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This week on the aRTs Roundtable gaming in the music classroom. All three of us are HOOKED on My Singing Monsters app for the iPad and iPhone. A music game that we all have been obsessed with. There is a My Singing Monsters wiki where you can find how to “breed” different sound monsters and we are using mindmeister to map out our monsters. Show Host: Carol Broos Show Contributors: Jennifer Kolze and Brenda Muench Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any […]
Collaborating, Creating and Publishing are part of the keys to 21st Century learning skills in education. Ali Grasson joins the podcast to share some of the amazing things going on in her classroom.
Let’s get right down to business. You need to shoot a video, but you either don’t know where to start, how to begin, or the BASICS to pull it off. I get it. The ease and accessibility to create videos is now being required of all of us. So here’s what you need to know. Top 5 tips to shooting great video 1. Camera Of course you’ll need a camera. To make a good video, the TYPE of camera […]
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- firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we talk about Photo Apps. There is a thin line between art and music, the crossover is apparent in the apps we use for art and music. Photography apps have transformed how we take pictures and create new photos. Show Host: Carol Broos Show contributors: Tricia Fuglestad and Brenda Muench Show wiki: edreach.us Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
I had a life changing experience this past January. No, not one that will live in infamy. And no, not one that is really a big deal anymore for many people. But for me, it’s been a game changer. I bought my first iPhone. Now while I love all the ways I can use it to call, text, email, tweet, research, play “Words with Friends”, etc. some of the most fun I’ve had with it is as a video creation […]
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we talk to about the apps we use to simplify our teaching on our own mobile devices and computer. These apps have transformed how we teach the arts and organize our lives in the educational setting. Show Host: Carol Broos Show contributors: Trisha Fuglestad and Jennifer Kolze Show wiki: edreach.us wiki Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on MacReach: Kelly and I are joined by John Sowash to talk about some fantastic apps for professional development! Show Host: Meg Wilson (@iPodsibiities) Co-Hosts: Kelly Dumont (@KDumont) and John Sowash (@jrsowash) Subscribe to the MacReach Podcast on iTunes Subscribe to the EdReach Podcast Feed View the complete show notes here on the EdReach MacReach Wiki to see all the links, resources, and apps discussed in the show!
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we discuss iPad and iPod Touch Device apps in the arts classroom that we use for productivity, sharing, and individual use. We also discuss how we upload and post to various websites using iPads, iPod Touch Devices, and iPhones. Show Host: Carol Broos Show contributors: Trisha Fuglestad, Brenda Muench, and Jennifer Kolze The complete show notes are now on the EdReach Wiki Call us on our comment line! If you’d like to leave some feedback you […]
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we discuss iPad and iPod Touch Device apps in the arts classroom that we use to CREATE music and art. The mobile devices have transformed our classrooms with students creating pictures and composing music. Hear about must have apps for all art and music teachers. Show Host: Carol Broos Show contributors: Trisha Fuglestad, Brenda Muench, and Jennifer Kolze The complete show notes are now on the EdReach Wiki Call us on our comment line! If you’d […]
As 2011 winds down, I have spent a good deal of time thinking about all of the online resources and tools that have helped make this past year a successful ‘Year of the iPad’ in my school district. And with an upcoming winter vacation ahead for many educators next week, I thought it might be nice to share out some of my favorite resources for using iPads, iPods, and iPhones in the classroom. Although there are many, many fantastic resources […]
With more and more app developers designing innovative apps like The Elements: A Visual Exploration and Our Choice, it is clear that traditional textbooks are no longer needed as mobile learning devices become common classroom tools. Students can easily have access to updated information in a variety of different ways, whether it is through text, images, audio, or video. There is an incredible amount of content-specific apps, podcasts (have you seen iTunesU?), and eBooks available. And of course we can’t […]
Mobile learning is a popular topic in education right now, and Apple just took it to a new level with iOS 5, their newest operating system for the iPod touch, the iPhone, and the iPad. A new operating system means new features for iDevice users. Apple’s announcement of their upgraded operating system for iOS devices has started a new discussion with educators using them: how will these new features impact education? We are just beginning to learn about the new […]
Preface to post: I am passionate about using iDevices to improve the learning experience, and I personally consider my iPhone to be my lifeline. To people who know me well, this is common knowledge. Denial. As my iPhone 4 slowly slid off a stack of papers just out of my reach, I had the perfect view as I watched it drop and land face down. I heard gasps escape from every person in the crowded room. My first thought: it’s […]
Every day, I am an active participant in an amazing classroom that is filled with engaging and unique learning opportunities. I learn all kinds of information about a variety of different topics; it all depends on what I find interesting or necessary at the moment. I have access to an incredible wealth of credible resources, and I am given as much time as I need to synthesize information and determine how to best leverage it. I have opportunities to collaborate and […]
Kelly Dumont and Scott Meech join me for an episode filled with iPhone talk, Apple education resources, and tons of fun! Mac News Is Apple tracking you? The white iPhone is finally here! ….does anyone care? Tough Covers: How to protect your iPad from a 500ft drop out of a plane. EdMac There are so many great Apple education resources out there, we wanted to highlight a few of them: Hottest Apps Used by Apple Distinguished Educators: App Reviews by […]
Jonathan Furst and James Crawford join me this week to discuss how their students are using Apple technologies to make movies and create digital stories. Other topics discussed include: The Flow Paintbrush for touch screen devices New form of artwork with the iPad: Mobile Art Conference Frames by Tech4Learning 10 ways students can use the App of the Week and a quick tip for using your Mac more efficiently
Last week’s Mobile Learning Experience 2011 in Phoenix, Arizona was a fantastic conference filled with educators learning about how to use iPods touches, iPhones, iPads, and other mobile learning devices to change education for the better. In this episode, Tony Vincent joins me to discuss the Mobile Learning Experience, QR codes, a few of our favorite Apple technologies, and so much more… A behind the scenes look at Tony’s website: LearningInHand.com The Mobile Learning Experience Conference The Mobile Learning Experience conference RESOURCES: […]