Have you ever wanted to embed a video or a 3rd party interactive widget in your course? This lets students watch your video or use a 3rd party tool right in Canvas without having to open up a separate page. Embedding Videos There are actually 4 different ways to embed videos in Canvas. The simplest […]
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Special thanks to Elizabeth Faulcon for sharing her strategy for using Google Expeditions and Virtual Reality to enhance learning in her classroom.
Like Apple’s Facetime & Microsoft’s Lynk (Now called Skype for Business) Google Hangouts allow teachers and students to get together virtually, to chat, text, videoconference and more. Students can easily install Hangouts on their devices or run Hangouts right from inside of their web browsers. Since many students already have Youtube or Gmail accounts (Remember Google owns Youtube), […]
Have you ever wanted documents to personalized, but still be formatted the same way? For example, for the Active Learning Destination 2015 track, the goal was to have the mini-teach lesson plans all formatted in the same fashion, but with each unique teacher’s information/ideas/objectives/plans….following me? So what’s the solution? We used a great combo package […]
How many apps are there currently in the leading App Stores? 10*8*5*50 = No way to catch up or stay ahead using 20th century models of work. We need to do a better job of crowdsourcing. Who is this? Question: What is the more common name of the project with the code name “Gandolf”? Answer: Microsoft […]