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This course contains all of the SimpleK12 award winning webinars on this subject area. Inside these webinars, you'll find substantial content and real-life examples to inspire your students and enhance your classroom. Many of the world's top teachers, administrators and education experts choose the Teacher Learning Community to build their 21st century skills and learn best practices... it's great to have you with us!

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  • Mobile Learning
Digitize and Streamline Classroom Paperwork using Your iPad
Do you feel as though you are buried under paperwork?more...
Use Your iPad to Share Resources, Collaborate, and Eliminate Paperwork
Like many educators, do you have lots of great resources you'd like to share with your colleagues or students, but aren't sure of the best way to go about it?more...
Using Your iPad to Break Free: Don't Be Chained to Your Desktop Computer
Do you have an Interactive Whiteboard (IWB), but hate being stuck behind your computer?more...
Beyond Pen and Paper: Online Notetaking with the iPad
As educators, we frequently stress to our students the importance of taking good notes, and there are often times when we need to take good notes as well.more...
Fighting Engagement Deficit Disorder with Blended Instruction
Getting and keeping your students' attention can frequently be a challenge.more...
Stories on the Go: Digital Storytelling with Mobile Devices
Students enjoy listening to stories and creating their own stories.more...
Easily Create Detailed Classroom Observations with iPad Apps
Many educators have found themselves increasingly tasked with providing detailed observations and assessments of student behavior and work.more...
Using Quizzes and Games in the iPad Classroom
Create fun, impromptu classroom quizzes and games that engage students and provide instant feedback.more...
Calling All Administrators: There's an App for That
Administrators: You manage multiple tasks and communicate with several stakeholders throughout a given day.more...
Using QR Codes to Engage Students
Quick Response codes, or QR codes, have sometimes been referred to barcodes on steroids.more...
20 Free iPad Apps Educators Can't Live Without!
There are thousands of free iPad Apps out there, but finding the perfect ones for you can be tough.more...
Connecting and Collaborating with VoiceThread and Your iPad
Have you ever wanted to begin a collaborative project or share information, but didn't want to be stuck in a single medium.more...
Using iPad Screencasting to Facilitate Deeper Learning
Have you ever heard, "The best way to learn anything is to teach it to someone else"?more...
iPad Apps for Administrators' Classroom Observations
Administrators have long done observations of teachers, but now more than ever, administrators are being required to observe and document more often and in greater detail.more...
10 Ideas for Using Mobile Devices Offline to Motivate Learners
Mobile devices are powerful learning tools.more...
Choosing Apps that Support Instruction: Tips for Administrators
First use of a new technology often becomes entrenched use- even when better resources are identified later.more...
10 Must-have iPad and Android Apps for Admins
The touch tablet is the consumer electronic with the fastest adoption rate ever.more...
Creating Content Using Tablets: Tips for Teachers and Administrators
When new users talk about tablet technologies, they nearly always focus on use of apps where students are consumers of content.more...
15 iPad Tips for Teachers
If you're lucky enough to have an iPad, you may have noticed that when your iPad arrived, it didn't come with an instruction manual!more...
Using Your iPad to Make Movies on the Go!
Have iPad, will travel!more...
iPad Lessons: Putting it All Together
Why use only one app at a time for lessons?more...
iPad Applications for Supporting Struggling Readers
Do you have students who are struggling with reading - and therefore struggling to learn?more...
iPad Applications for Math Intervention
Do you have students who are struggling with math?more...
Mobile Apps for Administrators
When it comes to mobile learning there are loads of great sites that have apps for kids and teachers.more...
Special Accommodations and Apps for the Visually Impaired
If you need to provide special accommodations for blind or visually impaired students, this webinar is for you!more...
iPad Apps for Higher Order Thinking Skills: Analyzing to Creating
There are so many iPad apps out there, that it can often be intimidating trying to figure out which apps best suit the objectives and the higher order skills you are trying to foster.more...
iPad Apps for Higher Order Thinking Skills: Remembering to Applying
There are so many iPad apps out there, that it can often be intimidating trying to figure out which apps best suit the objectives and the higher order skills you are trying to foster.more...
