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A Collection of Some of The Best Educational Mac Apps to Use in Your Classroom

January 27, 2017Mac is an excellent and versatile piece of gadgetry with a huge educational potential.  It empowers teachers and students with endless teaching and learning opportunities and enable them to explore, design and engage in creative learning activities. To help you make the best of this device in your instruction, we are sharing with […]

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A Collection of Some of The Best Web Tools and Mobile Apps for Creating Educational Timelines

January 9, 2017Below is our 2016 collection featuring some of the best web tools and mobile apps teachers can use to create educational timelines. ‘The great thing about timelines is that they can be incorporated in the teaching of almost any subject. Students can use them to conceptualize events and visualize processes. They can also […]

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A Good Infographic Featuring Some of The Best iPad Apps for Writers (2017 Version)

January 3, 2017Here is an interesting infographic we have been working on over the last few days. The visual is inspired by Apple’s classification of writing apps featured in App Store. We did some tweaking to Apple’s list of apps and categories and added another category named Mind Mapping apps and the final result is […]

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A Handy Chart Featuring Some of The Best QR Code Apps and Tools for Teachers

December 6, 2016If you are planning to use QR codes with your students in class the chart below provides you with some of the best web tools and mobile apps for generating and reading QR codes. And as we have argued elsewhere, there are several ways to integrated QR code technology in your teaching. In […]

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A Collection of Some of The BestTools and Apps for Creating Mind Maps

As an organizational tool, a mind map helps students structure their information and data in a visual format that enhances retention and comprehensibility. Mind mapping is proved to boost a number of key thinking skills that include creating, synthesizing and analyzing information. Students can use them to visually brainstorm ideas on a given topic, methodically […]

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Some New Interesting Educational Resources from GoConqr

The popular platform  GoConqr has recently added a bunch of new interesting updates to enhance  its user experience and provide learners with more educational resources and tools . Below is a quick run-down of the main features added to GoConqr: 1- Public study groups“GoConqr Groups gives millions of users a place to connect with other […]

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Some of The Best iPad Apps for 1:1 Classroom

The massive embrace of technology in education has radically transformed teaching pedagogy giving birth to some new instructional approaches that were, to the very recent past, unheard of. It has also helped in creating teaching environments where personalized and student-centerer learning is encouraged. One such environment is what is known as the 1:1 iPad classroom. […]

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Some Very Good Search Engines for Academics and Educators

In today’s post I am sharing with you some interesting search engines ideal for folks in engaged in social science research.Researchers working in the fields of psychology, anthropology, and related subjects will find great results using these search engines. Behavioral Brain Science Archive: Check out this searchable archive to find extensive psychology and brain science […]

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Some Very Good Chrome Apps for Music Teachers

We received few requests from some of  our readers here in EdTech and mLearning asking about a good Chromebook app to use for creating and editing music. Below is a collection of what we would recommend in this regard. These are some of the most popular in the Music and Radio category in Chrome App Store. Although some of […]

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Some Helpful Chrome Tips for Teachers

Below is a collection of some handy tips to use on your Chrome browser. These are basically simple hacks to help you make the best of your Chrome experience. While we have included only instructions on how to use these tips on Chrome for the web,  we have also provided links to pages with more […]

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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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Here Is A Collection of Some of The Best iPad Apps for High School Teachers

After writing about iPad apps for elementary teachers, we are sharing with you today a list designed specifically for our colleagues teaching in high school. Of course there are tons of good educational iPad apps out there but limiting our list to only 10  titles forces us to selectively feature what we believe, based on our […]

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Some Excellent Educational YouTube Channels for Teachers

YouTube is absolutely one of the best sources of educational videos out there. It hosts tons of video content some of which is tailored specifically for the educational community. There is now a growing number of YouTube channels created by teachers and educators where you can find teaching materials to use in your class. over […]

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Some Interesting Resources for Teachers Professional Development

Below are two great resources for teachers professional development. Both of these platforms have been featured in separate posts in the past. Teachers can use them to access a wide variety of professional development resources including: tips on how to better integrate technology in your instruction, lesson plans ideas, webinars, training events and many more. […]

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