How strong is your social/emotional intelligence? Not sure? Feel free to test your skills at Lab in the Wild or at Berkley’s Body Language Quiz. Both of these tests are designed to test your ability to identify people’s affective states. The ability to read the emotions of others is an important skill for teachers. It allows us […]
Posts Categorized: Technology
Special thanks to James Coddington for sharing this find with us. It is called Ideaphora and it is designed to “enable students to engage with and assimilate online content in a way that’s seamless, effective and personalized.” I am trying to get access to the beta test of it now and will comment once I […]
It is official, 2015 was a milestone year. According to the ECAR study, smartphone ownership (92%) exceeded laptop ownership (91%) for the first time. If you would like to read more about the Technology Trends, Click Here or on the image below.
QR Codes (Quick Response Codes) allow smart device users to easily connect to the mobile Internet, and the Inigma QR code scanner is the fastest and most widely used QR code scanner on the market, simply point and connect. Use this with your students and connect them to anything you can share with them in […]
I get quite a few questions about Screen Capturing and Screen Casting. “How do I do it?” “Will the technique work on my phone?” “Can I do this on my tablet?” “Is it easy to teach students?” Simply put, both screen capturing and screencasting are easily and freely done on just about any device. If you […]
Today, Rob McCaffrey and I submitted our applications to the Planar Clear Concept Awards for a chance to win a Planar® LookThru™ OLED transparent display. If you haven’t seen one of these yet, you should take a look at the video below, or click here to read about the 9 Things You Need to Know about […]
NomadCast – the first ever mobile application to let you video stream LIVE to your Facebook Friends & Twitter followers Special thanks to John O’Keefe for sharing NomadCast with Circles of Innovation. According to John, “It is basically Periscope but better. The only drawback is that it requires an iPhone or iPad to stream. However, […]
Special thanks to James Coddington for taking some time to talk with the Circles team about how he is using a Lightboard to enhance learning.
Google Scholar is a powerful tool that can be set to search Valencia’s Research Databases. Google Scholar also has several useful features for faculty that are conducting literature reviews, pursuing publication, or working on an advanced degree. Students doing research papers can take advantage of Google Scholar as well. The video below will demonstrate how to […]
Are you looking for a FREE tool that will allow you to poll students/participants and let them ask questions and then social rank those questions in live time? Sli.do is an easy-to-use, device agnostic (works on any device), audience polling technology that is my current favorite for large and small audience interaction. Teachers can use it for […]