Powerful Edtech for Adult Learners: Three Product Demos

Digital Promise

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Chem Demos (Vol. I): 10 Cheap, Practical, Curious, and Aligned Chem Demos

Cycles of Learning

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Science Fix - resources, lessons, demos for science

Educational Technology Guy

ScienceFix is a great resource for science teachers, or anyone interested in science. It is targeted towards middle school, but can be used at different levels. It is run by a science teacher. It has science lessons, links, video demonstrations and web projects on science.

Label 59 - free web based presentations and demos

Educational Technology Guy

Label 59 is a free, web app that lets you annotate photos with interactive labels. It''s easy to use and actually pretty fun. It''s easy to use. Add your photo, add the markers for your labels, add some features, add actions for each marker and then publish it.

Intro to Chromebook Interface Demo

Hansen's Link to Tech

This year and especially for the next couple years more and more schools and the general public will continue to hear more about the Chromebook and how it will be integrated in schools.

Video Demo: Using Google Sites as Student and Teacher Portfolios | #TechEducator Podcast

TeacherCast

Learn how to create student and teacher portfolios using Google Sites. For more information, please visit TechEducatorPodcast.com | @TechEdShow The TechEducator Podcast is a weekly round table discussion about current topics in educational technology.

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Video Demo of Apple TV in Clinical Setting

SpeechTechie

QR Codes Part 3: Mobile Scanning Apps and Demo

SpeechTechie

So in this, Part 3 of my series on using QR codes to deliver engaging messages, stimuli and visuals to students during sessions, you''ll get to see what it looks like when you scan a code with a mobile device. Check out the video here: So, that video pretty much sums it up.

4 of My Favorite Web Tools Demonstrated

The Playground Advocate

BeFunky Creativity Demo Digital Tools Magisto Murally Photo Editing Screencast Thinglink Tutorial Web Tools I''ve been working on building resources for a website I use to support one of my presentations.

The colAR App: Another Great Place to Play

The Playground Advocate

apps Augmented Reality colAR Creativity Demo Digital Age digital storytelling Digital Tools engagement Exploration Fun play playground Web Tools Wonder When I was a kid, I used to love to draw and color.

iMovie Basics

The Playground Advocate

Apple Basics Demo How-To iLife iMovie Screencast Tutorial video creation video editing As I mentioned in a recent post , I have been working with some 6th-graders to create election videos for a Project-Based Learning unit that was designed by one of our CODE teachers.

Pixorize

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo video. Pixorize is a nice site for US History students that I just learned about from Larry Ferlazzo's excellent blog. Pixorize is an innovative that uses pictures to remember facts (i.e. similar to ThingLink).

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Typing Agent

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo video. Typing Agent is an excellent web based Typing/Keyboarding for students grades K-12. Also, Typing Agent has lots of innovative features such as: multi-player games (i.e. K2 Mountain), aligned to Common Core Standards, certificates, type to code, and much more.

Dystopia 2153

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Dystopia 2153 is an innovative new site for coding/programming that I just found out about from Monica Burns. Dystopia is a fresh take on teaching STEM skills by helping kids learn how to code through a digital graphic novel w/ over 40 different coding games.

ALMA SOLVES PROBLEMS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU HAD (Like Smartphones and Tablets Did)

Tom Murray

Schedule a demo and you'll see how much thought and attention went into designing the interface. You may have seen my friend, Eric Sheninger's recent post, "Finally, an SIS Worth Switching For".

EdTechTeam Maryland Summit Featuring Google for Education [Register Now] w/ @adambellow @kleinerin @kylepace

Kleinspiration

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AR Detroit Meet Up #3: Augmented Reality in Gaming LIVE!!

Two Guys and Some iPads

We have an all-star line up of live demos from: • Occipital , demoing their revolutionary 3D-scanning device, Structure Sensor ! Check back around 7:15-7:20pm EST for LIVE video feed of the event!!

9 Steps to Buying the Right Digital Content for your District

Education Elements

Thankfully, Education Elements created a 9 step process, and compiled tips and tricks from district leaders across the country in our new curriculum white paper: “Phase Three: Review, Demo, and Select Digital Content and Tools.” Just like online dating or buying a new car , choosing a new digital content provider can often feel overwhelming , complicated, and like a shot in the dark.

Edcite

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Edcite is an innovative site for creating digital assignments that I learned about from Monica Burns excellent blog. Edcite allows educators to create digital assignments/quizzes from over 60 different question types (i.e. drag-n-drop, short answer, matching, etc.).

