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The folks over at Bedtime Math let us know that they have released an android version of Bedtime Math. We reviewed Bedtime Math for iOS here. The android app appears to have all of the same goodness that the web site and iOS app does. From their media release: Bedtime Math announces today the launch of its first app for Android, which is now available for free download in the Google Play Store. The app joins Bedtime Math’s already wildly popular mobile app for the […]
Innovative educators have been finding ways to personalize the one-size-fits-all mentality of published materials for decades. As we break open the dreaded boxed curriculum materials at the start of every school year, our first thoughts revolve around how we will modify and improve the content to meet the unique needs of each student. If anyone knows how to spice up a learning experience, it is a first class teacher. We have all been doing this for years.
We posted about Flipboard before here ToolZeit – Flipboard and gave a list of web sites that we have in our Flipboard here 32 Feeds for Classroom Flipboard Flipboard contacted us to let us know of a great update. Normally Flipboard content is driven by an RSS feed with a never ending supply of new content. Each time you open it up you get the latest posts from whatever sites you put into it. You can now create magazines […]
We reviewed 5 Dice: Order of Operations Game a few months ago http://edreach.us/podcast/toolzeit-5-dice-order-of-operations-game/ . The developer contacted us to let us know that this edu app for the math classroom has received a pretty sweet update. Students can now play collaboratively or head to head using bluetooth. Some schools will find the use of bluetooth a great choice since their school district may block devices connecting to each other through the wireless network due to security concerns. Using bluetooth allows the connectivity to happen […]
We reviewed Bitsboard in the past http://youtu.be/oVAaSDuzbDk . They released a major update recently and this app just keeps getting better and better. Features to look for in the update to version 5.0 include: Tracking user progress New Pop Quiz mode If you haven’t downloaded Bitsboard yet for your classroom, download it today. https://itunes.apple.com/app/bitsboard/id516842210?mt=8 If you have downloaded it, make sure you update your apps to see the improvements. We’d love to see the ability to add different users without […]
We recently reviewed Flipboard as a classroom tool http://edreach.us/podcast/toolzeit-flipboard/ . We’ve received requests for what sites we put on Flipboard for the students. Here are 32 feeds we have in our Flipboard. You can create a Flipboard account and add sites that are relevant to your program. Top to bottom and left to right 1. Our school Flickr feed (you can add your own) http://www.flickr.com/ 2. Ink Splot 26 – http://blog.scholastic.com/ 3. National Geographic Kids Blog – http://kidsblogs.nationalgeographic.com/ 4. Wellington […]
Hosts: Meg Wilson Kelly Dumont Guest: Jethro Jones A discussion with Jethro about his new book, The Paperless Principal. No iPad Mini invitations this week. New iPods released App of the Week – A selection of apps to help you go paperless. Check out our Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
Hosts: Meg Wilson Kelly Dumont Meg and Kelly discuss a few different work flow scenarios for iOS devices in schools. Apple Maps Apology iPad Mini in a couple of Weeks App of the Week – Evernote Check out our Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- firstname.lastname@example.org
This week in EdGamer we scale the ‘Bastion!’ We use Episode 71 to take a deep look into the new iPad version of Bastion and its implications for the classroom. Plus we check out the AMD App Zone and a cool new infographic. Don’t miss another action packed episode of EdGamer. Tune-in and level-up!
This week on our 70th episode of EdGamer we celebrate complete randomness with tons of great info on gaming and education. We bleep out our thoughts on censorship and look forward to a new platform for a personal favorite, Bastion! Zack tells us about his up and coming plans to attend FlatCon and Gerry gets pumped up about his new gaming club at school. This week is a hot mess of awesomely random insights…tune-in and level-up!
Mobile Reach #39 – Welcome Back, Mobile Learning Chad, Judi and Tammy are back to start teh school year and share all kinds of mobile news that has happened recently. We talk about the new iOS Google Drive app update and what it can mean for schools. We dissect some of the offerings of iOS 6. We also share out some apps we’ve been trying out lately. All this and more on this week’s episode of Mobile Reach! Show Host: Chad Kafka […]
Hosts: Meg Wilson Kelly Dumont Luis Perez iPhone 5 and iOS 6 Discussion Check out our Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
Tonight we start with a new format – Live Video! And to kick it off we share some of our favorite apps for education, productivity and fun. Using a Google Hangout we shared the apps as well as talked about them. You are welcome to view the video on Youtube. Listen and see our new favorite apps and maybe share a few of your own!
Some of my best ideas for posts come from questions I get, either at the Reference Desk or while out and about. Last week I was at an Orientation event when a parent came up and asked me what apps her daughter needed on her iPad. An excellent question, but very difficult to answer on the fly.
Chad, Judi and Tammy are back ‘midsummer’ to share all kinds of mobile news that has happened recently. We wrap up ISTE and talk briefly about what Chad learned at the ADE Institute in regards to iTunes U and building courses with iTunes U Course Manager. We also break down some apps we’ve been using including Apple’s Podcasts app, Chrome for iOS and Google Drive for iOS. All this and more on this week’s episode of Mobile Reach!
The Crew here at EdCeptional is in full summertime mode! Some of us are off enjoying time in other countries, and some even had a chance to check out ISTE 2012 in San Diego this year! Luckily, Deb and I had a chance to catch up and talk about some of the new interesting apps that have come out this summer, but we can’t wait to talk again with the full EdCeptional Crew! Show Host: Patrick Black (@teachntech00) […]
Mobile Reach #37 – edapps.ca & Silver Surfer Chad, Judi and Tammy interview Danny Maas (@dannymaas) and Daniel Espejo (@danielespejo), who are the creative minds behind the edapps.ca (@ed_apps) website. Find out what their site has to offer those looking for educational apps on this episode. We also invite them to share out some apps they are using for productivity. Show Host: Chad Kafka (@chadkafka) Co-Hosts: Judi Epcke (@jepcke), Tammy Lind (@taml17) The Mobile Reach Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions […]
Mobile Reach #36 – Summer PD: How Do You Keep Up? Chad, Judi and Tammy spend some time talking about how they keep up with the newest, latest and greatest in terms of technology. All three work in roles where they’ve been asked, “How do you keep up?” so this show is devoted to sharing ways we consume information through services like Twitter, Google Reader, EdReach, and other various sites, and blogs. We also discuss how you can stay in the […]