Though it has continued to snow in New England this week, the calendar says that Spring is here! If that’s the case, then it can only mean one thing at EdTechTeacher – we are furiously preparing for our 2013 Summer Workshops. That said, we have broadened the scope of our research in light of our new offerings. From this point forward, in addition to iPad resources, you’ll find information about BYOD, Google, Common Core, and more!
Great post from Silvia Tolisano – aka Langwitches – on workflow realities with kindergarteners.
PageSend is another free screecasting tool; however, it also allows students to collaboratively screencast from multiple devices.
Medfield, MA Public Schools Mobile Learning Blog that features great examples of student work.
Moving past Consumption vs. Creation to Task Complexity vs. Duration
Good collection of iPad studies from Richard Byrne.
Google/ Chrome Book/ Android Resources
Great article and tutorial from Edutopia about using Google Hangouts.
Google’s new note taking tool. It is somewhat like Evernote, has an Android app, and can be accessed via the web.
Amazing accessibility features for Google Docs with Chrome extension.
This Chrome Extension allows you to speak directly into any search form, or Google form. Could be great for differentiation.
— July 25-26, we will be offering an All Things Google workshop in Cambridge, MA near Boston.
Archives and announcements for the #1to1techat community.
With this web service, plug in a URL and it creates a screenshot that can be annotated. The annotated version is then shared with a link.
Interesting paper about the impact of mobile devices on elementary curriculum.
— Join us July 22-24 in Cambridge, MA near Boston for Building an Interactive or BYOD Classroom with Multiple Devices: iPads, Interactive White Boards, Laptops, & more.