Smartphone Photography Tips and Apps
DECEMBER 8, 2015
Smartphones are everywhere. Teachers are starting to use smartphones for photography, video and art. Meri Walker, the iPhone Art Girl, gives us the essential smartphone photography tips and smartphone photography apps that we need. As we listened to the show, Sylvia Duckworth and I made a list of the best smartphone photography apps for this graphic. We have them.
Why schools shouldn't ban smartphones
Learning with 'e's
SEPTEMBER 9, 2015
Many teachers are left wondering whether personal technologies such as smartphones actually have a place in education and what risks and threats accompany them. As for smartphones, some claim there is no scientific evidence that technology has improved learning in schools, and I took part in a public debate almost a decade ago where this question was raised. Sound familiar?
Option 3: Actually USE the smartphones
MAY 18, 2015
The accepted dichotomy in this study and the media seems to be 1) doing low-level knowledge work while smartphones are banned, or 2) doing low-level knowledge work while smartphones are present (and, presumably, distracting). Lots, so admit that if you’d had access to a smartphone or your friends on Facebook back then, you would have turned that way too. Related Posts.
How Do We Teach Kids to Use Smartphones Safely?
NOVEMBER 29, 2016
Most students use smartphones with unfiltered access to the Internet. Schools and parents need to get smart about how they talk to kids about smartphones. In today’s show, we talk with digital citizenship pioneer, Dr. Mike Ribble, about a cutting-edge issue: student smartphone use. The post How Do We Teach Kids to Use Smartphones Safely? Learn More About Bloomz.
Will giving greater student access to smartphones improve learning?
The Hechinger Report
APRIL 26, 2016
Students Adonis Scott (left), and Donavin Haugen (right) use their smartphones to sign up for an online review quiz. I have guidelines for cellphone and smartphone use, but it’s a constant struggle to keep kids engaged in lessons and off their phones. On the other hand, just how and even if smartphones might help students learn remains a troubling question. LOUISVILLE, Ky.
Remotely Control Your Google Drive Presentations Using Your Smartphone
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
APRIL 15, 2015
April, 2015 Presentation Remote is a Chrome app that allows you to use your smartphone to remotely control your presentations on Google Drive, Prezi, Scribd, Slideshare and Dropbox. Of course, to be.read more. google docs
Make a 3D Hologram With a Smartphone or Tablet – Pretty Awesome!
OCTOBER 29, 2015
Free Tools & Resources iPads and Other Tablet Devices iPhones and Smartphones Project Based Learning _ Miscellaneous Tools and Topics 3d hologram phone project students classroom project smartphone hologram fun science math art project phone 3d projectionThis can be a Great Project for Science, Math, Art, Technology Classes and More This is just so much fun. One of my son’s made one of these a while back and I’ve been meaning to share it. Please click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].
Permanently Disrupting Education. With Smartphones.
TeachThought - Learn better.
MARCH 8, 2015
With Smartphones. Modern smartphones have the chance to change all of this. Through smartphone implantation, power, pace, and patterns are decentralized, from institutions and educators to individual learners. While iPads are much ballyhooed for their planet-in-your-lap potential, smartphones have the majority of the same potential, but with far increased mobility.
ALMA SOLVES PROBLEMS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU HAD (Like Smartphones and Tablets Did)
JUNE 8, 2015
You may have seen my friend, Eric Sheninger's recent post, "Finally, an SIS Worth Switching For". Eric and I are both on Alma's Advisory Board and like him, I'm excited about this platform. As an SIS, it's the best-in-class. Schedule a demo and you'll see how much thought and attention went into designing the interface. But let's be honest—the way an app looks doesn't always
Smartphones in the classroom: friend or foe?
AUGUST 9, 2016
But with today’s smartphones, can this still be the case? In the pre-smartphone era, when traditional mobile phones – or “dumb phones”, how I like to call them – ruled the world, students simply couldn’t use their phones for learning. As a teacher, you could try to ban the use of smartphones in your classroom, but don’t hope for the most popular teacher award in your school.
Do smartphones make for smart students? That depends
JULY 29, 2015
Next page: How students and smartphones mix. How are students using mobile devices for educational purposes? Googling, tweeting and texting are an integral part of Professor Andres Caiaffa’s classroom’s culture. “As As our student population changes, we need to change with them,” said Caiaffa, who teaches at Miami Dade College’s Benjamin Leon School of Nursing. Caiaffa is not alone.
