Author: By Özge Karaoglu June 18,2013
Author: By Michael Gorman June 18,2013
Today I would like you to meet with Quizpoo which is a very simple way to create online quizzes and share them with others.
Author: By Steven W. Anderson June 18,2013
Welcome to a new series that is must read for any educator wanting to facilitate web page evaluation by students.
Think about when you were in school. You write an essay. Who read it? Most likely the teacher and that is where it ended.
Author: By Dean Shareski June 17,2013
One of the first opportunities for integration is trying out the new Hangouts right within Gmail.
Author: By Harry G. Tuttle June 17,2013
As I work with schools interested in using social media they often talk about how they might use social media in a strategic way. My first reaction is you can’t.
Author: By Lisa Nielsen June 17,2013
Many schools are moving to “mobile learning” when, in fact, they really are moving toward using students using mobile devices.
Author: By Eric Sheninger June 17,2013
There are a couple services that may provide even more value to learners and like Google SMS they are free and easy to use.
Author: By Lisa Nielsen June 15,2013
It is not uncommon now for classes to be Skyping with students in other countries, using Twitter as a learning tool, constructing QR codes for artwork, blogging, or creating multimedia projects using a variety of interactive web tools that are blocked in many schools across the country.
Author: By Özge Karaoglu June 14,2013
It is important for educators to have a strong Linkedin profile not only as a model for their students, but also for families who want to find out a little more about their child’s teacher.
Now parents rightly worry that their accident-prone child is going to accidentally offload their smartphone or portable DVD player rather than just a pen or ruler as of yore.