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The phone has ceased to be a contentious object and is now a ubiquitous one – just as it is in many student’s lives.
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The influx of technology into parenting and the day-to-day lives of children is too big to ignore.
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Androids and iPhones are just waiting to help you save time in your grading. There are a number of grading apps that can cut down the time it takes to grade in no time. Here's a quick list!
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I’ve never observed anything else that has had the impact on teacher personal learning like the introduction of the iPad.
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ThoughtBox is a new educational software provider who plans on making apps and games that encourage students to explore and even love math and science.
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It just plain makes sense that students who dig incorporating technology into their academic pursuits would likely make mobile computing via tablets and smartphones an integral life component.
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More than 500 learning professionals took part in voting for their favorite tools, apps, and learning resources. What follows is a useful guide for any teacher looking to learn about new resources, be reminded about some of the more popular, or perhaps just see what others are using in classrooms and online learning.
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For those of you who don't have a document scanner, CamScanner is a way to use your smartphone as a scanner. Since it is an app for your smartphone (available on Android and iOS), it's also a great way to have a scanner on the go which would be useful for field trips and other out-of-the-classroom adventures.
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Talking about where babies come from is not always the easiest task. Especially in a classroom filled with giggling students unable to sit still in their seats. Maybe that's just how I still react to talk about where babies come from, but I think / hope I'm not alone. In any case, a new iPad app called 'The Miracle of Life' takes an academic and scientific look at the human life cycle.
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Many readers of Edudemic are using Schoology and GoAnimate. I know because we've gotten plenty of comments and recommendations about these two great tools over the past few years. But as of today, they're now working together to make Schoology's learning management system even better.
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For those of us who don’t spend our lives on the internet it is easy to forget the significance of being dubbed the number one search engine in the world. But spending just a few moments poking around Google will quickly remind you of the vast resources the site has to offer.
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Parents have it tough. They're tasked with ensuring their children have the best nutrition, experiences, and education. There's basically a library of apps that can help you out with all three.
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Mobile learning is here to stay. Students and teachers alike can build entire libraries of apps and web tools that let them learn and do, well, anything. We've covered this just about every day and love finding new resources to share.
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Apps, smartphones, and tablets are storming into classrooms around the world. But how do you figure out which apps are being used by teachers, admins, students, and parents?
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This infographic shows just a few of the ways technology is being integrated into Science teaching. From Pinterest boards with Science related material, to the NASA HD and Earth Now apps, students and teachers are really taking advantage.
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I'll admit it. I'm a fan of Apple products. But that doesn't mean I don't yearn for some of the fabulous features on Android phones too. Until the day when Apple and Google merge (ha!), we're left with a split marketplace of apps.