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Just a month after updating to allow users to create content specific magazines, Flipboard has updated again. This update adds collaboration to the magazine editor. What This Means To Educators As we mentioned in the previous post, a teacher can create Flipboard magazines filled with handpicked articles covering a specific unit or content area. Now teachers can work as a grade level team or even with their professional learning network to create magazines with articles, pictures, and video that fits [...]
Tonight we discuss Google Docs and it’s use in the classroom. We spend some time talking about the different versions (personal vs. apps for education), ways to collaborate, and some of the privacy settings. Show Host: Anne Truger (@atruger) Show contributors: Patrick Black (@teachntech00) Tricia Lazzaro (@tlazzaro11) Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
Google Docs continues to be my number one tool for communicating and collaborating with any number of people involved in my students’ education. As a special education teacher I am constantly in contact with parents, related service providers, and other professionals like doctors and private therapists. Google Docs allows me quite a few opportunities to easily keep all parties informed and in the loop. Documents – probably the simplest way for sharing documents with my team members. The most common [...]
There have been a number of #EduWin posts sharing instances of collaboration, shared successes, or teachers helping teachers. Planning Students Collaborating…Spontaneously! Learning from Others Helping a Colleague These interactions may come naturally to teachers today, but in my first years of teaching the idea of collaboration was a very foreign concept to my grade level colleagues. They actually discouraged me from asking too many questions, “We all just kind of do our own [...]
This is the second installment in EdReach’s discussion regarding question: What IS the future of the textbooks. Last week, we began the discussion regarding the role that textbook publishers have held regarding student learning. I concluded that post with the following questions: How is your school or district handling the financial impact of the rising costs of traditional textbooks? Is your district investigating alternate content / resource / reference or supplemental information delivery methods (digital or hardware based)? What are [...]