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Archive for July, 2012

Jul 29

Trainer’s EDGE – MeritBadgeDotOrg tags: edge trainer boyscouts pedagogy What matters in teacher professional development? – Lee, MO, United States, ASCD EDge Blog post – A Professional Networking Community for Educators tags: teacher educators community networking ascd edge professionaldevelopment How to Burn OS X Mountain Lion to a DVD or USB Flash Drive tags: usb […]

Jul 24

See on Scoop.it – EDchat While watching Steve Dembe (@teach42) present at the Discovery Education Summer Institute (#DENSI2012) he showed several different cool tech tools.  One of the big “aha” moments came when he mentioned “Justand”.  Thus, off I went Googling the device.  I came across Tony Vincent’s blog post (featued here).  Tony introduces Justin […]

Jul 24

See on Scoop.it – EDchat I encourage everyone to explore Wes Fryer’s (@wfryer) wiki possessing presentation handouts, iOS tips/tricks, and various applications for Windows and Mac.    In reviewing this particular wiki page, one will find a list of YouTube education resources, videography options, as well as accessories to assist in creating audio files.  See […]

Jul 22

8 iPhone Photo Filter Apps For Better Pictures 8 iPhone Photo Filter Apps For Better Pictures http://t.co/BtKYxfPC via @Trapit tags: twitter Web Lab If you use Chrome you need to check out Web Lab http://t.co/pbisY3p6. 5 very cool experiments. #4thchat #elemchat #edchat tags: 4thchat elemchat edchat twitter What matters in teacher professional development? | SmartBlogs […]

Jul 17

See on Scoop.it – EDchat Are you developing your own classroom textbooks using an iPad app like “Book Creator” or even Apple’s own iBook Author?  If so, you may be interested in intergrating additional widgets to your project.  This site provides a collection of widget options allowing for interaction including videos from YouTube and Vimeo […]

Jul 17

See on Scoop.it – EDchat “Closed Captioning places written text at the bottom of video content, allowing for anyone to read along with the video rather than listen to the audio. This is an essential feature for certain accessibility purposes and for individuals who are hard of hearing, but it’s also just a useful feature […]

Jul 17

See on Scoop.it – EDchat These are apps that are very helpful for the LifePractice PBL environment, where students are using the tools of today to learn, share, and grow for tomorrow. See on www.livebinders.com

Jul 17

See on Scoop.it – EDchat With an iPad there’s not much you can’t do. You can take photos, write documents, and more so it makes sense that you might need to print something occasionally. See on inspirationfeed.com

Jul 16

See on Scoop.it – EDchat Scott Moore provides a wealth of insight to a variety of iPad apps once can use for reading.  Scott touches on Instapaper, Feedly, iAnnotate PDF, GoodReader, Zite, and other options.  He not only introduces them but explains how he uses them as well as possible usage by others.  See on […]

Jul 16

See on Scoop.it – EDchat Learning is rarely fun; it’s even less fun when being taught within the confines of a lecture hall or classroom. I like how the post shows screenshots, provides cost, and details regarding app functionality.  See on thenextweb.com

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