As always, FT4T produced a great list of 12 tools for creating flipped classroom lessons. Check them out and start flipping!
A very useful list with apps, links to them, and their brief description.
I know many of our faculty use WordPress blogs for their courses. There is an app to make it multilingual! Check it out.
Many apps in this post are for kids in schools; but some are quite appropriate for our students as well. Check them out!
Categories include: video creation, digital storytelling, presentation tools, photo editing, commenting tools, and many other.
Another great post from EmergingEdTech!
Try these tools out!
- Learning Paths
- Remind (formerly ‘Remind101’)
From Faculty Focus: “You know that trusted colleague who always has a smart way of solving some of the stickiest teaching problems? The one who’s a rich repository of pedagogically effective techniques, new ideas, strategies that work and pragmatic things you can do in the college classroom?
Now you can access all that knowledge in a free app: The Teaching Professor Tips app.
The Teaching Professor Tips app delivers a daily teaching tip to your smartphone or tablet. Brief and to the point, each tip provides a nugget of practical wisdom regarding assignment strategies, student engagement, classroom management, grading and feedback, instructional vitality, or other topics of interest to today’s college faculty.
The app lets users: Continue reading
Adobe released a free new app for iPad designed to give “voice” to educators and students who want to create engaging presentations, combining voice, video, motion graphics, still images and music. Read more about Adobe Voice!
It is finally here!