Create Your Own eBook with iBooks Author
Ever think you could create a better text book than the manufacturers?more...
Transform Classroom Practice with iPad Technologies in the Elementary Classroom
Would you like to transform student learning and engagement in your elementary classroom?more...
Google Forms and Tablets: Collecting Data on the Fly
With the proliferation of tablets and mobile devices, it has become easier to collect and store data almost anywhere.more...
It's Hip to be Square; QR Codes for the Classroom
QR Codes are appearing everywhere.more...
iPad Apps for the Elementary Educator
Everywhere you look, people are talking about mobile learning devices.more...
Designing iPad Lessons - Focus on the Objective, Not the App!
Do you know what the key to finding the right apps for your classroom?more...
Assessing Student Learning with iPads
You've no doubt heard - or know - that iPads are amazing teaching and learning tools.more...
Implementing 1:1 iPad Programs
Managing expectations and great planning are key to a successful iPad 1:1 implementation.more...
From the Mouths of Babes: Peer to Peer Instruction via the iPad
Are you harnessing the power of peer instruction in your classroom?more...
Increase Classroom Mobility: Control Your Computer or IWB with Your iPad
As the iPad makes us more and more mobile, there are still a few school and classroom tasks that require sitting in front of a computer desktop.more...
How Admins can Model, Motivate, and Manage with Mobile Devices
Administrators have to lead, be out in the forefront, and model great behavior.more...
Implementing an iPad Pilot
Is your school or district thinking about implementing an iPad pilot?more...
Give Your Low-Tech Classroom a Mobile Makeover!
Are you frustrated by the lack of technology in your classroom?more...
Using iPads in the Primary Classroom
It is often amazing how even the youngest children seem to take so quickly to the iPad interface.more...
How to Find the Best iPad App at the Best Price
There are a ton of iPad apps out there, and finding the ones you want can be daunting!more...
Create Awesome Presentations on Your iPad!
For many educators electronic presentations are often a necessity and staple within the classroom.more...
Text Messaging in the Classroom: A Powerful Instruction Tool
Most students love to text message - maybe too much.more...
Extend Your Impact on Students and Parents Using Mobile Technologies
A common frustration among educators is the inability to spend one-to-one time with every student every day.more...
20 MORE Free iPad Apps Educators Can't Live Without!
There are thousands of free iPad Apps out there, but finding the perfect ones for you can be tough.more...
Increase Student Productivity with free iPad Apps!
As educators we want students not only to learn new things, but also to produce and create new things.more...
iPad Apps to Support Literacy: Within the Library and Throughout The School
A key challenge at any school is to increase student literacy - and one fun and effective way of doing this is by using iPads.more...
The 1 iPad Classroom: How to Use a Single iPad Productively
Have you been struggling to figure out how you can use your iPad effectively with all of the students in your classroom?more...
Express Yourself with Screencasting iPad Apps
Ever wished you could get inside a student's head to figure out what he or she is thinking?more...
App Attack: Art, Music, Physical Education
Are you having trouble finding art, music, or physical education apps for your classroom?more...
iPhoneography for the Classroom
Today's mobile devices have cameras that rival the image quality of more expensive traditional cameras.more...
Customizing the iPad and Selecting Apps to Meet IEP Goals for Students with Disabilities
The iPad can be a terrific tool for students with disabilities, as well as their teachers, and this webinar will discuss ways to integrate the iPad into their learning environment.more...
10 Offline Activities to do with an iPad
iPads offer great opportunities for our students to learn hands-on in engaging activities.more...
App Attack: Special Needs
Did you know that the iPad has built in features for Special Needs students?more...
Structured Review Activities Using Free Web Tools and Mobile Devices
Would you like to create engaging review activities that help your students review concepts and learn vocabulary?more...
