Drawp for School: Unleashing Students’ Creativity

This blog was first posted on Jen’s Blog. The next session I’m attending is given by alumna of my institution, Ransom Everglades School, Ana Albir. She is presenting on the iPad Application, Drawp (Free). Drawp for School is an app that has been in development for seven months and drawn out of the previous app, Drawp for Families ($4.99). Drawp Sharing Screen […]

Drawp for School: Unleashing Students’ Creativity – from Jen Carey

This post first appeared on Jen’s blog. The next session I’m attending is given by alumna of my institution, Ransom Everglades School, Ana Albir. She is presenting on the iPad Application, Drawp (Free). Drawp for School is an app that has been in development for seven months and drawn out of the previous app, Drawp for Families ($4.99). Drawp Sharing Screen Shot […]

Retroactively Managing an iPad Program: Centralizing an iPad Program That Precedes Policy with Jen Carey – from Kate Wilson

For my second live blog, I am blogging the master of the live blog, Jennifer Carey (@TeacherJenCarey) for her talk. A link to her materials can be found here.  Jen Carey is the the Director of Educational Technology at the Ransom Everglades School (a secular independent school) in Miami, Fl. You can learn about all the great things she does on […]

Explain Everything: Demonstrating Understanding with Screen Casting with Reshan Richards – from Jennifer Carey

This post first appeared on Jennifer Carey’s blog. My first session is “Explain Everything: Demonstrating Understanding with Screencasting” by Reshan Richards. It highlights one of my favorite iPad Apps, Explain Everything. You can see the slides for Reshan’s presentation here.  Here’s a great, quick tutorial to familiarize yourself with the app: Reshan is an Ed Tech Director at […]