What’s the Best Tool for the Task? Posted by Shelly Terrell on Tuesday, December 17th 2013 Included in the Digital Tips Advent Calendar and part of the Effective Technology Integration category “Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important.” – Bill Gates Teachers often have great projects and activities they want to enhance by adding a technology component. Do my students have access to the tool when they leave my classroom? In addition to these questions, you can find various tools for different types of tasks by visiting the various sites below. Edshelf- search engine for technology tools and mobile apps. Challenge: Find the right tool for your task.
Augmented Reality: Aurasma | Beyond The Beyond *A big news week for them. IEEE Spectrum and Technology Review, not too shabby. *Another step toward the visionary notion of augmenting reality by snapping your fingers at it. “Autonomy’s new augmented reality technology, called Aurasma, goes a step further: it recognizes a user’s hand gestures. “Autonomy’s core technology lets businesses index and search data that conventional, text-based search engines struggle with. “Autonomy quietly launched Aurasma in May, and GQ magazine has already used it to make some of its pages interactive.
About Gynzy Why Internet Education? We are convinced that the manner in which children learn and teachers teach will change dramatically in the coming decade, thanks to the influence of the Internet. We also believe that this transformation can only be successful if teachers are given a central role in this process. It's essential they embrace the new Internet technology, yet this will only happen if we introduce solutions that will genuinely help them each and every day in the classroom. Common Core aligned. Teachers across the United States are aligning their lessons to the Common Core Standards in an effort to increase student achievement in ELA and Math. Better together. Better together is our motto.
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