Some of The Best Educational Android Apps for Teachers Coming to you from the Canadian Maritimes ( Halifax), Educational Technology and Mobile Learning is an educational blog dedicated to curating, reviewing and sharing EdTech tools and mobile apps. The purpose is to help teachers and educators effectively integrate digital technologies into their day-to-day teaching, learning and professional development. For any questions regarding our website or the content we publish, please contact EdTech admin, editor and blog owner, Med Kharbach at: firstname.lastname@example.org. PDF OCR Software, Scan to PDF, convert to Word, Excel with Able2Extract Professional Choose the online option for: High quality scanned documents Non confidential files Small to medium file sizes 1 Select PDF to convert Select file
Trading Card: Turn your photos into trading cards! Tons of fun stuff... Give one of our toys a spin! Cube, FX, Billboard, Pop Art Poster, Mat, Magazine Cover, Photobooth, Jigsaw, Movie Poster, Calendar, Gift Center, Map Maker, Motivator, Hockneyizer, Wallpaper, Trading Card, Pocket Album, CD Cover, Mosaic Maker, Lolcat Generator, Framer, Color Palette Generator, Badge Maker, Bead Art, Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Here Is A great Interactive Tool to Teach Students How to Read A Map Here is a great educational tool we came across today as we were working on the list of social studies websites for elementary students. Reading a Map is an interactive web tool provided by the National Park Service that helps students develop their reading map skills. Students get to learn how to read different data on the map, identify major types of maps and navigate their ways through the typography of a map.
Mentimeter Adds Options for Image-based Polling Mentimeter is a convenient service that lets you create and distribute poll questions for an audience to answer during a presentation. Your audience can respond to your questions on their phones, tablets, or laptops. Earlier this year Mentimeter added a quiz option to their services. That option works much like Kahoot or Socrative. This week Mentimeter enhanced their services again by adding an image option. Mentimeter now lets you create image-based polls and image-based quizzes for your students to respond to on their phones, tablets, or laptops.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Here Is A Very Good Tool for Writing Interactive Stories in Class November 1, 2015 Inklewriter is a great free tool to use with students to write interactive stories. It provides a distraction-free and innovative environment where students can actively engage with their creative writing. Inklewriter allows students to branch their story with choices and then link them back again.
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30+ Fun Ways to Teach The Notes Of The Staff What’s your favourite way to teach the notes of the staff? I’m a member of a number of “music teacher groups” – email discussion lists and Facebook groups which are a great way to connect with others and get answers to questions that are music-ed related. “What are your favourite ways to teach the notes of the staff?” is a common question that pops up every few months or so (sometimes every few weeks!) and everyone shares the online games, videos and apps that they use to teach or reinforce the notes of the treble and bass clef. So I thought it might be useful to gather that list in one place. Google Sheets - create and edit spreadsheets online, for free. One account. All of Google. Sign in to continue to Sheets Find my account