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John Evans

Teachers Quick Guide to Blogging - 0 views

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    "This is basically a simple guide on how teachers can leverage blogging in their classroom teaching. This graphic is inspired by our popular post : " The Ultimate Guide to The Use of Blogs in Education " My aim behind this work is to provide you with some handy ideas and tips on how to use blogs with your students. For reasons of brevity I have mentioned only four blogging platforms, these four are among the most reputable in the educational circles, but of course there are several other platforms that you can use as well."
John Evans

Ed-tech best practices: November/December 2012 | eSchool News - 0 views

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    "How to make "bring your own device" programs work for your schools, and how to assess your students' reading skills without losing valuable instructional time to testing: These are among the best practices in educational technology use featured in the November/December 2012 edition of eSchool News."
John Evans

The Best Tips For Freeing Up Spare Memory On Your iPad - 0 views

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    "There's no disputing the fact that iPhones and iPads are very sought after devices, but the price of owning these gadgets can be very costly, especially when Apple charges over $600-$700 for 32GB and 64GB models. So many customers end up getting a 16GB iPad, but what do you do you when start running out of iPad memory space? Or another important question is, do you even need more than 16GB, especially in the era of cloud storage and syncing?"
John Evans

Integrate THAT Technology into YOUR Classroom « syded - 2 views

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    "The five ideas below are a suggested starting point if you are integrating new technology into your classroom. From a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) programme, to a class set of hardware, an internet enabled classroom has the potential to enhance learning alongside existing practice."
Scott Kinkoph

5 Essential Questions to Ask Before You Innovate in Your School | edSocialMedia - 8 views

  • Are you truly being innovative or just implementing technology to say you did it?
  • The innovation, in this case technology, must improve student learning.
  • Innovative technology must improve instruction.
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  • must become part of the fabric of instruction so that the teachers become more efficient and effective at how they motivate, engage and instruct students
  • What type of professional development for teachers, training for students and information sessions for parents must be implemented for the innovation to have a chance at being successful
  • Technology is changing by the minute and the pressure to be innovative accelerates the timeline for implementation. Be realistic, talk to other schools and districts about their process of implementing similar innovations, and learn from their successes and challenges
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    "ll the conversations about technology and education lead to 1:1, and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives. Each concept has its benefits and challenges, which creates a spirited debate among educators. Add to this debate the ever expanding list of educational apps, programs and services being developed for teachers, students, parents and administrators, and you begin to feel the urgency to innovate in your school. Before you take the plunge consider these five essential questions:"
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