Seesaw: The ultimate ePortfolio for every classroom!

iLearn Technology

Supported platforms include iOS devices, Android devices, Chromebooks, and any computer with a Chrome web browser. What it is: Seesaw is the first truly student centered/driven digital portfolio tool that I’ve seen.

Aurasma: Create Augmented Reality Experiences in Under 2 Min.

iLearn Technology

As students look through their iPhone/iPad/Android’s camera in the Aurasma app, all of that vocabulary would pop up as others explored the room. What it is: Aurasma is an app (also a website) that allows learners to quickly create augmented reality experiences for others.

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MobyMax: Tablet + help differentiating instruction

iLearn Technology

It has a 7” screen and runs on Android 4.2. The MobyMax tablet runs on Android which means in addition to all of the great MobyMax curriculum, your students also have access to all of the happiness that Android brings.

World Education Games 2015! Math, Literacy, Science

iLearn Technology

Tips: Using an Android or iPads in the classroom? What it is: You guys, the World Education Games is back again, taking place around the world October 13-15, 2015! More than 5 million students from over 200 countries and territories will participate in the games for 2015.

Making & Science with Google

iLearn Technology

Using the featured Science Journal app (Android and Chromebook only), students can measure light, sound, and more. How to integrate Making & Science with Google in your classroom: The Science Journal app makes any Android phone or Chromebook computer into a scientific tool that students can use to collect data on light, sound, and motion. What it is: Making & Science is an initiative by Google aimed at showing students that anyone can be a maker or a scientist.

Flash & Thunder- Part graphic novel, part game, all fun and learning

iLearn Technology

The video game component will be available on iOS, Android, and online here. What it is: INVICTA Challenge combines technology (in the form of an action-packed video game), a graphic novel, maps, an operation packet and an action figure that inspires kids to read and problem solve.

CES2017 Best of Show Tech Tools

EdTechTeam

This pedal-to-play bike is compatible with Android, iOS and Amazon Fire devices. So here’s a listing of Google apps for iOS and Android you’ll want to explore. What’s next in edtech? What older tools have you overlooked that are worth a second look? The verdict is in.

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Global Collaboration Week Begins - Find a Project and Connect!

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

It outlines innovative and interdisciplinary projects using social interaction media; offers creative strategies for producing media with elementary students and developing global education projects integrating media and health skills.

The Free and Online 2014 School Leadership Summit Starts Wednesday! (Full Session List)

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

We have gotten much more mobile-friendly , as there are Collaborate apps for iOS and Android, and the conference schedule and session links can be easily accessed on mobile devices by going to [link] from your mobile device or clicking on the "mobile schedule" link in the Summit menu.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Via Fortune : “ Android Co-Founder To Lead Google ’s New Education Project.” Data and “Research” Via the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel : “Over the past three decades, state and local expenditures on prisons and jails have increased more than three times as fast as spending on elementary and secondary education, according to a new brief released Thursday by the U.S.

A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 11 Edition)

Doug Levin

Tagged on: March 18, 2017 Investigations Into Cyberattack Against EQAO Conclude | CNW → The investigations into the cyberattack that disrupted the Education Quality and Accountability Office's (EQAO) online Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) on October 20, 2016, confirm EQAO's original conclusion that a targeted Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) cyberattack was the cause of the technical issues that led to the cancellation of the OSSLT in October 2016.

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