10 things to do on your iPad

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When I reflect back to early versions of iOS and the workarounds that teachers and students used to have to jump through hoops to complete through third-party applications, the iOS operating system has come a very long way from where it used to be. Source: Ten things every educator should be able to do with their […]

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Help your students evaluate internet resources with the Britannica Insights Chrome extension

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Help your students evaluate internet resources with the Britannica Insights Chrome extension. Source: Britannica Insights – Chrome Web Store The Britannica Insights extends the Google search results with an additional panel of information that links to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Google has already been doing this with Wikipedia links. The extension doesn’t show for all search results. For example, […]

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Design a street with Streetmix

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Design a street with Streetmix. Streetmix is an website that allows you to design your own street. You can place various roads, sidewalks, public transportation, etc. in your street. I could see students using this to redesign streets in their home town and try to answer problems such as the lack of sidewalks or places to […]

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The regular way – trying something new

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Think about the lawyers who’ve been hugely successful doing what they have done for 20-30+ years in law firms. They aren’t seeing the shift to needing to be technically competent, using technology to be more efficient, using social media to connect with potential clients, or restructuring their firm to take advantage of a variety of […]

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