Tag: classroom tools
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There are thousands of options, but our friends at Education Dive have whittled down the best iPad accessories for classrooms anywhere.
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If you love charts and organizing information, listen up. Here's how you can create your own venn diagrams. How nifty!
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The environment is a hot topic - in the news, in politics, and in schools, especially in STEM. Since many aspects of environmental issues are practical, everyday things that even younger students can see, the topic lends itself well to a variety of teaching methods like Project Based Learning and Challenge Based Learning.
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Schools and colleges all over the country have taken note of tablets’ potential for enhancing the educational experience and many have begun to provide them for students. If your school has stiffed you but you still want a tablet, here’s a snapshot of what the market looks like right now for academic users.
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Teachers are presenters. Let's be frank. They get up in front of a room of people and present. They then encourage the students to work together and continue the presentation through other methods. in other words, tea...
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The Kindle is one of the most popular devices on the market, especially in education. We talk about apps available for the Kindle and other devices on a regular basis, but it's important to remember that the Kindle is...
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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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I'm not going to argue the whole netbook vs. laptop vs. tablet debate, because that's a whole other can of worms. So let's assume that you (or the Powers That Be) have decided that netbooks are what you're serving in class from now on. What makes this one interesting?
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You don't often think of fraternities and sororities as being the target market for most teacher tools. But a startup called Groopt may have a place in your classroom quite soon.