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Feedly for Teachers – A Better Way to Keep Up with Blogs

I’ve just returned from an EdCamp session in Los Angeles. While the things I learned were amazing, one of the things I was reminded of was even more powerful: Too many teachers are thirsty for information and seem to be told to drink from the fire hydrant. I’m guilty of unleashing the fire hydrant as […]

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Kahoot in the Classroom

Kahoot it for warm ups and follow ups!

Every teacher knows how powerful starting a class off on the right foot can be. When your students are having a good time right out of the gate, laughing and participating, the rest of the lesson is all but guaranteed to be smooth sailing. That’s why I was so happy when I was introduced to Kahoot. […]

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Automate Your iPhone Activities with Workflow

  Automation is a process all teachers can benefit from, but the effort involved in setting up useful automation often dissuades us from organizing such a workflow. We think to ourselves “This takes more figuring out than I have time for right now. I’ll just do it the way I’ve always done it.” not realizing that learning […]

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Gamify Your Classroom

How Can I Gamify My Class? Class Craft as an Intro to Gamification

Gamification, for the uninitiated, is an often misunderstood concept that can quickly lead to poor implementation by well-intentioned teachers or developers, and then frustration for those who are forced to participate in the process. What is Gamification? Let’s start with what gamification isn’t. Gamification is not playing games at work or school. It isn’t the […]

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Get your message out quickly with Clarisketch

We’ve all had that moment: our students dash out of the classroom and as the door closes behind the last one, the click of the handle reminds you that you forgot to explain one quick but key point. Your mind races for what to do: You can’t quite explain it in a tweet – your […]

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Tackk for Simple Dynamic Pages

Tackk Creates Dynamic Web Pages On The Fly

Educational Technology is moving to the point where students are expected to be able to create more than “just” a paper, but rather a multi-media experience that can be explored and shared. While there are a number of great presentation tools that we’ve covered here at EdTech.tv such as Haiku Deck or Medium, or even the […]

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