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joe czalko

Apple - Education - Apps - 1 views

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    Apple Store Apps-Education!
joe czalko

101 Best Android Apps in Education - 2 views

    top 101 apps for education
Jonathan McClure

USA Presidents for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

    Flash Card App for the U.S. presidents
Jonathan McClure

myHomework for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

    This app with keep students organized.
Jonathan McClure

Education - App Store Downloads on iTunes - 0 views

    A whole list of a education apps.
Garth Holman

iPad Apps and Resources for Teachers - 3 views

    Huge list of Ipad apps by discipline.  Worth a look. 
Christen Cowley

New Podcast App - 0 views

    Link to info on the new podcasting app Apple just released
Felisha Jackson

CorkboardMe - Personal and collaborative sticky notes web-app | - 1 views

    A way to post notes for others 
    Sticky Notes App
Brittany Wentworth

Edmodo - Android Apps on Google Play - 0 views

Garth Holman

Animate Your Life | Tellagami - 0 views

    "Tellagami is a mobile app that lets you create and share a quick animated Gami video."
India Robertson

Ways to use Facebook effectively in class | ZDNet - 1 views

  • Here are ten ways to use Facebook in class:
  • Set up a dedicated Facebook group for your class A Facebook group can allow your students to create discussion boards, communicate with each other and their teacher, and can be linked with online projects & other classroom groups. Teachers can use these groups to send out mass messages, reminders, and potentially even post homework assignments.
  • Use Facebook Apps Facebook is more than a place to tag photos from last night’s not-so-clever encounter with tequila. It is now a platform that runs on mobile devices, and can be integrated with applications designed for learning. From news to learning a new language, there are many Apps that allow searches and sharing across the platform.
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  • Follow news feeds If your students are working on a project involving anything from current affairs to piracy, Facebook news feeds can be an alternative to Twitter in order to enrich a project with real-time opinion and commentary. Not only this, but you can sign up and join groups focusing on certain areas; such as student education, U.S. healthcare, or politics.
  • Practice foreign languages As a traveler and advocate of language learning, I found Facebook to be one of best resources in which to find ‘language buddies’ to practice your writing skills in a secondary language. There are groups that are dedicated to this — and you can get feedback on your attempts. It is also possible to find events and links to language-based resources.
    • Jay Martinez
      Cool. It is very helpful in this aspect.
  • Follow figures of interest This can be done on both Twitter and Facebook, especially since the Timeline roll-out and subscription service began. You do not have to be friends with the person you wish to follow — as long as they allow subscriptions to their profile, any public updates
  • Use the Facebook Timeline for class projects The Facebook Timeline feature may not be the site’s most popular update, but it can be used to create a project more interesting than a traditional Power Point presentation.
  • Use Facebook Questions and polls Why not upload a photo to your class Facebook group and ask your students to comment? There are cases of this feature being used as a way to ask questions or set a class task — such as identifying a species of animal or important figure. Polls can be also used for research, opinion, or to generate a later classroom discussion.
    ten ways to use in class
Katilin Johnson

Apps for Autism - 60 Minutes - CBS News - 1 views

    Autistic people whose condition prevents them from speaking are making breakthroughs with the help of tablet computers and special applications that allow them to communicate.
Anne Lackney

ArtLens | Cleveland Museum of Art - 0 views

  • Favorites (iPad) | You (iPhone) – Save favorite works of art and share through Facebook, Twitter, text and, email.  You can also create personalized tours which can be shared with other visitors.
  • Related Artworks –  Discover the hidden treasures in the collection from any object based on its collection, time period, and material, using the dynamic recommendation logic developed for the Collection Wall in Gallery One
    Art Lens- Cleveland Museum of Art's interactive app
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