Everything Apps for the Middle School and High School Educator
Everywhere you look, people are talking about mobile learning devices.more...
iPad Apps for Special Ed: Reading, Math, Social, and Fine Motor Skills
Are you a special education teacher with an iPad, but aren't sure what to do next?more...
10 Activities that Will Have You Moving with Your iPad
The iPad has the ability to transform the way we learn.more...
Tips and Tools for Managing Your iPad
iPads are amazing, but there are lots of little tips and tricks that make their use even easier and more fun.more...
Using Google Forms and Tablets for Classroom Walk-Throughs
Using Google Forms, administrators can quickly and easily create walk-through forms for classroom observations.more...
Which iPad Browser is Right For You? - Going Beyond Safari
The iPad comes with Apple's Safari browser built in, but is there ever just one "app for that"?more...
Tips for Navigating the iOS App Store
As simple as it may sound, navigating the App Store is sometimes a bit confusing and tricky - especially for novice users.more...
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Programs: Current Trends
Many students and parents support the idea of bringing and using their own devices at school, and many experts predict that BYOD initiatives will take hold in education.more...
An eBook Initiative: Making A Difference
Have you ever considered the benefits of moving your school or district to eBooks?more...
iPad Apps for Special Ed: Reading, Math, Speech, and Behavior
While iPads and iPad apps can be engaging and aid in instruction in almost any classroom, they can be especially useful in the Special Ed classroom.more...
10 Activities You Can Do With QR Codes
You've seen them - those funny, square QR codes that surround us daily - but have you ever considered using them in the classroom?more...
Grading on the Go: Using the iPad to Grade Student Work
Do you spend a lot of time writing comments on student papers?more...
Publish Yourself and Your Students: Creating eBooks
Have you ever wanted to publish your own work or your students' work?more...
Setting Up and Managing iOS Devices
Have you been tasked with setting up and configuring iOS devices for your classroom or your school?more...
Getting Your iBook Published in iTunes
How cool would it be for a student to see his or her name in the iBookstore on iTunes?more...
iTunes U: Free Information and Classes Right at Your Fingertips!
Do you have an iPad and would like to know more information on various topics?more...
Amazing Organizational and Timesaving Apps for the Connected Teacher
Learning online can be an incredible journey, but at some point you may feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of resources.more...
Full STEAM Ahead: Girls as STEM Scholars in the iPad Learning Environment
Research suggests that many girls lag behind in STEM-related subjects so what are some ways to bridge this gender gap?more...
10 Thanksgiving Activities to Engage Learners
Thanksgiving is a great time to get students learning about citizenship and teamwork.more...
We Like to Bring It! Ideas for Bringing Your Own Device (BYOD) for 1:1
Technology has become a staple in our students' lives.more...
How to Manage and Implement a BYLD (Bring Your Learning Device) Initiative
Would you like to save money on technology integration, better engage students, and improve learning at your school?more...
Flipping your Elementary Classroom with Only One iPad
Wouldn't it be nice to have an extra set of hands in the classroom to work with students while you worked with a small group?more...
Top Apps for English Language Learners (ELL)
The National Center for Education Statistics reports more than 11 million school-age children in the U.more...
Grammar Challenges: Make the Mundane Meaningful!
When you're teaching grammar to your students do they lose interest, complain that it is boring, or fail to see its relevancy?more...
Augmentative and Alternative Communication iPad Apps for Special Needs
The iPad has opened up a whole new world for students with significant disabilities - allowing many of them to communicate and interact like never before.more...
Meeting Common Core Technology Skills
Did you know that the word technology appears in the Common Core State Standards 20 different times?more...
Energize ELA Lessons: iPad Apps that Align to Common Core
Are you an elementary or middle school teacher looking for ways to revitalize and energize your Language Arts lessons, while meeting some of the Common Core Standards for ELA?more...