Students' Tablet, Smartphone Usage Climbs, With Strong Appetite for Apps
SEPTEMBER 24, 2015
Seventy-eight percent of elementary school students say they regularly use a tablet, up from 66 percent a year ago, according a survey released by Pearson and conducted by the Harris Poll. Apps Chromebooks Ed-tech Gaming Innovation Online Learning mobile devices edtech mobiledevices poll tablets
More Smartphones Than Usual: How To Deal with Teens and Phones After Winter Break
JANUARY 18, 2016
While parents are rejoicing that kids are back in school, and they survived winter break, teachers and administrators might be noticing more students with smartphones. As children get back into the routine of classes, now’s the ideal time to address all those smartphones that were given as gifts for the holidays. Preparing Students For Smartphone Ownership.
4 Reasons You Need a Mobile Reading App on Your Smartphone
NOVEMBER 27, 2015
These apps are available on many devices, including smartphones. Here are four reasons why you should download a reading app on your smartphone. If you are reading a book on your tablet through an app and have the same app on your smartphone, you can stop reading on your tablet and pick up where you left off through your smartphone. Synced With Your Devices.
The reason I am replacing my iPhone with an Android smartphone
Reading By Example
JUNE 5, 2015
Integration Technology Android Google iPhone smartphoneGoogle, of course. photo credit: iPhone 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus vs iPhone 5S via photopin (license). Don’t get me wrong. I really like the iPhone. Last year I upgraded from the 4S to the 5S, and I was seriously considering purchasing an iPhone 6. The plethora of apps that allow you to create and share original content is impressive.
Americans using technology: smartphones and city kids versus old folks in the country
OCTOBER 30, 2015
Cellphone and smartphones are the stars, as ownership keeps on rising to something close to ubiquity. “Roughly nine-in-ten American adults (92%) own a mobile phone of some kind.” For example, on game players and age, a very sharp divide: Or consider smartphones, where the differences by age, education, rural/urban, and class really shine: What does this tell us in education?
Three Reasons to Use Smartphones in the Classroom
Where Learning Clicks
MAY 6, 2015
While schools debate whether or not using smartphones in the classroom is beneficial, students are already using them […]. The post Three Reasons to Use Smartphones in the Classroom appeared first on Where Learning Clicks. Inside the Classroom EdTech mobile technology smartphone technology in the classroomMobile devices are here to stay.
Using Parental Controls To Manage Smartphone Distractions
TeachThought - Learn better.
NOVEMBER 1, 2016
The post Using Parental Controls To Manage Smartphone Distractions appeared first on TeachThought. Author information. Terry Heick. Director at TeachThought. Founder & Director of TeachThought, humanist, technologist, futurist, failed philosopher, macro thinker extraordinaire. Twitter | Facebook | Google+ |. Technology General
Physics App Harnesses Power of Smartphones
MARCH 6, 2017
Bring physics to life using lab sensors built right into your smartphone. Techlearning Resources App of the Day
App of the Week: Science sensor meets your smartphone
NOVEMBER 13, 2016
It is a small, wireless sensor that pairs with smartphones or tablets to gather data such as acceleration, pressure, magnetic field, and temperature. Click here to read the full app review. The PocketLab. What’s It Like? . PocketLab is the latest in a series of efforts to make sensors affordable for classroom use. Price : Free, paid. Grades : 6-12. Rating : 5/5.
Smartphones Meet Adult Education
FEBRUARY 24, 2017
The post Smartphones Meet Adult Education appeared first on Digital Promise. Mobile technologies allow adult learners to study anytime, anywhere, extending their learning far beyond classroom hours. According to Pew Research Center , 92 percent of American adults own cell phones, and they are embracing their phones as learning tools. Adult Learning Blog Developers Educators Stories
Letting Students Use Mobile Devices for Learning Limits Distraction
MARCH 2, 2017
By Meghan Bogardus Cortez Are smartphone confiscation policies out? Bring Your Own Device Mobile Device Management Mobility SmartphonesWe’ve gathered some best practices from today’s educators.
Must-Have iPad and Smartphone Apps for Educators: Revised Edition
The 21st Century Principal
AUGUST 3, 2011
Next week, I will be presenting to a group of educators in my district on the subject of "Must-Have iPad and Smartphone Apps." Must-Have iPad and Smartphone Apps Presentation. administrators educators iPad apps smartphone apps technology leadership I did a blog post a short time ago, and that list hasn''t change much, but there have been a few additions and deletions, mostly due to suggestions of those in my Personal Learning Network. Below is my current list of must have iPad apps that I will be sharing next week. Keep in mind I have not included content specific apps.
The principalship: 6 ways smartphones have changed the landscape
The Innovative Educator
NOVEMBER 6, 2013
While many technological innovations have undoubtedly transformed the position in a relatively short period of time, perhaps there is none greater than the advent of the Smartphone. Guest post by John Falino. Cross posted at ON PRINCIPAL As noted in the “ The Principalship: What’s Most Important? ” (Post: 9/13), the nature of the Principalship has changed dramatically in a very short period of time. In fact, a whole new skill set is now required for Principals as the position has quickly become a 24/7 endeavor. There is no such thing as an “off” switch. Here’s why… I want more ».
