In honor of the upcoming holiday, I wanted to share this informational graphic from the US Census Bureau on Memorial Day. While perusing the data on this graphic I realized how little I know about this holiday, and this would be a good way to educate students about our veterans and the history of the … Continue reading InfoFriday: Memorial Day As Told By The US Census
I recently came across a fantastic infographic by Tony Vincent that features tons of ways you can utilize your iPad as a teacher. By breaking down the infographic into verbs like show, manage, assess and interact, Vincent is categorizing how the iPad can be used rather than what the iPad can do. I think this is a very … Continue reading InfoFriday: iPad As The Teacher’s Pet
I stumbled across this fantastic chart by the fine folks at TeachThought and Edudemic and had to share! Unlike my charts on aligning Twitter and Pinterest with Bloom's taxonomy, this chart focuses on teacher actions rather than student actions. Like my charts, however, it is broken down into three main ways teachers can use iPads: consume, … Continue reading 25 Ways Teachers Can Use iPads In The Classroom
Most of the time, the iPad is a fantastic device! Once in a while, though, the iPad can get a little cranky. In these situations, don’t panic! Just try these 5 things, first: Quit Frozen Applications Sometimes certain applications can slow down or have issues that ruin your overall iPad experience. Simply pressing the HOME … Continue reading 5 Things To Try If Your iPad Acts Up + Free Printable!