Entice Reluctant Middle and High School Readers with Engaging MobileApps
With all of their digital distractions, it can often be challenging to get many older students interested in reading, but using an iPad or other tablet can help to spark their enthusiasm for books.more...
Stop Repeating Yourself: Create Easy Student Instructional Guides
Do you feel as though you are constantly repeating instructions, or are there certain guidelines or processes you'd like to document?more...
Maximize Productivity and Data Results with Mobile Walk-Throughs
Like most school administrators, do you find that sometimes you don't have enough hours in the day?more...
Let's Partner Up! Pair Work Activities with the iPad
Using iPads allows students to create, think critically, and problem solve.more...
Using Your iPad Effectively in a One iPad Classroom
Are you struggling to find ways to effectively use your single iPad in a classroom full of students?more...
It's Elementary: Mobile Science Apps for K-5
Would you like to engage your elementary students, spark inquiry, and help science concepts come alive for them?more...
Using Technology to Support Danielson's 4th Domain: Professional Responsibilities
Danielson's 4th Domain, Professional Responsibilities, addresses the work that teachers need to do behind the scenes in order to improve their professional practice.more...
Elementary Math and Reading Apps That Align to Common Core
Would you like to engage your elementary students with Math and Reading apps that align to Common Core?more...
Tuned into Learning! Engaging iPad Activities for Teens
Teenagers can often be a difficult group to engage, but technology can help motivate teens to tune in to their learning.more...
Lesson Planning with an iPad
Do you have an iPad for your classroom but are unsure how to best use it for planning and delivering instruction?more...
Free Assessment Tools for Classrooms Using One-To-One Technology
If you are fortunate enough to have one-to-one technology in your classroom, you are likely using a variety of learning tools, but are you making full use of time-saving assessment tools?more...
Tips From an iPrincipal: 10 iPad Apps Administrators Must Have
As an administrator, you are no doubt pressed for time - and looking for ways to enhance your productivity and use your time more efficiently.more...
Picture Perfect iPad Apps: Conveying Information with Pictures
If a picture is worth a 1,000 words, think of the amount of information you or your students could convey with the right pictures - especially if they could be combined and shared with other pictures, markups, comments, or captions.more...
A New User's Guide to Using an iPad
You have a new iPad, now what?more...
iPad Tips: An Overview for New Users
Although the iPad is promoted as being intuitive and easy-to-use right out of the box, some features might not be readily apparent to all, and new users can often benefit from a brief overview of what's available.more...
Get Students Excited about Reading with the iPad
Are you looking for ways to engage your students with literature so that they develop necessary reading skills while enjoying the material?more...
Working Together: iPad Apps that Facilitate Student Collaboration
While working together can often lead to great projects and develop collaborative skills, it can sometimes also create logistical problems as students try to share and integrate information.more...
Around the World in 30 Minutes: iPad Applications for Social Studies
Would you like to engage your elementary students, take them on a virtual field trip, and help history come alive for them?more...
The Interactive iPad Classroom: More Engagement, Participation, and Fun!
Want to increase student engagement, participation, and fun in your classroom?more...
Cool iPad Tools for Elementary Teachers
Would you like to be able to run your elementary classroom more smoothly and efficiently?more...
iPad Apps to Support Literacy Strands
Most educators would agree that students' literacy is crucial to their academic success - and a great way to promote literacy across all strands is with the use engaging iPad apps.more...
Inspire Real World Learning Through Mobile Devices
How do we encourage learners to apply their knowledge within a meaningful context?more...
Project Based Learning with Mobile Devices
Educators have long realized the impact of hands-on learning for engaging and motivating learners.more...
iPad Applications for Middle and High School Math Intervention and Acceleration
Do you have students who are struggling or need acceleration with math?more...
Eww, That's Gross! Science Apps for Middle and High School Students
Would you like to engage your middle and high school students, spark inquiry, and help science concepts come alive for them?more...
Interactive Math and Science Resources for Special Education
Finding a well-rounded assortment of Math and Science resources to meet the needs of diverse learners is not always easy.more...
