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How to share your Book Creator book using Dropbox - Book Creator Support - 0 views

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    "How to share your book using Dropbox

    Dan Kemp
    November 25, 2014 10:18
    Uploading your book to Dropbox's free cloud storage is a really quick way to share your book with your friends, family or students."
John Evans

Science4Us on the Web and App Store | Class Tech Tips - 1 views

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    "Science4Us is a web-based science curriculum for students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. It
    teaches science using a fun, interactive approach. In addition to digital games and online activities, there are offline experiments and hands-on projects. Teachers have access to detailed lesson plans, automated student reports and session guides to help prepare and plan."
John Evans

Classroom Space Exploration with the Amazing Star Chart App - 0 views

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    "It's often the smallest spark that ignites the flames of inspiration and lifelong learning. The right balance between fascination and education, Star Chart is the perfect example of an app that can provide that spark for students. Overlaying a stunningly detailed view of the night sky on students' phones or tablet devices, the app can become your classes virtual telescope to explore the whole visible universe."
John Evans

My Top 12 Favorite Channels on the new YouTube Kids App - 3 views

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    "There has been a huge buzz recently on Twitter about the new YouTube Kids app. There are thousands of great videos to search for on this new platform. The app opens up in a very clean and inviting menu that breaks down content into four categories: Shows, Music, Learning, and Explore. Each of these sections has designated channels packed with amazing video content. The YouTube for Kids App is FREE and is certainly one that I will be recommending at future conferences I present at. Where we couldn't fit all of the great content into this post, we certainly welcome you to use the comments section below to share your favorite YouTube for Kids channels."
John Evans

Document Learning Made Visible with the Super Note App - Brilliant or Insane - 1 views

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    "This year, I've spent a good deal of time coaching students and teachers to make learning visible within and beyond their classrooms. This may sound easy, but it isn't. There's a difference between displaying student work and capturing the actual moves that deepened understanding or improved performance. Those who strive to make learning visible appreciate how messy and overwhelming this work can be."
John Evans

5 Things You Need to Know About Your iPhone's Photos App - 2 views

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    "Apple's Photos app saw some changes in iOS 8, and more changes are coming when iCloud Photo Library launches soon. Did you know that your photos app keeps copies of photos you've deleted?

    The Photos app isn't as complex as Apple's new Health app, but it still has some features you might not discover unless you go looking for them. For example, it can hide your private photos."
John Evans

The Art of Classroom App Smashing - 4 views

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    "App Smashing is relatively new (2+/- years) in the world of technology. Device users app smash when one app does not serve all the needs of a project. When that is the case, a person will do parts of a project in one app, parts in another app, and then smash them together to create something that otherwise would have not been possible to create. The art of app smashing is to think outside of the box and make apps work for you. There certainly is no right or wrong way to app smash. Bring out your creativity and imagination and you will be amazed with the digital products that you and your students will be able to create."
John Evans

Astropad turns your iPad into a graphics tablet for your Mac | Gigaom - 0 views

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    "For years there have been options to add a drawing pad and stylus to a computer, a way for graphic artists to create digital media and drawings. Turns out if you have an iPad, you have another option. Astropad is an app that lets you draw in graphics tools on your iPad with the results displayed in real-time on a Mac."
John Evans

DIY Human Body for Science Activities | Class Tech Tips - 0 views

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    "Last year I shared a fantastic free app DIY Sun Science that gives students access to lots of content to explore.  The Lawrence Hall of Science has a new app for iPads called DIY Human Body that includes informational text, activities and videos."
Reynold Redekopp

Native American Language Tribal App Gallery - 2 views

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    Aboriginal languages apps developed in Wpg
John Evans

Give Classroom Photos Some Flair with the Moldiv Collage App - 1 views

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    "It wasn't too long ago that photo editing was the business of dedicated professionals and cashed up amateurs. It would take hours of work and a studio of expensive equipment to turn flat photos into creative and beautiful works of art. Now, all we need is the phone in our pocket! Moldiv Collage Photo Editor is one of the most popular free photo editing apps, and with its amazingly simple interface comes a powerful and fun tool that both teachers and students can use to create collages, patterns and unique designs."
John Evans

Dragon Dictation: A Must-Have App for Writers - Brilliant or Insane - 0 views

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    "I began using Dragon Dictation a few years ago when my work with a group of struggling writers left me searching for a tool that could help them get the great ideas they were sharing aloud onto a page. I wanted something elegant: a tool that wouldn't interrupt students as they were speaking but rather, quietly capture what they were saying and flip it into text."
John Evans

Capture Student Work with Seesaw - The Learning Journal | Class Tech Tips - 0 views

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    "I'm very excited about the new learning journal app Seesaw which can help teachers and parents connect with students and keep track of their school work.  Seesaw is a simple way for students as young as 5 to independently document what they are learning at school.  It empowers students to take more ownership of their learning."
John Evans

New App "Seesaw" Is A "Learning Journal" For Students | Larry Ferlazzo's Webs... - 0 views

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    "I've previously posted several times about how much I love the Shadow Puppet app - there isn't anything out there that's an easier tool for creating a quick audio-narrated slideshow. It's perfect for English Language Learners.
    Today, the company behind Shadow Puppet has just released another new and free educational app that looks like it could be very useful. It's called Seesaw, and basically lets students easily create digital portfolios that can be shared with teachers and parents. It's free for teachers and students, and has a free and paid version for parents."
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