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We’ve got a pantload of new stuff for all our fabulous readers of the Edudemic Magazine. From a look at what’s making edtech tick behind the scenes to figuring out which device is actually the best one for your classroom and more.
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So you're drooling over a couple dozen iPads and think they'd be a great fit in your classroom? There's something you should consider that not many people are talking about.
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Is the iPad actually the choice for your classroom? Should you consider Google Chromebooks or perhaps the new Nexus 7 tablet? We lay it all out for you in the July issue of the Edudemic Magazine.
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You probably saw the title of this post and thought 'okay there's no friggin' way he's going to assemble a list of the best 50,000 education apps. But thanks to a partnership between Edudemic and FindTheBest, we've done just that. We've been working hard behind the scenes to build a robust directory of, as of this writing, about 56,000 education apps.
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Earlier this evening, Microsoft unveiled it's future. Quite simply, the tech giant is pinning it's hopes, dreams, and revenue to the tablet-friendly Windows 8 as well as a new brand of tablet. We've seen Windows 8 and it looks like an easy-to-use, fluid, and streamlined approach to operating systems. It's about time.
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It's just under one week to ISTE 2012. We're beyond excited and going to be trying to meet up with as many of you as possible. But this isn't just a simple handshake and smile. We'll be bringing along coupon codes to FREE subscriptions to the Edudemic iPad Magazine!
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At WWDC2012, Apple announced some significant revisions to their mobile operating system iOS. Here are 10 ways it got better.
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It's WWDC day (a developer conference hosted by Apple where they announce hardware and software) and a rumor is percolating up via Gizmodo that first-generation iPads may not get the latest operating system.
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Back in February, a local Swedish newspaper reported that the Stockholm suburb of Sollentuna planned to transition entirely away from textbooks to tablet PCs by 2013. In a familiar argument, Sollentuna ed leaders argued that their schools should embrace technology--that they were in, in fact, in the ‘backwater’ compared to others.
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Summer is nearly upon us. That means students and teachers alike will be out of the classroom. But there's a fact that you should remember: all those students and teachers will still be using their smartphones and tablets on a daily basis because, well, it's fun.
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Let's say you've decided to buy a single iPad or (lucky you) a classroom full of iPads... what kind of books should you be using? Should highly visual and interactive books be used? What about simple e-books that are just text? If you're a textbook author or someone who wants to use iBooks Author, then these questions are even more important.
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Edudemic Magazine is the single best source of progressive education coverage available anywhere--written for educators, by educators. Our May issue features more content than ever--including an updated "iPad Spect...
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Change of all kinds depends on key episodes of disruption--even those that aren't all roses at the time. In the May issue, we chose 21 of the most recent initiatives in education and ranked them according to their ability to change education in powerful and even unpredictable ways.
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It has been said that imagination is more important than knowledge, and for any experienced classroom teacher it is easy to see daily evidence of this.
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