple, well-chosen workflows. The other title for this post could be Make Stuff, Share Stuff. Step 1: Make stuff. iPad teaching is NOT about iPads. I’ve covered technical and workflow ideas on this blog a lot but it’s time to properly summarise a teacher’s first priority when the kids have iPads.

Now here is where I have an issue with terminology… Maybe not an issue of “Pedagogy” (As many know it) Until a few years ago, I would have used the word pedagogy in this post but this now has the wrong connotations for me as it is linked more strongly to ‘teaching’ and not ‘learning’. To many I’ve worked with, the word pedagogy still implies “the way in which I deliver the content to the students” The tiers collapse The one-way ‘dumping’ of teacher knowledge into students has never inspired and is just not the way the world operates anymore. What really matters? In numerous surveys and studies, employers and universities say they desire the following qualities, which many of them say often seem quite absent in young people: Creative thinkingIndependence / self-driveTeamworkProblem solving strategiesConfidence to try new things Time consuming ? Project Based Learning.

Collaborize Classroom | Online Education Technology for Teachers and Students. Edutopia | K-12 Education & Learning Innovations with Proven Strategies that Work. Web 2.0 teaching tools to enhance education and learning — Edjudo. ForAllRubrics - Super Powered Rubrics. 3 Presentation Tools Teachers Are Now Using. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. EduCanon.

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