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October 2013

Project Based Learning with iPads

Great article on PBL and a great resource for everything iPad.

iPads in Elementary School

This is a great find by Aimee Smith! Thanks Aimee!

Nice Poster Featuring Some of Dr.Seuss Lessons for Kids ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Dr Seuss literature is definitely one of the most child- friendly literature out there. His sayings and lessons have left indelible marks in kids education. Last year I featured here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning two awesome infographics summing up some of his famous quips.

23 iPad Alternatives to the Book Report.

Upon hearing that they will have to read another book students usually roll their eyes and moan in disagreement. So to make the reading process more fun for them we let them chose their own book and their own creative assignment. There are three parts to the book report: A, summary, B character analysis, C creative assignment.

An Interactive Image by Tami Greenwood

TOUCH this image to discover its story. Image tagging powered by ThingLink

Want to Know How to Use Aurasma? Ask a 3rd Grader!

Aurasma is an augmented reality platform and is an app on all of the student iPads. Aurasma uses advanced image and pattern recognition to blend the real world with rich interactive content. Laura...

Bookabi App Integration Snapshot

This week's hAPPy Friday app is Bookabi . Bookabi i s an app that lets children of all ages write and illustrate stories. Check out the App Integration Snapshot that I created for this app. ...

Question Types and Puppet Pals

Alison Grossimon's lesson on the 3 types of questions was well thought out and so very engaging from start to finish.

Students Helping Students

Third Grade definitely has the right idea about how to maximize student learning with the iPads. One class learns a skill and that class teaches their peers. In this case, Laura Wright's class...

This is What Learning Looks Like

Last week, Elizabeth Hudgins invited the leadership team into her classroom to see her 5th Graders working their way through an assortment of Math centers. It was a delightful experience from start...

Pierre, the Valley View Detective

While looking for a campus using Nearpod in their classrooms that we could observe for the purpose of planning our next TechTuesday, Kelly and I stumbled upon something quite amazing happening. It...

Amelia Bedelia: Primary Book Report by TechChef4u

Lisa Johnson helped her son, Hayden, make this book report using Thinglink and Tellagami.