November 9, 2013
It’s hard to believe that iPad Summit Boston kicks off next week! Over 1000 educators from around the world will converge in Boston for three days of hands-on workshops, keynotes, concurrent sessions, and conversations about putting iPads in the service of learning. If you can’t join us in person, you can follow along online!
- Check back here to the blog for posts from our team
- Follow #ettipad
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- Presentation materials will all be posted on the iPad Summit web site!
From the EdTechTeacher Team
Tools & Techniques for App Smashing
Once again, Greg Kulowiec pushes the boundaries of what’s possible with App Smashing! First, he published a brilliant post on Green Screen AppSmashing using iMovie, Explain Everything, Tellagami, and DoInk. Then, he created the ThingLink below to illustrate the ultimate App Smash App Pack.
Flipping the Classroom
Justin Reich explored the idea of flipping the classroom in this one-hour broadcast on WHYY radio.
“How many schools and how many classrooms allow student choice? And, in adult-centered spaces, how often do young people have the opportunity to make important decisions?” Don Orth tackles these tough questions, and more, in his latest post.
Patrick Larkin offers great advice for how school leaders can support teachers in their quest to “get their feet wet” with digital tools in this Edudemic article.
In this quick post, Beth Holland describes how these two apps could be used to create a product similar to CAST’s Book Builder to support diverse learners with reading comprehension.