Meg and Kelly are pulling stuff out of their everyday work bags and sharing what they carry to keep them up and running with their technology.
This week with have a great discussion on Digitizing Shakespeare with the amazing Lawrence Reiff. Larry is doing amazing things in engaging his students with the plays of the Bard using technology. Enjoy!
Meg and Kelly discuss collaboration tools, including; video conferencing, document sharing, planning, and apps for collaboration. Updates to iWork apps. Global Collaboration Conference.
On this week’s show Meg and Kelly talk about a few of their favorite Mac OS X preferences. App of the Week is Toca Builder
Meg and Kelly discuss Apple’s new apps – The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Most of it is pretty good! iWork and iLife updated and they’re all free!
All about Apple’s October 22nd announcements. Mac OSX 10.9 Mavericks is out and free. Updates to iLife and iWork.
Meg and Kelly on the SAMR model and the MAC. Mac apps coming to the VPP for Education. Possible Apple event on October 22nd. It’s a really exciting show, as we’ve also moved to live Google Hangouts!
This week Meg and Kelly discuss the SAMR model. Background of the SAMR model. Implementation of SAMR in Downers Grove SD. Great tools for finding apps for use at the different levels of the model.
Meg and Kelly talk about iOS 7. Favorite features, and favorite updated apps. Lots of updated apps. Watch for us on Google Hangouts next week.
Meg and Kelly are together in Austin along with MacReach friends Scott Meech and Luis Perez. Discussion of things being done at the 2013 ADE Institute. Professional Development Ideas, 1 in 3 Presentations, App Developers.
Part 2 of Meg, Kelly and Luis’ conversation about the announcements from Apple’s 2013 WWDC Keynote and a look ahead to ISTE ’13, which has come and gone.
On this week’s MacReach Show: Part 1 of our discussion of WWDC 2013. iOS7 new look, most anticipated new and changed features. OS X Mavericks update.
In this age of common formative assessments, summative assessments, one test after another, etc. There is another way, a way to really see student growth. Assessing with video is the way to capture that growth. It doesn’t have to be a documentary, just a few short clips to observe and show what the student knows.
This time on MacReach Extra, Kelly shows how to get images and video from your iPhone to your Mac using the Image Capture program that comes installed on every Mac.
Meg and Kelly discuss the iTunes Widget Builder and embedding those widgets on websites. The App of the Week is Subtext. Check it out.
In this Extra, we present the Instashare App. It’s like AirDrop, but works between iOS devices and between your Mac and your iOS Device.
This week on MacReach: Creating on the iPad using whiteboarding apps. Meg and Kelly discuss several apps that allow students to record what they are doing on the screen. We talk about Ask3, a new entrant into this space.
On this MacReach, we talk with Bea Cantor about her eBook – Calling Nature: Macro Photography and the iPhone