Tag Archives: Class

Kern Medical hosting educational class for new, expecting parents

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – Kern Medical is hosting the Safe Home, Safe Baby program, a class designed to help parents avoid common mistakes that can lead to sudden infant death.  In collaboration with the Bakersfield Firefighter’s Burn Foundation, First 5 Kern and the Kern County Department of Public, the class is geared toward local families about fire […]

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Educational Resources: Classroom Jumbo Decor Set – Set of 4 (Our Class is Out of this Wold, Winning Team, Busy Bees, & We’re a Great Bunch)

4 Colorful Classroom Wall or Bulletin Board Decor Sets includes Budy Bees, We’re a Great Bunch, Our Class is Out of this World, Winning Team. Each of the Jumbo Decor Sets cincludes 1 Jumbo Decor Wall or Bulletin Board Poster and 25 Room Decor Pieces Product Features 4 Colorful Classroom Wall or Bulletin Board Decor […]

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Here Is A Fabulous Tool for Creating Class Newspapers and Informational Brochures

February 25, 2017Over the last few years, we have reviewed a number of interesting web tools and applications teachers and students can use to create digital magazines and newspapers. In today’s post we are bringing to your attention another important tool in this regard. Printing Press, from ReadWriteThink, is one of the most popular web […]

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Here Is An Excellent Tool for Creating Comic Strips to Use in Class

February 19, 2017ReadWriteThink is one of our favourite websites we turn to for free educational tools and materials we recommend for teachers. Today we spent sometime sifting through Student Interactives section and picked out for you this excellent tool called Comic Creator. As its name indicates, this web-based application allows you to easily create and […]

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An Interesting Tool to Create Visual Art Works to Use in Class

February 10, 2017FotoJet is  an online tool you can use to edit photos, make collage and design Facebook Cover, Facebook Post, Instagram Post, Twitter Header, YouTube Channel Art, and Poster, etc. You can use both basic and advanced options to edit your photos, also you can add effects, overlay and frame to modify photos. Fotojet […]

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A Very Good Visual on How to Evaluate Educational Apps to Use in Your Class

February 4, 2017Apps are the backbone of mobile learning. They provide students with limitless learning opportunities and empower them with a variety of educational tools to help them learn anywhere and anytime they want. There are tons of apps out there. In its 2016 report on mobile Internet usage, Statista shared reported that Google Play […]

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An Excellent Guide from Apple to Help You Evaluate Educational Apps to Use in Class

January 28, 2017 According to Statista’s 2016 stats, iTunes App Store contains over 2 million apps with more apps being designed and uploaded every single day.  A large portion of these apps are education oriented and cover a wide variety of subjects from learning a new language to virtually exploring the human body. However, not all […]

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Important Tips on How to Use Pages to Create Beautiful Documents and Reports for Your Class

January 12, 2017Pages is an excellent word processor for iOS users. It offers a wide variety of powerful features that allow you to create beautiful resumes, reports, and documents. You can choose from over 60 Apple-designed templates or use a blank template then add text, images, shapes to start your document. You also have access […]

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Free Interactive Guides to Foster Creativity and Enhance Productivity in Class Using Mac

December 21, 2016We are huge fans of Apple products and we strongly believe in their educational potential. We particularly focus on iPad and Macs as these are by far the most popular gadgets among teachers and students (please note that we have never been paid by Apple to review any of their products or apps) […]

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4 Great Google Drive Tools to Create Stunning Visual Content to Use in Class

Adding some variety to your teaching content can positively impact students learning and comprehension. Web 2.0 technologies empower teachers with various educational tools and apps to create engaging content. In today’s post, we are sharing with you some examples of applications to utilize with your Google Drive to design beautiful visual content to incorporate in […]

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Teachers' Guide to Using Blogs in Class

In an earlier post here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, we argued that setting up a class virtual space in the cloud is an indispensable task for today’s teachers. This space can preferably be a website, a blog, or a wiki or, if possible, all of them. The educational benefits of having such a […]

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A Collection of Some Very Good iPad Apps for Creating Story Books in Class

A great way to engage students in productive literacy practices is to provide them with the tools and opportunities to help them compose and narrate stories through the use of  a mixture of multimedia materials that include pictures, text, audio, and video. Besides enhancing their writing skills, this form of composition helps them express themselves […]

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Freedom Area Educational Foundation 2016 Hall of Fame Class announced

The Freedom Area Educational Foundation has announced the honorees inducted into its ninth Hall of Fame class. A banquet will be held Saturday at the Columbian Room in the Wexford area. The honorees: Chris Haskell, class of 1989, is a global entrepreneur. After graduating from Geneva College with a bachelor’s degree in physics and applied […]

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Teachers Guide to Creating Google Plus Collections for Your Class

Google Plus has recently introduced an interesting new feature called Collections which is basically a curating tool that resembles Pinterest. You can easily create collections where you can organize and group posts by topic. ‘Each collection can be shared publicly, privately, or with a custom set of people. Once you create your first collection, your […]

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