"In looking more deeply into surveys and how to use them in the classroom through my CEP 812 course work, I was again reminded of how awesome (and adaptable) Google Forms can be. I will share my tip about using them not as a survey tool but as a tool…"
"I enjoy using technology for question and answer and generally giving feedback. For example, Google Forms is a great way to solicit feedback from students at different stages of assessment. I've used Google Forms to allow students to…"
"It's been a while since I used it, but picnik.com has added a ton of functionality and features. I just recently used it with my 6th grade technology students to help them create digital inspirational posters. It was a breeze! Well, for most of…"
"Hi Sarah! Thank you for sharing the calculator app. A math teacher I work with has been exploring calculator options beyond the hefty TI-83s her students use currently. We are going 1:1 next year and have been looking for graphing calculators for…"
"I've been looking at ways for students to use the mobile devices they inevitably walk into my classroom with every year and found some great ideas through the CEP 810 lab on mobile learning. One of the ideas was to use iPod touches or smart…"
"Thank you for sharing this, Reaz. We're looking into a 1:1 device environment and I've been exploring these same options for tracking the device. I hadn't heard of iAlert. I've heard some great stories about Prey as another free…"
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