There are so many apps available for teachers that it is difficult to summarize. We tried last month in our Appy Hour, but while sharing with teachers, we actually learned about additional apps that we are currently working on some training posts for. Listed below you will find a variety of apps and strategies you […]
Posts Tagged: Apps
Interested in polling your students during class? Want to raise student attentiveness in class? Would you like to give your students the opportunity to ask questions without interrupting your explanation, and then address them all at once? PingPong is a neat new app that will allow you to do all of that, and more. Check out […]
Last week we did a post on 5 Apps Every Teacher Should Have. The post was so well received that it inspired us to do another. However, before we get started, we would like to know how are you using Apps in your classroom? Feel free to share your ideas. Ok, so the basic instructional idea is […]
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 […]
Special thanks to Aysha Aslam for sharing this wonderful app with Circles of Innovation. According to Aysha, you can use this app to learn Spanish, French, German, Italian or Portuguese, and you can do it for FREE! The App is working to bring free language education for the world: https://www.duolingo.com/ Here’s how it works: Somebody who […]
I shared this with my group yesterday. It is a list of apps good for education published by NEA. Suggested Mobile Apps for the Secondary Classroom (click here to make a QR code) In-Service Larger list of 75 Teacher Only Name Description EduTecher A collection of technology-related resources for teachers in […]
I follow a blogger, librarian, consultant named Stephen Abrams who has a blogged named Stephen’s Lighthouse: Illuminating library industry trends, innovation and information. Many of his posts are items he’s currated from other websites. It’s a wonderful blog for anyone interested in the link between society and technology. This specific post I’d like to share […]
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Thank you Wendi Dew for sharing a neat website that allows teachers to search for various learning applications for smart devices based on Blooms Taxonomy. If you would like to learn more. Click on this link, or click on the image below.
Special Thanks to Al Groccia for sharing this with us from his trip to the innovations conference. Click on this link or the image below to see the full list http://citt.hccfl.edu/Files/AppsFromFaculty.pdf