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3 Free Apps That Connect My Kansas Classroom to the World


Now you can through the power of social media. About a year ago, I began using an app called Periscope to watch fellow teachers discuss classroom techniques and strategy. I decided create videos to showcase how I use technology in my classroom for other teachers in my district. Want to find out what’s happening in Kami Butterfield’s classroom? Check out her different social media channels here: Instagram: teachingwithappitude.

Merge Cube Mania in Middle School

The CoolCatTeacher

Karen Bosch on episode 288 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. Other Resources: Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in the Classroom. Aurasma and Augmented Reality in the Classroom. I demoed it.



Their passion to spread joy, and our passion for creativity and student's voice go hand-in-hand, so we were able to join forces with Skype in the Classroom for our newest #SkypeBunceeBuddies Literacy Project. You can also follow Joy Sun Bear on: -Twitter: (@JoySunBear).

Curating Content with @appoLearning

The Web20Classroom

And especially now, for teachers, its becoming increasingly important as more and more digital devices begin to enter the classroom. From there, login via Facebook, Google or Twitter to get started. Curation, as many of you know, is near and dear to my heart.

Google + Pinterest + Dropbox = [NEW] Free @appolearning (Lesson Planning Dream)!


Thankfully we've found our favorite blogs that usually inspire us or our favorite friends to follow on Pinterest or Twitter that typically provide us with those ideas. What do you do when you can't find what you are looking for via your favorite blogs, Pinterest buddies, or Twitter PLN?

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When Pushing Boundaries in Math Education, Where Can Teachers Turn For Help and Camaraderie?


Earlier this year, math educator and Demos executive Dan Meyer published a piece entitled “Lonely Math Teachers” in which he raised the shortcomings of social media and the need for innovative math teachers to connect online. In his post, he made the case for Twitter.

Video conferencing for EFL

Nik Peachey

Here's a quick video demo of what it can do. To view the demo in a new window click here (3mins - 3.5Mb) Download the demo as Quicktime movie (5Mb) Download the movie for i-pod (7Mb) So what do I like about it? You can embed videos or your call messages into blogs websites and a whole range of social media sites including Facebook and Blogger. It's not often that you look at a product and think 'Ah! That's exactly what I've been looking for! And it's free!'

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