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Free Technology for Teachers: 100 Google Apps Tutorial Videos - 2 views

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    "The topics covered in my Google Apps tutorials video playlist include features within Google Maps, Blogger, Google Sites, Google Classroom, Google Forms, Gmail, domain admin, Google Sheets, and Google Docs. My entire Google Tools Tutorials playlist is embedded below."
John Evans

WSD Coding Challenge Week 3 Solutions - Drawing App · BNG - 0 views

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    "This week I am going to show you how to search for my code examples in Hopscotch and essentially download them to your iPad so that you can explore my code easily."
John Evans

WSD Coding Challenge Week 3 - Drawing App · BNG - 0 views

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    "This week gets a little more challenging! The challenge is to create widgets that will handle the brush size, making it both thicker and thinner as needed! We will be covering a couple of new concepts this week (If-Statements, "Listeners & Light switches") as well as reviewing variables again."
John Evans

WSD Coding Challenge Week 2 - Drawing App · BNG - 0 views

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    "It's time to set up week two's coding challenge. You are going to need a little help getting started on this one! We need to set up some colour selection tools in our drawing app. But adding colour selection can be challenging and there are many ways to accomplish this task.

    In this video, I go through one way of getting this task started in Hopscotch. The video will broach two new ideas: VARIABLES - or in Hopscotch parlance VALUES and colour number codes...."
John Evans

Two Techie Teachers: Digital Interactive Notebooks: Spruce Up Your Literacy Instruction - 2 views

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    "If there is one digital tool that's become our go-to this school year, it's been Book Creator.  Last summer we were researching ways to incorporate digital interactive notebooks into our literacy blocks.  All of our research kept pointing us back to Book Creator!"
John Evans

Kindergarten Green Screen Animal Interviews | Expect the Miraculous - 2 views

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    "Ms. Kelly's Kindergarten class has been hard at work on an animal research project that is unlike any other I've been a part of.  For the culmination of the project, students recorded an interview of an animal in its habitat using our green screen and the Do Ink app.  There were many layers to the process that students went through the create their final product. The class has been to the library throughout the project to initiate various pieces and then moved forward with the project work in class."
John Evans

Edutech for Teachers » Blog Archive » Tech It Up Tuesday: Green Screen Magic ... - 3 views

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    "In a post I recently published entitled Become a Green Screen Wizard with the Do Ink App, I discussed why this resource is one of my favorite apps and included an student generated example from a first grade classroom. This time I'm going to take this article one step further and provide you with the training materials I used to roll out the Do Ink app to teachers in my district."
John Evans

Moving at the Speed of Creativity | Inside and Outside Digital Sharing - 6 views

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    "This past Friday, my wife (@sfryer) and I facilitated a full-day, hands-on workshop about ways to use iPads in the classroom with students to "show what they know with media." 164 teachers participated in the workshop, which was held in two adjacent ballrooms of the Alumni Center at Kansas State University. The event, iCamp iPad Day, was hosted by the College of Education at Kansas State (@ksucollegeofed) and organized by Cyndi Danner Kuhn (@cyndidannerkuhn). The workshop included many elements of iPad Media Camp (@iPadMediaCamp), a 3 day workshop I've offered in the summertime the past four years. During the planning stages for "iCamp iPad Day," Shelly and I discussed the different sharing options we wanted to model for participants and encourage them to use. We decided to use the term "INSIDE SHARING" for the private sharing we'd do during the workshop using SeeSaw. We decided to use the term "OUTSIDE SHARING" for public sharing on Twitter using our #iCampKSU hashtag and other open websites. In this post, I'll explain why both inside and outside digital sharing are important, and how we can use these terms with students, teachers, parents and others to advocate for SHARING AS A MORAL IMPERATIVE (hat tip to Dean Shareski @shareski)."
John Evans

Here Is A Great App for Finding Educational Quotes to Use in Class ~ Educational Techno... - 6 views

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    "A few weeks ago, we shared with you a list of some amazing iPad apps to help you find inspirational quotes to use in class. Today, we learned that Quotes Folder, another excellent quotes app, is free for a limited period of time. Its regular price is $0,99. This deal is valid at least in the iTunes Stores here in Canada and the United States."
John Evans

Periscope: Connecting Classrooms to the World | Edutopia - 1 views

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    "In order to prepare students for effective learning in an increasingly global and digital society, educators are seeking innovative communication tools that inspire student curiosity through investigation and reflection. Periscope is a powerful new tool that is inspiring teachers and students to create content together and share their worlds in impactful ways."
John Evans

Seedling Comic Studio: Digital Storytelling App | Class Tech Tips - 2 views

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    "Seedling Comic Studio is an iPad app for making comic books.  By combining photographs with backgrounds and stickers, students can tell their own stories.  Graphic novels and comic books are fantastic ways to get students excited about reading.  If you're looking to keep students interested in the writing process, a comic book can be a great final project for a narrative, opinion, or informational piece of writing."
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