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AssistiveTouch – A Great Demo Tool for iPad

October17

Being able to demonstrate where to go and what to do on an iPad is essential. Even if you are plugged into a VGA cable projecting your iPad on a screen, the audience (your students) can not see easily where you are tapping. Often where you are only appears for a split second with a […]

A Learning Station – Is That What Awesome Looks Like?

January12

EdTechTeacher has another great free resource that I came across… an eBook entitled “What Does Awesome Look Like?” This book focuses on iPad activities in the classroom. Therefore, for those who are looking for more ideas, you’ve hit the jackpot again! Personally, I’m very excited to view the book under the lens of making student […]

Digital Storytelling with Toontastic

December8

I had such a great time today with two third grade classes that I’m going to make this a “Two for Tuesday” with a second post! I did some interactive “writing” with students where I modeled choosing a prompt and then how to tell my story using the app Toontastic. This easy to use app […]

App Recommendations for Mobile Devices

December1

One of the most common questions that I am asked is what apps do I recommend. Of course, this question is not so simple to answer. I like lots of different apps…but all for different reasons… In order for me to help someone, I need to know more. I usually follow up with two essential […]

Another Tool to Share Research (with a Global View)

May26

Research is complete. Now what? How can students share their new found knowledge? There are many possibilities… Write a report (with Google Docs). Make a presentation (with Google Slides). Create a slideshow/movie (with Explain Everything). Put the information into a collage (with PicCollage or PicCollage for Kids). Produce a series of inanimate objects talking (with […]

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