In the 1 to 1 classroom, it is easy to share a screen with the whole class simply by connecting to a projector. Needing to do so, however, does not need to tie you to the four walls of your more »
The standard keyword search has its place, but there are advantages to varying how you and your students navigate the web. One way to search online is using tags. Tags are descriptions, often one word, created by the person who more »
Educators are quite familiar with Bloom’s Taxonomy but I wonder how many have seen its latest extension. Some are now using Bloom’s to categorize and rate apps, such as at this Google Site. If you are working within or considering more »
You probably have noticed the Creative Commons license logo while surfing the web and may or may not have payed much attention to it. Creative Commons’ tagline “a culture of sharing” is quite appropriate to its applications, as it allows more »
When studying a particular time period or contextualizing a particular concept, alluding to the arts help students have a more rounded picture and engage more of the senses. Fortunately, this has never been easier to do in a seamlessly integrated more »
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We remember the relatively recent days when worries concerning technology eventually all but replacing the classroom teacher abounded. Lingering sentiments still exist, of course. Some of the astute individuals counteracting that claim argued that the teacher would actually become more more »
For those exploring which apps (iPad and iPod) to use in the classroom, this top 20 listing from Appolicious is worth a look. Items are marked with subject and grade level and include