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Ginger Lewman

100 Apps for Tech-Savvy Teachers - 20 views

  • 100 Apps for Tech–Savvy Teachers Teachers have one of the most difficult jobs out there. As an educator, you have to manage a classroom of boisterous students, organize heaps of data, stay up–to–date with current events and plan lessons day in and day out. In today’s technologically linked world, the ability to use web applications is at your advantage as an educator, and we are here to tell you the best tools to use. Here is a collection of 100 web and iPhone applications that make the grade for tech–savvy Teachers:
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    100 Apps for Tech-Savvy Teachers Teachers have one of the most difficult jobs out there. As an educator, you have to manage a classroom of boisterous students, organize heaps of data, stay up-to-date with current events and plan lessons day in and day out. In today's technologically linked world, the ability to use web applications is at your advantage as an educator, and we are here to tell you the best tools to use. Here is a collection of 100 web and iPhone applications that make the grade for tech-savvy Teachers:
John Evans

I Know My Way Around an iPad - Teachers with Apps - 6 views

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    "Seriously, I know my way around an iPad and have a passion for finding great apps that promote deeper learning but I'm afraid of how this iPad deployment is going to pan out stateside & worldwide. What about all the wonderful teachers that just aren't there yet, as far as mobile teacher is concerned? What about others that are scared of change… any kind of change?! If I'm scared, what are they feeling? How will it be for brand new teachers, entering the field in this wake of change?"
John Evans

Developing A Student iPad Leadership In Your School « EdApps.ca - 13 views

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    "Every teacher seems to fully acknowledge how quickly and comfortably the average student adopts new teacher. The truth is, students learn how to have fun on an iPad pretty quickly, but they don't always learn how to trouble shoot, be safe, and learn effectively right off the bat. Having a team of students that are well trained in iPad support can help build leadership amongst your students, and will help alleviate the stress on both students and teachers as they learn to adopt this new teacher."
John Evans

Free Technology for Technologys: Nearpod Introduces New Options for Delivering Lessons on iPads - 5 views

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    "Nearpod is a service for delivering lessons, quizzes, and polls to students through iPads. I reviewed Nearpod when it launched to the public in May. This week Nearpod introduced some convenient updates to their offerings. One of the the new features that I like is Web Share which lets teachers share websites with students in a safe browser environment. Another option that I like is a PIN system that allows students to access content that teachers share with them before a class meeting."
Dwayne Abrahams

15 Examples Of New Technology In Education - 30 views

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    What latest gadgets and gizmos are going to change your classroom in 2013? It's hard to know exactly what will catch on and what won't, but the following list showcases some of the emerging new technologies, software, and platforms available. With their innovation and practicality, many of these are poised to enter the classroom and change the way students and teachers learn permanently.
John Evans

iPads for education? | Teacher's Monthly - 3 views

  • Elkanah have a set of iPads that roam around from class to class. Both schools found it important for the teachers to be acquainted with the teacher before the learners began using it in school. Elkanah provided teachers with iPads six months before implementing the system with learners. Stadler found that this approach worked best and that hands-on staff training was very important. Elkanah selected their Grade 6 teachers, being the most teacher-enthused group in the school, to take part in the iPad project. “Sharing ideas and collaborating amongst each other while using the device as a personal device first, before taking it to the classroom, was a key to success,” said Stadle
John Evans

Technology, Technologys & Our Kids' Future: Why Funding Training Matters More Than Buying Tablets | The Digital Media Diet - 3 views

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    "There is one fundamental way we can support our schools that I find is often missing from the equation when we debate funding priorities, and that is supporting teachers through training. "
John Evans

Free Technology for Technologys: Study Hall - Mobile Social Learning on an iPad - 4 views

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    "Study Hall is a new website and iOS app for sharing and studying with friends. Even though the service is still in a beta phase it seems promising. The basic idea behind Study Hall is to enable teachers and students to upload content to a common place and access it through an iPad, an iPhone, or an iPod Touch. "
John Evans

Tony Vincent's Learning in Hand - Blog - Project-Based Learning & iPads at St. Stephen's - 10 views

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    "An iPad is a toolbox that gets filled with tools such as apps, is a portal to communication and collaboration with others, and when guided by teachers who have been appropriately trained, students become truly engaged and motivated critical thinkers. Working with Tony Vincent and our teacher Team, our teachers will receive the professional development and support to successfully carry out our goals."
John Evans

Free Technology for Technologys: A Nice Primer on Google Apps for the iPad - 12 views

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    "Google Apps for the iPad is a small site built by Google Certified Teacher Jill Galloway. The site addresses a lot of common questions about using Google Apps on iPads. Additionally, you will find some helpful tips for first time users of Google Apps on iPads. If you're just getting started using an iPad, Google Apps for iPad is a good reference to look at."
John Evans

5 iPad Apps Every Teacher Should Have - HOME - Edgalaxy: Where Education and Teacher Meet. - 12 views

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    "Just to wrap up our week of apps for teachers here are some favourites that will make your iPad a little more productive in the classroom. Enjoy"
John Evans

Unlocking Literacy with iPad - 5 views

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    "As a veteran English teacher in the Euclid City Schools, and someone who sees great value in integrating teacher, I wanted to contribute to the ongoing dialog regarding tablet computing, specifically, the iPad, and its impact on student literacy and students' self perception of their own literacy. You can find an article detailing my teacher research below as well a short video I produced for this project and to share at the "
John Evans

iPads at Burley: Back to the Beginning - 6 views

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    "Even though it's October it still feels very much like the beginning of the year. One of the first thoughts that many teachers have about their students is "they look so little!" It's true. Those tall confident students that left us have gone on to be "little" to next year's teacher and we have our own new crop of "little" people to educate. This becomes even more pronounced in a teacher classroom. Everything takes longer, typing, starting, opening, finding, searching. Whatever it is they need time to figure it out. Patience is key. So what can we do?"
John Evans

7 Good iPad Apps for English Learners ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 13 views

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    "If you are teacher or professor, you probably are familiar with some type of mobile teacher. While an iPhone or iPad isn't likely to replace a laptop for composing lengthy dissertations or research projects, they may be useful for your students when it comes to supplementing education. What are some apps that could be helpful for English majors? Here are 7 . . ."
John Evans

Apple Reminds Teachers And IT Pros About Free Web iPad-In-Education Webcast Series | Cult of Mac - 7 views

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    "With the end of the school year, Apple is taking the opportunity to remind schools and educators about a free professional development program that it's offering. Called the Tune In Series, the program is a series of webcast events covering the iPad and many of the technologies that Apple introduced during its education event in January. The series is running every week through the end of August."
John Evans

Teachers iPad Screen Sharing Apps - 8 views

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    "Screen sharing is not only limited to desktops and laptops for now with the advance of mobile technology there emerged some great apps that allow users to do the same on their smartphones and tablets. If we take iPad as an example, there are a variety of such apps in itunes market some are free and others are pro."
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