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175+ Apps to Personalize Learning Applications (apps) are everywhere, whether used on a cellphone, tablet, or other device. I’ve compiled this list of over 175 free apps for education arranged by category. This list was shared with a packed room of educators at the annual Georgia Educational Technology Conference (#GAETC15) in November. I personally use many of these apps in …
Where does student preparation for jobs begin? In the classroom. It doesn’t take much money to make this a reality. I wrote a guest post for the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) Educators in Action blog that tackles this very question. http://bit.ly/1OrHcU2 Let me know your thoughts.
Podcasts are extremely popular today and more and more people are creating podcasts. Check out these resources for creating a podcast: Free Tools for Podcasting and More! What are your favorite resources for creating podcasts?
Classrooms can and should reflect business and industry no matter the subject you teach. An easy way to do this is to include elements from business and industry in your space. This can be done cheaply to keep budget in mind. Yes, it can still be a standards based classroom and satisfy administrators that visit …
I came across this amazing teacher resource on Twitter: The Padagogy Wheel … it’s a Bloomin’ Better Way to Teach. The pdf is linked to all types of apps and resources for the classroom. The wheel can be used at all grade levels. This site also provides a how to for using the wheel: http://www.unity.net.au/allansportfolio/edublog/?p=917