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QR Code Treasure Hunts

January8

Looking to try something new in 2013? How about getting your students out and about with a QR Code Treasure Hunt (a.k.a. Scavenger Hunt)? First off, you may be wondering what a QR Code is? You probably have seen QR Codes on flyers or in stores. Simply put, it is a type of barcode. When the […]

App-tober #5: iMovie App Example Project

October30

To finish off my App-tober posts, here is a sample of an iMovie app project. In Grade 5, students are being asked to write sentences using key vocabulary words from their reading. Every other week, the students are working in groups to make these sentences into movies. The movies are being created right in iMovie […]

App-tober 3: The Power of Built-in Cameras

October16

We may never buy a “regular” camera again. Come to this week’s App-tober session to find out why! For a preview, please read a previous iPod Touch post about its built-in camera. After the session: Need help with the iMovie app for iPod Touches (4th Generation)? Here are the FAQs from Apple. The Help button […]

App-tober 2: Getting the Most out of BrainPOP on Touches

October9

Since we only have 35 minutes at this week’s App-tober session, this post will serve as preview, notes and reference for what will be demonstrated. A while ago, I wrote a post about BrainPOP and then more recently one about The Mixer. I’m going to continue to highlight this very popular and effective service (that […]

App-tober KickOff

October2

This post is a springboard for our first App-tober Session: Apps are being created by what seems like the second. This can be a very overwhelming arena. Teachers are asking themselves: What are the best apps for students? How do these apps even fit into the classroom curriculum? Is it even worth paying for these […]

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