Apps for Career Education. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Handful of Great Apps for literacy Education. Title 1 App Suggestions - Technology Tools. Parent's Guide to Educational iPad Games #ipad #education. Best Apps for Teaching & Learning 2014. 30+ iPad Resources.
Help Center — Bitsboard. The moment you "share" a board the board gets uploaded to the Bitsboard catalog.
Sharing boards accomplishes three things. 1. It allows you to share boards with other Bitsboard users. All the other user has to know is the name of your board so that when they search for it in the Bitsboard catalog they can download it with one click. Teachers love sharing boards with their students for example. 2. Mom's love creating custom boards to help their kids excel in school. 3. When you share a board, we instantly create a copy of it online. TIP: If you have already published a board on the Catalog you can always update it by first making changes to the board on your device and then clicking on "Share" again. QR Codes in the Classroom. The Daring Librarian: QR Code Quest Scavenger Hunt- Part Deux!
I updated & improved my QR Code Quest Scavenger Hunt lesson I previously blogged about this year & used it again with my AWEsome ESOL kids & 6th graders.
I wanted to share those changes with you because it seems as if you like QR codes! Of my top 5 most viewed blog posts 3 have to do with QR codes (and yes, you know I'm barmy for 'em!) In fact, the first posting about this lesson has had, as of today, 17+K hits! WOWIE! Improved worksheet and graphic clues! I found that I needed to make the scavenger hunt questions simpler & the clues more graphic. I then Photoshopped it adding the University of Maryland Terps logo onto her cute red t-shirt because she's a U of M alum & a super fan! To do this lesson, students use the two iPod touch (Gen4) from Amazon (LOVE Prime!) Share in small groups. Qr code quest_table View more documents from gwyneth jones QR Voice adds a super neat new addition to the QR TEXT message. Getting Started in the Classroom - getting_started_in_the_classroom.pdf. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Free Apps to Create Digital Portfolios for Students and Teachers.
Have you or your students ever considered creating digital portfolios on the go?
Well now with the new mobile technology everything is possbile. There are a variety of apps that can help you create and organize portfolios and sketchbooks and some don't cost you even a penny. Apps in Education has compiled an awesome list of such apps though they are not 100% perfect but they can help you alot. I have picked out the free apps and reviewed them down . 1- Evernote. 9 Apps for Teaching You Haven’t Used (and 1 You Have) In recent years, schools have tried to integrate the latest electronic and Internet-based technology into classroom instruction.
By doing so, educators seek to engage students by using familiar forums to teach and prepare them for life after school. With the movement toward mobile-based apps, teachers are also striving to stay on the cutting edge of instructional technology by integrating the latest and greatest apps in the classroom. Image credit: Sean MacEntee (via Flickr) In particular, educational apps are paving the way for a more interactive, engaging, and rewarding classroom experiences for many students and teachers. With all of the apps available for teachers, however, selecting useful teaching aids can be intimidating. To get started, consider these helpful teaching apps: Science 360 (free, iTunes link) The science 360 app for iOS is great way to engage students K-12 in science and engineering. Mathematical Formulas ($.99, iTunes link) SimplePhysics ($1.99, iTunes link)
iPads in the Elementary Classroom - iPad Summit Boston 2013, Meg Wilson & Ben Schersten. Pinterest.
Mobile Learning Books and Courses for iOS Devices. Educators are creating great mobile learning content and sharing that content with the rest of us via iTunes U and iBooks.
I am going to review some of these useful resources. To read the iBooks, you need to use an iPad to view most of these. (The new version of the Apple desktop operating system, Mavericks, includes iBooks for the desktop….finally!) For the iTunes U courses, all you need is iTunes on your Windows or Mac computer or the iTunes U app on your iOS device. (Help here: Mobile Learning Books The Teacher’s iPadoPedia Philip Johnston May Subtitled “An A-Z of Using iPad in the Classroom”, Johnston includes chapters on archiving, attendance, brainstorming, behavior management, calculating, communicating co-curricular/coaching, and this is only through the letter “C” in the alphabet!
Engaging iPad Lesson Ideas Jigsaw24 October iPad Basics for the Classroom Teacher John Patten July iPads in the K-12 Classroom Jack Riviere January iPads in the Classroom Annalisa Kelly January.
Workflow. iBooks. Audio and Podcasts. Video and Photo. 1:1 initiative and implementation. APPS. Resources.