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17 Days Remaining: How do your students study?

17 Days Remaining: How do your students study?

This summer at ISTE I had the opportunity to consult with the creators of the flash card program, Study Blue. The company was getting ready to launch a new look to their product and wanted some teacher feedback. Study Blue can be used as an app or an online activity. The basic concept is that

Appy Hour at the iCafe with the TX DEN

Come Join the TX DEN for our first Tweet Chat Appy Hour on Twitter ~ Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 at 6pm CST with hashtag #appyhour. During this fun hour of learning, the TX DEN will lead discussions on using Apps effectively throughout the content areas in k-12 education. While its important to know the best

(Apple + Android)*Socrative = Mobile Mondays!

I have experimented with polleverywhere in my classroom, but the concern of off task texting and excluding students without devices became a philosophical burdon.  I have also taken advantage of  “Flashcardlet,” an iPad app which can interface with my on-line Quizlet question bank, but again I only have 9 iPads in my room; Flashcardlet is student driven and

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