I’m a firm believer that technology should make our lives and jobs easier. The WISE app is a little discovery I made, that I’ve been wanting to try for a while – and I’m glad I did! WISE
Delivering meaningful and timely feedback is an element of teaching I have always been looking to enhance. I give students time to reflect on their feedback and set goals from what they discover, but often I feel many of them
Stoodle is a free online shared website, which is also available as an iPad app. It reminds me of ShowMe, but with some amazing features that have limitless potential. Like ShowMe, you can still permanently store files, upload images and draw
If you’re one of those teachers who finds that they spend a large amount of time updating, synching, managing apps, transferring photos to be printed and managing all those other fun little side-effects of having iPads, there are some solutions
When searching for a topic for this post, I spoke to pre-service teachers and their biggest concerns were assessment and unit planning tools; below are resources I wish I had known about in my graduate years. Assessment: Socrative is a
You may have seen these on products, posters, TV adds and junk mail. These little beauties were invented for you to “scan” the code and it directly takes you to a website, picture, PDF, any sort of file really. BUT
The Evernote page has undergone a re-vamp, to explain how I use it.
The ritual of shutting down background apps (double tap the home button, select the app until it ‘jiggles’ and press the red x to shut it down, allowing your iPad to run faster as there is less going on in