How to Find the Parent-Teacher Communication App Your Classroom Needs
JANUARY 10, 2017
Administrative Solutions Free Tools & Resources iPhones and Smartphones Mobile Learning Resources best parent communication classroom tool best tool to communicate with parents selecting the best parent teacher communication appJessica Meacham built a robust worksheet and did a lot of research to find the parent-teacher app that best fit her requirements.
Office Lens: New Smartphone Scanner App That Works with MS Word and PowerPoint
The 21st Century Principal
APRIL 6, 2015
Office Lens is a new scanner app for your iOS device or Android device that turns your smartphone into a pocket scanner. You can turn your pictures of notes on a whiteboard or handwritten notes on a piece of paper into notes that can be edited in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint. You can also export into PDF or JPEG formats as well. This is an app that has excellent potential for students.
Why Texting Should Be Part of Teaching
MARCH 30, 2015
Mobility Smartphones By Scott Hamm Research into texting between teachers and students shows that it can drive engagement and deliver results.
Exploring How Educators are Using Snapchat for Teaching and Learning
AUGUST 31, 2016
Free Tools & Resources iPhones and Smartphones Mobile Learning Resources Social Media & Social Learning snapchat edtech snapchat for teaching snapchat in classroom snapchat in college courses snapchat in schoolsPlease click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].
Translate Text on the Fly Using Your Phone and the Google Translate App. Brilliant!
AUGUST 23, 2015
Image Source The Visual Translation Function Built Into Google Translate is Some #AwesomeTech Note to my regular readers: As you know, normally on Sunday I post a “Tweet Wrap” sharing. Please click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].
100’s of Android App Recommendations for Teaching and Learning
APRIL 13, 2015
We’ve combed and curated the Web to find collections of the best apps for students and for teaching and learning, specifically for Android-based tablets and smartphones. iPads and Other Tablet Devices iPhones and Smartphones Mobile Learning Resources best android applications for education classroom teaching best android smartphone apps for students teachers best student apps for android platform tablets samsung galaxy apps for education teaching learning Following are hundreds. Please click on the post title to continue reading the full post.
CamScanner - great app to scan paper docs using smartphone camera
Educational Technology Guy
SEPTEMBER 20, 2012
This app turns your smartphone into a scanner and document processor. CamScanner is a great app that I use quite often. The app is available for iOS and Android and the free version is very useful. The paid version, $4.99 on both platforms, adds some useful features, like uploading directly to Evernote. You get a 7 day trial of the paid version free, and can get an additional 60 day trial by sharing it on social networks. The app allows you to take a picture of a paper document, crop/clear background/improve quality, and then save it as a PDF file. Give it a try.
Digital Content Drives Learning, So Long As Schools Are Prepared
MAY 3, 2016
Classroom Curriculum Digital Content Hardware Mobility Notebooks Smartphones TabletsBy Amy Brown When schools put time and effort into device selection, professional development and infrastructure management, students can experience the full benefits of digital textbooks.
7 Fun and Creative Apps and Websites That Teach Kids to Code
JULY 5, 2016
Free Tools & Resources iPads and Other Tablet Devices iPhones and Smartphones Making the case for Education Technologies Teaching Kids to CodeThese iOS and Web Apps are Visually Oriented and Kid-Friendly and Help to Build Critical Logic and Problem Solving Skills Computer coding is becoming an increasingly popular activity for. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].
9 Amazing Augmented Reality Apps for Teaching and Learning
NOVEMBER 5, 2015
Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality Free Tools & Resources Future of Education Technology iPads and Other Tablet Devices iPhones and Smartphones augmented reality apps for elementary grades augmented reality apps for high school augmented reality apps for higher education augmented reality apps for middle school augmented reality apps for teachingEducators.
Q&A with Paperless Classroom Innovator Kerry Gallagher
JANUARY 4, 2016
Classroom Digital Content Internet Mobility Networking Smartphones WirelessBy Tara E. Buck Digital specialist looks for ways to use the Internet beyond looking up facts and figures.
Mobile is Changing Everything, and Education is no Exception
NOVEMBER 4, 2015
Adaptive Learning Technologies Future of Education Technology iPads and Other Tablet Devices iPhones and Smartphones Making the case for Education Technologies Mobile Learning Resources mobile learning apps multi modal learning smart phone appsPlease click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].
5 Steps to Get Started With Google Cardboard VR Viewer in Your Classroom
MARCH 8, 2016
Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality Free Tools & Resources iPhones and Smartphones Mobile Learning Resources cardboard vr for teaching google classroom cardboard how to get started with google cardboard vr classroom using google cardboard in the classroom virtual reality cardboard appPlease click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].