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iPads and Other Tablet Devices

The Power of Digital Storytelling With Kathy Schrock (plus a Zillion Resources!)

November 23, 2014

Keynote Inspires Teachers to Leverage Storytelling to Create Engaging Lessons That Stimulate Learning “A story can put your whole brain to work. And yet, it gets better …” – The Science of Storytelling It was my great pleasure to meet the amazing Kathy Schrock this week, and to experience her wonderful keynote presentation, “Telling the Story: […]

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APP ED REVIEW Roundup for November 2014 – Presentation Tools

November 11, 2014

Student Presentations are a Fun, Powerful Active Learning Tool Looking to spice up how your students present their work to their peers and you? After a review of apps, we have some app suggestions for you and your students! SlideIdea, Haiku Deck, Livestream, and Prezi each have a unique method for presenting information that your […]

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What’s Next for the Tablet Niche in Education (Since the iPad Made it Matter)?

October 30, 2014

There are More Contenders to the Tablet Throne Available Every Day Classroom technology has changed tremendously over the past 20 years. While many schools used to offer a separate “computer lab” on campus, stocked with clunky Apple computers that played Oregon Trail, administrators have put the power in students’ hands — literally — by bringing […]

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Technology for the Core – Apps and Tools for the Literacy Curriculum Viewing Strand

October 28, 2014

A Wealth of Web and iPad apps to help with Teaching the Common Core Literacy Strands Dr. Melissa Comer and Dr. Leslie Suters are faculty members in the College of Education’s Curriculum & Instruction Department at Tennessee Tech University. They will be co-presenting the session “Common Core Literacy Integration with App Flows” at the 2014 […]

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8 Positive Findings from 4 Year 1:1 iPad Initiative

October 26, 2014

Student Use and Behavior Analysis Shows Positive Results from Methodical 1:1 iPad Program Implementation The Franklin Academy High School in North Carolina initiated a 1:1 iPad program at the beginning of the 2010-2011 school year. Over the course of the following two years, the pilot was expanded to include all grades (9-12) in the high […]

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You Can Be in Five Places at Once – Differentiation Made Easy

October 21, 2014

Creating a Modified Flipped Classroom with Short Recordings Kelly Del Gatto received her B.S. in Elementary Education in 2010 and just completed her Masters of Education in Educational Technology in March 2014. She will be presenting the session, “How to teach in 5 places at once using an iPad, Educreation, and Edmodo” at the Teaching […]

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3 Minute Teaching With Tech Tutorial – Socrative (Student Response System)

October 19, 2014

Check out how Easy This Popular Free Tool is for Gathering Student Feedback During Class or Giving ‘Live’ Quizzes Socrative is a powerful yet simple Student Response System that lets students respond to ‘quick questions’ or full quizzes using smart phones, tablets, or computers. Teachers love it – its very popular. Check out the newest […]

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October APP ED REVIEW Roundup – Apps for Teaching Art and Art History

October 14, 2014

Go Ahead and Get Artsy With These Fun iPad Apps! Do you want to bring more technology into your art classroom? App Ed Review has made the process easier for you by vetting art apps and brainstorming ways to incorporate them into your instruction. Your students will be able to experience and create art in […]

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Top 5 Reasons to Attend the 2014 Teaching & Learning with the iPad Conference

October 7, 2014

Come Join us in November for the Premier iPad Education Conference! The 2014 TLIPAD Conference is next month. The TLIPAD conference was the first all-iPad educators conference, started back in 2012, and it remain the best! This year’s conference is the first to include pre-conference workshops. It looks like we’re going to have record participation […]

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iPad Workflow in the Elementary Classroom – 6 Techniques and Tips

October 2, 2014

Kellie Chaney teaches Spanish and Technology at Franklin Academy where she manages an iPad cart in her classroom and assists teachers in utilizing two shared carts. Prior to teaching K-2, Kellie taught high school Spanish and English as a Second Language for several years where she was able to use a class set of iPod […]

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