Please view the PDF version of my presentation below, which is complete with links to all of the apps and services highlighted in the session today:
Thank you for joining me today to take a tour of 60 of my favorite iOS apps for education in 60 minutes. We will be moving pretty fast, so please use the resources below as your reference and session notes.
Follow along here where you’ll find links and descriptions of all of the apps covered in the session today, or you can find them on my Symbaloo mix. If I didn’t mention one of your favorites, please let me know about it and also take a look at the favorites that others have contributed.
You can also search for apps by grade, subject, Utah Core area, device and cost at UEN’s Apps4Edu site.
Here’s the presentation for our session today:
Here’s the link to view today’s presentation
- ChaCha Smartphone Apps
- Google SMS
- List of Google SMS searches
- My Wiffiti board
- TextMarks, and TextMarks Lite
- Sign up for a free TextMarks account (lite site), or TextMarks for Teachers (14-Day free trial of the full TextMarks experience).
- Check out the MEC2011 TextMarks Group page
- TextMarks Alternatives?
- Poll Everywhere
- Sign up for a free educational Poll Everywhere account
- Poll: When would you use a Student Response System?
- Poll: What Cell Phone Technology Will You Try First?
- Blabberize – Fun site to make your photos talk!
- Great Blabberize examples of student created artwork and poetry brought to life
What if your students do NOT have an unlimited SMS plan or even a cell phone, but they DO have an iPod Touch? Try the textPlus app (iTunes link)
Poll Everywhere polls:
Links and Resources mentioned in this presentation:
- Example Prezi – Mixing Mind and Metaphor
- Prezi ‘Edu Enjoy’ account sign-up page
- Prezi Tutorials
- Animoto for Education sign-up page
- Natural Wonders in Maui 10-minute example I made
- Animoto for Education Features
- Animoto educational case studies
- Google Gmail sign-up page
- Google Docs in Plain English on YouTube
- Examples of student created collaborative Google Presentations from the SEDC region
- Poll Everywhere
- Poll Everywhere Educational Account sign-up page
- Sampe Poll – What Presentation Deadly Sins Have You Broken?
Here’s the ‘Google Docs in Plain English video:
Which Presentation “Deadly Sin” have you broken most often?
- The Conversation Prism
- Joe & His Non-Netbook (YouTube link)
- Twitter in Plain English (YouTube link)
- My twitter page – follow me @sedcclint
- Sign up for a K-12 account on Poll Everywhere
- SEDC Tech Training Facebook Fan Page – facebook.com/sedcclint – become a fan!
- Create your own Facebook Fan Page
- Posterous FAQ Page (learn all about it)
- My Posterous page (you are here!)
- My Videos on Qik (use for live demo)
Are the students of today different than the students of 30 years ago? How about 10? Or even just 3? It is hard to keep up with the pace of change in technology and communication, but as teachers we NEED to be reaching our students on THEIR turf, in the way that THEY learn and understand – and that is probably a little different than how you or I learn.
- Qik – http://qik.com or http://qik.com/sedcclint for the stream of today’s session
- Posterous – http://www.posterous.com
- Poll Everywhere – http://www.polleverywhere.com/
- Facebook Fan Pages – http://www.facebook.com/pages/create.php and here’s the SEDC Tech Training Fan Page
- TextMarks – http://www.textmarks.com/
- Gabcast – http://www.gabcast.com/
- ChaCha – http://www.chacha.com/
- Google SMS – http://www.google.ca/mobile/sms/index.html
- Create an account… Er, skip that. You don’t need to do this.
- Email your thoughts, photos, audio & videos along with any Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or PDF file to email@example.com
- That’s it. You have just created a new web site and made your first entry.
he new 21st Century mode of instruction…
SketchUp is a tool for creating, editing and sharing 3D models. The SketchUp “secret sauce” is a unique set of powerful tools that are designed to be easy to learn and use. This amazing and powerful software has been made available to all Utah schools free of charge from Google! Come and peek over my shoulder for a quick primer on how SketchUp models are made, what they can show you, and where to go to learn more.