Mathemagic: Math Resources for Grades K-2
With the increasing emphasis on core subjects, it is more important than ever that students begin with a good foundation in math, and having the right resources to teach it can improve student understanding and scores.more...
Mathemagic: Math Resources for Grades 3-6
With the increasing emphasis on core subjects, it is more important than ever that students begin with a good foundation in math, and having the right resources to teach it can improve student understanding and scores.more...
Super Science Resources for Grades K-2
Young children are often curious and inquisitive by nature, so why not channel that curiosity and inquiry into an enthusiastic exploration of science?more...
Super Science Resources for Grades 3-6
Some students dread science or find it boring, but it doesn't have to be like that!more...
Maximize and Multiply Math Skills with Websites, Web Tools, and Apps
How would you like to maximize, magnify, and multiply your students' math skills?more...
Connect, Create, and Collaborate with Science Websites, Web Tools, and Apps
Would you like to discover ways for your students to connect, create, and collaborate as they investigate and explore a variety of scientific ideas, models, and concepts!more...
Digital Storytelling Using the iPad
We have all experienced the magic of reading or hearing a compelling story.more...
Researching Effectively with Mobile Devices: Note Taking and Bookmarking
Mobile devices are effective for improving literacy for students because they get students engaged in skills such as note taking, bookmarking, scanning information, and summarizing large amounts of reading.more...
Keyboarding Strategies for the iPad
As more and more users switch to iPads and other tablets, the way in which many people learn to keyboard is changing, and even those who know how to type on a standard keyboard find they need to learn new strategies for typing on a tablet.more...
Using iPad Apps to Meet IEP Goals in Special Ed
While having well-thought-out Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals can positively impact special needs students' learning outcomes, meeting those goals can often be challenging.more...
Content Creation: iPad Apps for the Special Needs Classroom
The latest version of the iPad is equipped with a camera capable of capturing both high resolution images and video.more...
Using iBooks Author with a Focus on Accessibility and Diverse Needs
Are you trying to reach students with diverse learning styles or special needs?more...
iPad Implementation: One School's Story
Have you been thinking about implementing iPads in your school or district?more...
Empowering All Students: iPads in Special Needs Classrooms
The iPad has the ability to work wonders with Special Needs students.more...
Researching Effectively through Mobile Devices: Curation and Aggregation
Many schools are beginning to see the potential and effectiveness of using mobile devices to improve literacy, because they get students engaged in skills such as note taking, bookmarking, scanning information, and summarizing large amounts of reading.more...
Keyboarding for Grades K-6: Online Web Resources and Apps
In this digital age, good keyboarding skills are becoming more and more crucial - even at the elementary grade levels.more...
Implementing UDL in the Special Needs Classroom with iPad Apps
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles for curriculum development that give all individuals equal opportunities to learn.more...
iPad Management in the 1-iPad (or Few-iPad) Classroom
Do you have an iPad - or perhaps a couple - that you'd like to use in your classroom, but aren't sure how to use and share them effectively with all of your students?more...
Free iPad Apps for Classroom Management
Whether you're a teacher with one iPad or are working in a 1:1 classroom, there are plenty of free apps you can use to keep your students in check.more...
Using Digital Storytelling on the iPad to Foster Key Skills
Would you like to help your students develop and enhance their creativity, information fluency, communication, and collaboration skills?more...
Transforming Your Instructional Approach within a 1:1 Chromebook Environment
Are you thinking about deploying a 1:1 Google Chromebook initiative in your school or district?more...
I'm Invincible! Superhero Activities & Apps to Promote Literacy and Empower Students
Students of various ages and backgrounds can usually find a superhero to identify with.more...
Going Google: An Overview of Google's iOS Apps
While Google and Apple may be staunch competitors in the mobile market, that doesn't mean there aren't great Google apps available for the iOS platform.more...
