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What Can You Invent? Exploring the Makey Makey in Grade 7 & 8 - 0 views

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    "Today the buses were not running due to the early morning snow. As such we had about 40% in attendance between our four intermediate classes so we decided to conduct an impromptu maker fair.

    Here are some of our inventions. If you have any questions, please ask!"
John Evans

Exploring Auditory Learning Opportunities with audioBoom - 0 views

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    "Our brains absorb information in many, many different ways, where each of our senses offer a different interface to process information. In classrooms, this may be through text, video, interaction or any number of different mediums, but one channel that is often disregarded is audio. AudioBoom (formerly audioBoo) is a super simple tool that puts the focus back on the sense of sound by allowing students and teachers to record, playback, share and search audio online, providing a unique and in many cases more appropriate medium for learning."
John Evans

Exploring YouTube EDU for a Wealth of Free Lesson Material - 4 views

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    "Over the years, YouTube has slowly evolved from being a classroom novelty to becoming a classroom staple for many educators. Whether you are looking to YouTube for quick and easy explanations, engaging animations or just relevant class material, there is no better place to start than YouTube's official 'Education' channel."
John Evans

15 Apps for Exploring the World (Virtual Field Trips) | Class Tech Tips - 4 views

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    "One of the fantastic parts about using mobile devices in your classroom is giving students the ability to explore locations that might be difficult for a field trip.  Children can access informational text, images and videos to learn about new places and inspire them to think beyond the walls of their school building."
John Evans

iPads in Primary Education: Exploring Virtual Cities with Recce: A platform for transfo... - 3 views

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    "The power of the iPad is especially valuable in the classroom as a tool for producing high quality creative output, enabling pupil independence, supporting collaboration and providing a classroom tool which can transform teaching and learning completely. The free app RECCE is a virtual mapping facility which can be used as a powerful starting point for many pupil projects in a range of subject areas."
John Evans

sigilt - Exploring the Use of iPads in the High School Science Classroom - 0 views

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