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Archive for August, 2012

Aug 29

See on Scoop.it – EDchat As many of you have already determined, I am a fanatic for infographics and visual learning.  Well, not to let you down, I am sharing this infographic regarding teaching with iPads via @Adam Foster on Scoop.it     Looking through the graphic, it includeds information about a variety of different […]

Aug 29

See on Scoop.it – EDchat Thanks to Stephanie Sandifer for sharing this posting of 30+ resource guides/tutorials for teachers.  Here are just a few of the items in the list: 5 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of iPad in Education 6 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Personal Learning Networks in Education 7 […]

Aug 28

See on Scoop.it – EDchat Photo Pin is a free tool that helps bloggers and designers find beautiful photos for blogs and websites using Creative Commons licensing. Download the photos and get attribution links already formatted for you. See on photopin.com

Aug 28

See on Scoop.it – EDchat By not emphasizing just the NOUNS but rather the VERBS, the iPad can begin to be a more powerful transformational learning tool. See on www.slideshare.net

Aug 27

See on Scoop.it – EDchat In this post by Karen Nemeth, Ed. M. of ECEtech.net, she provides some insight to what folks need to consider when looking to develop a rubric for evaluating apps.  In this case, Karen is focusing on preschool bilingual apps.  Honestly, I feel that many of these questions could be used […]

Aug 27

See on Scoop.it – EDchat “Speech Journal is designed to allow parents and speech pathologists the ability to create customized versions of any targeted speech-language activity. Uses for Speech Journal include: picture sequencing, multi-step picture schedules, multi-step directions, articulation, expressive language exercises, building narratives, individualized social stories, practice conversations. Speech Journal can also be used […]

Aug 26

Projects By Jen — Projects @dmantz7 http://t.co/GpK3BPHK 3rd project down tags: twitter What’s the Difference Between Games and Gamification? | MindShift What’s the Difference Between Games and Gamification? EXCELLENT ARTICLE by @FrankCatalano two thumbs up http://t.co/EZc4OjEU #gbl tags: gbl twitter Weekly iPad Resources & Suggestions from EdTechTeacher and Greg’s App Backpack (7/31-8/6) | Leading Change […]

Aug 21

See on Scoop.it – EDchat Edudemic has written a resourceful post providing 5 items to keep in mind when establishing classroom set of iPads.  The post will clarify how many devices can be attached to a single ID, storage ideas, how to recover a lost device, some app recommendations, as well as some simple “Getting […]

Aug 20

See on Scoop.it – EDchat “Visual recording is what it sounds like it’d be. As opposed to recording audio, visual recording captures visuals, though not necessarily in photographic form. The process of visually capturing ideas with the iPad isn’t terribly complex in concept. If you can think of concept-mapping, you’ve halfway there.” See on www.teachthought.com

Aug 20

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