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Project Based Learning

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Math Monsters Bingo

Math Monsters Bingo is a fun free iOS app for learning basic Math skills (i.e. adding, subtracting, etc.).  The goal is simple, try to find the monster under the Bingo cards which represent answers and achieve the highest score/BINGO.  This game has high replay value and best of all tracks students scores that allows multiple players on the same device.

I highly recommend checking out Math Monsters Bingo by clicking here!!!

For my Pinterest board on Game Based Learning click here.
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30hands

30hands is the excellent and free easy to use iOS app that educators are using to integrate technology into their classroom.  This is being used in education in many different ways such as "flipping" a lesson, project based learning, and of course, digital storytelling.  The drag-n-drop interface makes it seamless to organize slides, and add pictures and video.  Best of all a user can record their own narration to tell a story and then upload it to the safe educational 30hands cloud (aka learning community).  There is even a inexpensive 30hands Pro app which unlocks all the features in the free app such as: importing video clips, Google Drive/Drop Box integration, and more.

I highly recommend checking out 30hands by clicking here!!!

For more info on 30hands Pro check out Edshelf.

For my Pinterest board on Digital Storytelling click here.

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Zookazam

Zookazam is one of my favorite free iOS apps for the Science classroom.  This innovative app has students interacting w/ animals, bugs, and more through Augmented Reality.  For example, all a user has to do is print out a target and then point their iOS device at it to watch as dinosaurs come to life in stunning 3D.  This is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom and WOW your students.

I highly recommend checking out Zookazam by clicking here!!!

For my Pinterest board on Augmented Reality click here.

*Zookazam is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Teachable

Teachable is a nice free iPad app that educators are using to make their lives in the classroom easier.  It's a very easy to use productivity app that helps teachers plan, track, and organize their classroom from their iPad.  Educators can manage, track, assess, and grade
their students as well as plan their day, week, or month.  Teachers can even attach images or annotate through notes to help assess students in real-time.

I recommend checking out Teachable by clicking here!!!

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Shadow Puppet Edu

Shadow Puppet Edu is one of my favorite and most robust iOS apps for digital storytelling.  This simple to use drag-n-drop app lets students upload images, videos, and even narrate their own stories by recording audio.  Also, Shadow Puppet Edu lets user search for Common Core aligned lessons w/in the app itself.  Educators around the world are using it for Project Based Learning, digital storytelling, and even flipping a classroom/lesson.  There is even a free teacher resource kit for those new educators looking to signup.

I highly recommend checking out Shadow Puppet Edu by clicking here!!!

For more information check out Edshelf.

For my Pinterest board on Digital Storytelling click here.

AR Flashcards Space

AR Flashcards Space is one of my favorite mobile (iOS/Android) apps for learning about Augmented Reality.  This interactive innovative app lets user print out flashcards about the solar system/planets and then interact w/ them in 3D and even hear interesting names about each one.  10 planetary objects are included or one can choose to view them all on one card.

I highly recommend checking out AR Flashcards Space by clicking here!!!

For my Pinterest board on Augmented Reality click here.

EDpuzzle Update

EDpuzzle has just updated their fantastic site/app to integrate a "due date' by assigning it via drop down calendar to a video.  This helps students and educators organize their videos/lessons and see not only how far along an assignment is completed but when it is due as well.  An unfinished assignment can even be archived by the user.  I like how teachers can create their assignments before hand and assign it a "due date' to get a nice visual of what they class will be working on in the weeks ahead.

Again, EDpuzzle is the simple learning tool to use create a Flipped lesson or classroom.  A user can take the video edit/crop it, record their own narration, and even add polling/quiz questions, to engage and assess learning.

I highly recommend checking out EDpuzzle by clicking here!!!

Below is a brief demo video...



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