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FlipQuiz: Old Game, Beautiful New Interface
Classroom Activities / Games

FlipQuiz: Old Game, Beautiful New Interface

I think one of the most common uses of technology I have seen in classrooms is the ever-powerful review game. From clunky PowerPoint templates to cumbersome online Flash versions, Jeopardy is a tried and true method for reviewing concepts at the end of a learning unit. Plus, let’s face the facts: kids love it! If … Continue reading

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Kaizena: Add Voice Comments To Google Docs!
Google Tools / Writing Tools

Kaizena: Add Voice Comments To Google Docs!

During my daily reading of Richard Byrne’s blog, FreeTech4Teachers, I came across his amazing post on Kaizena. As an avid user of Google Documents in the classroom, especially as a means to provide immediate feedback on student’s papers and writing, I was thrilled to learn that¬†Kaizena offered the opportunity to provide audio feedback to students! … Continue reading

The White House Wants You To Weigh-In on EdTech!
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The White House Wants You To Weigh-In on EdTech!

The Obama administration is asking for your ideas on how to boost the development of learning technologies.¬†As part of its Education Datapalooza initiative, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy is asking that interested individuals and organizations send their comments to identify public and private actions that have the potential to accelerate the … Continue reading