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Let’s Feed The Very Hungry Caterpillar Game

Children move colorful, 3D sculpted caterpillars from fruit to fruit, collecting a unique butterfly puzzle piece each time they stop to “eat.” The first player to collect all five puzzle pieces and build a beautiful butterfly wins the game! Children practice decision-making by moving any direction on the board. They mix and match beautiful butterfly […]

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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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5 Very Good Educational Apps Free Today

November 20, 2016In this week’s pick of educational apps that are on sale we selected for you the five titles below. Using these apps will enable you to convert any web page to PDF for offline reading (this is one of our favourite iPad app), learn alphabets through beautiful visualizations, create visually attractive sketches and […]

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A Very Good Poster Featuring 16 Educational iPad Apps for Special Needs Students

Here is another handy visual we created for those of you teaching students with special needs. This work is based on a chart we posted here a few months ago. The visual features some very good iPad apps for teachers and parents of kids with learning disabilities. We have arranged the apps into four main categories: apps […]

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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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A Very Good Video Tutorial on How to Set Up A Flipped Classroom

Here is one of my favourite videos on flipped classroom. In this funny and insightful video, Keith Hughes explains the idea behind the flipped classroom and provides some excellent tips for teachers who want to integrate the flipped teaching methodology in their instruction. The video is a little bit long (24 minutes) but is really […]

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A Very Good Collection of Educational Tools and Apps for Math Teachers

This is the seventh post in a series of posts featuring a number of EdTech charts for teachers.  Today’s chart contains some very good resources for math teachers.  We have arranged these resources into 8 main categories: iPad math apps, Android math apps, Chrome math apps, Graphing calculator apps, Math games, calculator apps, and web-based tools for […]

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A Very Good Collection of Academic Search Engines for Teachers

Wikipedia has this comprehensive list of major academic databases and search engines. This list has over 50 titles neatly organized based on the discipline they target. From sociology to agriculture, almost all disciplines are covered. These search engines are especially useful for teachers, educators, and academic researchers looking for  a quick access to  articles published […]

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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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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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Some Very Good Chrome Apps Used By Fellow Teachers

July 25, 2016One of the most fascinating things about running a service like edshelf is seeing trends in search behaviors. Searches for iPad and iPhone apps continue to dominate, though searches for Google Chromebook apps are rising faster than any other platform. Here are some notable Google Chrome apps used by fellow educators. Socrative Teacher  […]

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Some very Good Resources to Help You Effectively Integrate Chromebooks in Your Teaching

July 17, 2016In yesterday’s post we talked about Google Training Centre and the different professional development opportunities it provides for teachers and educators. Today we are highlighting a particular section from Google Training Centre dedicated to Chromebooks. This is a unit that contains a number of lessons and resources to help teachers make the best […]

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10 Very Good New Educational Web Tools for Teachers

June 27, 2016Below is a collection of some new educational web tools and mobile apps to try out in your instruction.  The purpose is to keep you updated about the new releases in the EdTech world and empower you with the necessary technology to take your teaching and learning to the next level.  Some of […]

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3 Very Good Chromebook Tools for Creating Educational Timelines in Class

June 24, 2016For those of you asking about Chromebook tools to use for creating timelines, the collection below is a good place to start with. It features three of our favourite tools we have repeatedly covered in previous posts here in EdTech and mLearning. These tools are web based, simple and easy to use. Students […]

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