How To Use ‘Erase All Kittens’ To Teach Coding and HTML

EdTech4Beginners

I must note that the full version is coming soon – for now, just use the demo. Click on ‘Play The Demo’ Next you’ll see a funny introductory video – we watched it as a class and laughed a lot!

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How To Use ‘Erase All Kittens’ To Teach Coding and HTML

EdTech4Beginners

I must note that the full version is coming soon – for now, just use the demo. Click on ‘Play The Demo’ Next you’ll see a funny introductory video – we watched it as a class and laughed a lot!

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EDpuzzle - School Channel

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. EDpuzzle the excellent free tool that educators everywhere are using to flip their classroom/lessons and assess student learning, just released their "School Channel". This channel allows teachers to share/ copy other video lessons from their colleagues.

RoomRecess

Technology Tidbits

Below is a demo video. RoomRecess is one of my all time favorite sites for finding a wide variety of educational online games. This is a great place for finding games in subjects such as: Math, Reading, Keyboarding, and more.

The Two Guys Show #7: Walter Duncan

Two Guys and Some iPads

Walter gave us a live demo and showed how easy Quick Key is to use in the classroom. After the demo, Walter showed us how the app displays and stores the data. We were thrilled to have Walter Duncan join us on the Two Guys Show for episode #7.

Social Story Videos by Storyboard That

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo sample. Storyboard That is an amazing learning tool that educators around the world are using for digital storytelling, timelines, storyboards, graphic organizers, and more.

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Choosito

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Choosito is a search engine for education that I found out about from Technology & Learning. This is a great way to search the web in a safe way as well as library resources.

Quizster

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Quizster is a innovative site/app that I just found out about for assessing and grading students work. All a student has to do is snap a photo of their work and send it via the free mobile (iOS/Android) to their teacher.

Pixel

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Pixel is a new free mobile (iOS/Android) app for students learning how to program or code. This is ideal for educators looking to introduce STEM and is very user friendly. Pixel uses the familiar drag-n-drop blocks of code formula (i.e.

Owl Eyes

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Owl Eyes is an innovative site that lets teachers create "classrooms" where their students can read and interact w/ texts. Student's are able to select through a wide variety of literature and then annotate the text.

Kids'n'Code

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Kids'n'Code is a fun free iPad app for kids 6-8 years old learning the basics concepts of programming and coding. This is done by controlling robots and trying to solve simple puzzles.

Rocketium

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Rocketium is a site/app for making beautiful slideshows and presentations that reminds me of Animoto. This is done w/ a very easy-to-use interface, where users can add text, images, music, backgrounds, and more to engage their audience.

Yash Math Adventure

Technology Tidbits

Below is a demo. Yash Math Adventure is a super fun mobile (iOS, Android) platform game for basic Math skills (i.e. addition, multiplication, etc.) for grades 1st-4th.

NameCoach

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. NameCoach is a wonderful web service that educators are using to learn student's names and pronounce them correctly. This is especially useful w/ commencement/graduation ceremonies on the horizon.

Peekapak

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Peekapak is a new (beta) site for educators (PreK-3rd grade) for teaching Social and Emotional Learning. This free online platform includes stories and lesson plans that teachers use w/ students to develop these SEL skills.

GoConqr

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. GoConqr is a wonderful free tool/community for teachers and students to increase their social learning by creating "bundles". These tools allow users to create: mind-maps, quizzes, notes, flashcards, and slides, to create engaging content.

Storyline

Technology Tidbits

Below is a demo video. Storyline is a cool site for learning how to code/program Alexa (Amazon's smart speaker device), that I just found out about from Larry Ferlazzo's blog. Storyline is very simple to use and features a drag-n-drop interface for selecting actions and commands.

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Stormboard

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Stormboard is an interesting new learning tool for online brainstorming and creating mind maps. This is done through "virtual" sticky notes where others can collaborate and publish/vote on which notes to include in their Stormboard.

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Listenwise

Technology Tidbits

Below is a demo video. Listenwise is a interesting site that takes the "listening" skill to the next level. This is done by listening to a library of over a 1000 curated stories w/ reading a long to increase comprehension.

codeCampus

Technology Tidbits

Below is a demo video. codeCampus is a great place for educators looking to bring coding/programming into their K-6 schools for free. codeCampus offers lots of online training videos as well as interactive coding lessons to help teachers integrate codeCampus into the classroom.

Mathmatical Run

Technology Tidbits

Below is a brief demo. Mathmatical Run is a easy-to-learn iOS app that helps students practice their basic Math skills (i.e. addition, subtraction, etc.). This game is similar to any "running" style game and has players collecting stars, avoiding obstacles, and solving equations.