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Help students show their learning with these 4 apps

Help students show their learning with these 4 apps

07/02/2018

Topics: Assistive and adaptive technologies, Augmented reality, Tools

It’s a familiar hunt for educators – finding that one app that’s the magic bullet for teaching a skill or providing practice. It’s a search that’s futile, and one that should be replaced with a new way of thinking. 

Imagine searching instead for tools that allow learners to…

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6 ways busy teachers can be more efficient with Google tools

6 ways busy teachers can be more efficient with Google tools

04/12/2018

Topics: Tools

As we juggle multiple roles — educator, parent, volunteer — many of us find ourselves wishing we had more time in each day. Although it’s impossible to add more hours, there are ways to use…

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8 reasons to use a digital assistant in  your classroom

8 reasons to use a digital assistant in your classroom

03/21/2018

Topics: Tools

Artificial intelligence has gone mainstream. It’s already integrated into our everyday lives, with realistic voices responding to questions and requests. For a while now, we have been able to get reminders for appointments, encouragement for fitness routines, and remote control over…

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5 ways to move from experience to creation in AR, VR

5 ways to move from experience to creation in AR, VR

01/22/2018

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When jumping into new technology, we all start with an experience. Whether it’s watching a beating heart in augmented reality or jumping out of a plane in virtual reality, we feel the thrill…

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Augmented reality can be a powerful learning tool

Augmented reality can be a powerful learning tool

01/06/2020

Topics: special needs, STEM, Virtual & augmented reality

What do a skillet, a grand piano and a computer have in common? They are all types of tools, of course. Sitting idly, they just take up space. But a skillet in the hands of Emeril Lagasse or Wolfgang Puck becomes…

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