The Crossroads of Design Thinking & 3D Printing

The Crossroads of Design Thinking & 3D Priting

Why Design Thinking? How Might We Create meaningful learning environments for students?  A huge question to tackle and one with countless reasonable answers.  Whether classrooms embrace Project Based Learning, Inquiry Based Instruction, Personalized Learning or another other framework for a classroom experience, the intention tends to be universal.  Educators want to create the most meaningful […]

Beyond Google Expeditions: Creating Customized VR Experiences with iPad & Book Creator

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Learn more from Greg by following him on Twitter: @gregkulowiec Moving Beyond Google Expeditions: For classroom teachers interested in integrating virtual reality into their classroom, one outstanding platform for pre-created content is Google Expeditions.  With an extensive library of expeditions, Google Expeditions offers classroom teachers a reliable pre-packaged virtual reality experience designed for the classroom. […]

Create Immersive Virtual Reality with Storyspheres

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Though impressive, the first Virtual Reality offerings in education primarily consisted of pre-created experiences where students could explore famous landmarks, geographic regions and unique locations.  For instance, thoughtfully developed tools such as Google Expeditions and Nearpod VR allow teachers to guide their students through powerful pre-created immersive virtual reality environments.  While their approach allows students to consume […]

Hacking G Suite – 4 Creative uses of Google Sheets in the Classroom

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Google’s G Suite is a proven platform that allows schools, teachers and students to maximize the potential of a 1:1 classroom environment.  Sheets, one of the tools on the G Suite platform, is traditionally viewed as a data collection and organization tool.  From teacher-created gradebooks, to data collection in a science classroom, to resource management […]

#ETTchat: The Chromebook Creation Studio – an Interview with Greg Kulowiec & James Daley

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This fall, as part of our #ETTchat series, Communications Editor James Daley will be chatting with our EdTechTeacher instructors about some of their favorite tools, apps, and strategies for the classroom. In this post, he interviews Greg Kulowiec, about How to Harness the Creative Potential of Chromebooks in the Classroom. Greg Kulowiec of EdTechTeacher is a Google […]

2 Collaborative Uses of Google Apps and iPads – from Greg Kulowiec

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This post first appeared on Daily Genius. Combine the creative potential of the iPad with the collaborative capacity of Google Drive and students have access to countless options for engaging in creating meaningful, creative work.  Whether students are using the Google Drive app as the central workflow hub to facilitate collaboration, or the core Google […]