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Elementary Technology Favorites by Grade Level

Tech Helpful

One of the things shared was the list of "tried and true" technology usage by grade level at our elementary school. You will immediately see that our teachers have access to iPads and many of their choices are iOS apps but often there are web versions and android apps for these as well.

How to Create a Class Brand (and much more!) with Tony Vincent – SULS011

Shake Up Learning

with Tony Vincent – SULS011 appeared first on Shake Up Learning. I’m excited for today’s conversation with one of my favorite edtech gurus! Tony Vincent , from Learning in Hand , shares many genius tips in this episode. If you’re ready to learn more, head to this link ! [44:50]

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Best EdTech of 2016

Graphite Blog

In 2016 the Common Sense Education editorial staff evaluated close to 170 apps, games, and websites for learning potential and classroom implementation. Price: $1.99; Platform: Android, iOS; Grades: Pre-K–3. Price: $7.99; Platform: iOS, Android; Grades: 1–4.

10 Google Classroom Tips You Didn’t Know – SULS029

Shake Up Learning

The post 10 Google Classroom Tips You Didn’t Know – SULS029 appeared first on Shake Up Learning. gsuiteedu #edtech #shakeuplearning. Did you know there are some features in Google Classroom that are ONLY available on mobile (iOS and Android)? Shake Up Learning 2019.

Best Learning Websites of 2015

Graphite Blog

Over the course of a year, we at Graphite look at a dizzying number of edtech tools. From tried-and-true resource websites to Web-based learning management systems, Chrome plugins, and everything between, these tools help you boost learning right from your browser. Here's our list of 2015's most wow-worthy websites and web-based edtech tools: A.D.A.M. From there, each unit closes with a design challenge where students can apply what they've learned.