Category Archives: BYOD

CUEBC 2015 WORKSHOP SLIDES: TECHNOLOGY IN THE HUMANITIES CLASSROOM

TECHNOLOGY IN THE HUMANITIES CLASSROOM [pdf download of slides] NB: update! I can no longer recommend Kidblog as it is no longer free   QUICK LINKS BELOW WIKISPACES: Discussion Forums Google Calendar for Homework & Due Dates Vetted Resources for your … Continue reading

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STUDENTS SHARING LEARNING IN THE BIG SCARY WORLD

Rarely do I get a chance to see and hear about how my learners’ work has been shared beyond my desk.  I think it would be pretty accurate to say that most students’ assignments and projects, despite the many hours … Continue reading

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LEARNING TECH RESOURCES FROM YOUR LTM

Here are some Learning Technologies resources for you that I have compiled.  I will continually update this list.  Please let me know if any links become broken. I) THE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES MENTORS’ OFFICIAL SITE II) iPADS, APPS, MOBILE DEVICES RESOURCES/LINKS: … Continue reading

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Desperation breeds innovation: Show Content from iPads

Something funny happened to me and my student teacher today. All the iPad minis had iMovies on them. We had planned on having some students perform live today. Some students had long iMovies on them to show on the district … Continue reading

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WIFI: HERE IT COMES!

BYOD (BRING YOUR OWN DEVICES) CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE CLASSROOM “WiFi’s coming, so get used to it!” I have compiled a (hopefully) useful resource for teachers who will increasingly encounter student personal devices in their classrooms. WiFi is coming to our building … Continue reading

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