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John Evans

Hidden iPad Features to Help Students with Learning Difficulties | Educational Technolo... - 1 views

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    "The value of technology, as Apple Education states, is in its empowering character, when individuals use it to extend their physical and cognitive limitations and transform their learning. Technology opens a world of limitless learning possibilities for persons with learning difficulties and in today's post we are featuring some of the important features embedded in iPad that can help complement learners' vision, hearing, motor skills, and literacy. To access these assistive features head over to your iPad home screen and click on settings icon, next click on General and select Accessibility and then turn on the features you are interested in. Some of the assistive features as lied out in Apple's guide include:"
John Evans

5 great Wakelet features you might not know about - Wakelet Blog - 1 views

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    "Wakelet is constantly coming up with new features that enhance the user experience. While I could easily share 15 or 20 Wakelet features that I love, for this blog, I was asked to share five features that you might not already know about (don't say anything, but I did manage to sneak in a 6th - shh!)"
John Evans

Introducing Scratch 3.0: Expanding the Creative Possibilities of Coding - 1 views

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    "Over the past decade, millions of kids around the world have used Scratch to code their own interactive games, stories, animations, and more. This outpouring of creativity inspires us to continue to extend and improve Scratch, so that kids everywhere have new opportunities to express themselves creatively with new technologies. Today, we're launching Scratch 3.0, a new generation of Scratch that expands how, what, and where kids can create with code. As we've tested prototypes of Scratch 3.0, we've been amazed by the projects that kids have made - like a hedgehog that speaks French, a hippopotamus that dances to hip-hop, and a soccer game you control with your shoe."
Phil Taylor

Copyright for Educators - 0 views

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    This presentation by @wfryer is still one of the best on the topic of copyright for schools. Copyright for Educators https://t.co/WF93kSsuna
John Evans

28 Hidden iOS 11 Tips You Need to Know | PCMag.com - 1 views

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    "If you've stuck with iOS through the years, you know that each new iteration brings a slew of incredible new features."
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