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John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: Snap vs. Scratch - 2 views

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    "Yesterday, I shared a student-produced video from Next Vista for Learning. This morning I have a good example of a teacher-produced video found on Next Vista. In the following video Brian Ellis explains what the Snap programming language is, demonstrates how it works, and explains the differences between Snap and Scratch. Take a look at the video and think about how your students might make use of Snap's features."
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Kleinspiration: A Helpful Resource to Support Close Reading in the Classroom via Snap!L... - 1 views

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    "The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) describes close reading in light of the Common Core State Standards.  Close, analytic reading stresses engaging with a text of sufficient complexity directly and examining meaning thoroughly and methodically, encouraging students to read and reread deliberately.  Directing student attention on the text itself empowers students to understand the central ideas and key supporting details.  It also enables students to reflect on the meanings of individual words and sentences; the order in which sentences unfold; and the development of ideas over the course of the text, which ultimately leads students to arrive at an understanding of the text as a whole. (PARCC, 2011, p.7)"
John Evans

Snap Better Photos with Camera Plus | iPhone.AppStorm - 2 views

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    "Camera apps are among the most popular on the App Store. From social networks based upon photos to simple apps that make collages, all types of activities that are based on photos are active pieces of the market. Most of these apps rely upon Apple's own Camera app for the photo itself. This isn't surprising - the native Camera app is utterly fantastic in almost any condition, as Apple has taken its time to optimize in every possible way. Camera Plus - note the word "Plus," not the symbol - takes on Apple's solution, as well as all other competitors."
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