Yesterday, Richard Brynes posted on his blog FreeTech4Teachers about a great new website: Vialogues. After checking the website out, I knew I had to share! Vialogues allows users to share videos via upload or YouTube content, and then engage in online discussion about the video. Users can then make comments, pose questions and polls, and … Continue reading Vialogues: Video + Dialogue!
Happi Papi is a company created by two parents with the goal of creating fun, artistic and informative apps for children. Their apps range from a variety of subjects and skill levels, including math, motor skills and reading development. In order to better test and develop these apps, which can be played on the iPhone, iPad … Continue reading Happi Papi Gives Educators Free iPad Apps!
Recently I was looking for ways to record and capture screencasts of my amateur photography editing work. Although there are many programs out there, few are free and as easy to use as Screenr. Screenr requires NO SIGN UP, which is possibly my favorite part about the tool. Just launch the screen recorder, adjust the … Continue reading Screenr: Instant Screencasts!
A while ago I posted 10 Educational Technology Quotes I found to be inspiring, provoking, or just witty. Since then, I have been on patrol to find more educational technology quotes, and it has been a hard search! I'm not sure if it's because the field is still relatively new or if it's because I'm … Continue reading 10 More Educational Technology Quotes
Hey everyone! Sorry I have been MIA recently! Just to update you on what's going on, in the last two weeks I have: Graduated with an MSEd in Educational Technology from Johns Hopkins University Packed up everything I own and moved out of Baltimore Drove 24 hours across the country to Houston with two cranky … Continue reading Update! Update! Update! (and LOL of the Week)