Adobe Spark: Easily create and share videos, images, and newsletters

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Students can use these tools to create book reviews, to document science experiments, for storytelling, to explain their inquiry process, as an eportfolio, to illustrate math concepts, and so much more! What it is: Adobe Spark is a collection of fantastic (free!)

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A Project Share Story: Ensuring a Successful Implementation #SXSWedu

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All Irving ISD high schools are 1:1 with laptops. Middle school migrant students also have laptops. Irving wanted to use ePortfolios with their students. Who can access ePortfolios? Irving has decided to keep the ePortfolios within Irving for now since they are using with 8th grade and 4th grade and are not applying to college at this time. Students are using ePortfolios and enjoy uploading their information to them. Also how to work with your ePortfolio.

The Changing Role Of The Teacher In Personalized Learning Environment

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Our recent study found that 81% of college students use mobile devices (such as smartphones and tablets) to study, the second most popular device category behind laptops and up 40 percent in usage since 2013. The Changing Role Of The Teacher In Personalized Learning Environment.

AP Calculus Jeopardy Using @PearDeck + @Wacom Tablets + @msOneNote #edchat #mathchat

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This is part 2 of documenting my “AP Calculus Jeopardy Review” If you didn’t catch part 1, check it out here: AP Jeopardy Review – Let’s #ePortfolio That: Using PearDeck, Wacom Tablets, and OneNote.

Make Reading Relevant with Thematic Units

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In addition, both provide reading level information for many of the ebooks and are accessible on a variety of devices including laptops and iPads. I can view the notes and highlights in my teacher dashboard, although I often ask students to take a screenshot of their thoughts and add to their Seesaw eportfolio so their parents can also see their thinking. Students share all of their work with me using the Seesaw eportfolio app.

Make Reading Relevant with Thematic Units

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In addition, both provide reading-level information for many of the ebooks and are accessible on a variety of devices including laptops and iPads. Students share all their work with me using the Seesaw eportfolio app. With a shift toward cross-curricular topics, essential questions, and project-based learning, my second graders are engaged in carefully structured reading themes or units rather than reading a new stand-alone picture book each week.