From Enhancement to Transformation: Using the SAMR Model and iPad Apps to Empower All Learners
The iPad not only provides built-in accessibility options for people with a wide range of special needs, but also supports a growing collection of apps that complement these accessibility features.more...
Engaging Lessons and Activities for English Language Learners Using Free iPad Apps
Are you using iPads - or hoping to use iPads - with English Language Learners and looking for new lessons that will promote student engagement and academic success?more...
iPad Apps for the ESL/ELL Classroom: Literacy Skills
Building strong literacy skills is an important foundation for the success of English Language Learners.more...
iPad Apps for the ESL/ELL Classroom: Vocabulary Acquisition
English Language Learners need support, reinforcement, and practice when building their vocabulary.more...
How to Launch a Successful School iPad Program
Are you struggling with the most effective ways to Implement iPads in your School or District?more...
Halloween Fun: Monster Lesson Ideas, Apps, and Resources for Grades K-5
Elementary grade students are often excited by the idea of Halloween, so if Halloween is around the corner, why not add a bit of spooky fun to your curriculum and take advantage of the Halloween spirit with monster themed activities?more...
Zombie Attack! Zombie Lesson Ideas, Apps, & Resources for Grades 5-12
Older students love zombies, which is why movies, comics, video games, and books about zombies are teen favorites.more...
Free Apps to Support Integrated Co-teaching with General and Special Needs Students
While Integrated Co-Teaching (ICT) in a mixed classroom of general and special needs students is typically beneficial to all students, it can also provide a unique set of challenges.more...
Upgrading to iOS 7: What Now?
The new iOS 7 operating system is available, but now what?more...
Mobile Apps for Creating Special Holiday Gifts
The holidays are just around the corner, and nothing is better than creating and receiving personalized and creative gifts for families and friends.more...
You're in Good Hands! Using Mobile Devices and Apps in Education
Students are now carrying mobile computers in their pockets every day.more...
Google Anywhere: An Overview of Google's Mobile Apps
While Google and Apple may be staunch competitors in the mobile market, that doesn't mean there aren't great Google apps available for both the iOS and Android platforms.more...
Using Mobile Devices to Engage K-5 Gifted Students and Meet Common Core Standards
Keeping gifted students engaged and enthusiastic while helping them do quality work and reach their fullest potential can be challenging.more...
Personalizing Learning with the iPad® to Empower Interactivity and Student Thinking
Learning is intensely personal to every student.more...
Easy QR Code Projects to Differentiate and Energize Learning
Would you like to differentiate your lessons to better meet your students' individual needs and learning styles?more...
Augmented Reality in the Secondary Classroom: Increase Learning and Engagement
You may have heard of Augmented Reality (AR) or thought it was cool, but did you know that it can be used to enhance student learning, increase achievement, and improve the classroom environment?more...
Create Amazing Digital Stories Easily with Green-screen Effects and an iPad
Digital storytelling can be a great way for students to develop creativity and communication skills as they enhance their technology and organization skills.more...
Don't Be a One and Done: Creative Ways of Reaching All Students with Multiple Apps
Are you a "One and Done" type of teacher?more...
Transitioning to College: Building a Technology Toolkit
Having, and knowing how to use, the correct technology tools can make the transition to higher education a bit easier.more...
10 Free Augmented Reality Apps for Your Elementary Classroom
Would you like to utilize the imagination and creativity of your elementary age students while enhancing learning, increasing achievement, and improving the classroom environment?more...
Tablet Management in the 1-Tablet (or Few-tablet) Classroom
Do you have a tablet - or perhaps a couple - that you'd like to use in your classroom, but aren't sure how to use and share them effectively with all of your students?more...
Mobile Apps for Supporting Struggling Readers
Do you have students who are struggling with reading - and therefore struggling to learn?more...
Create and Control Interactive Lessons for Mobile Devices
Mobile devices are great for individual exploration and personalized learning, but have you ever wished you could control the content your students see or that you could limit their activities on these devices?more...
Create Your Own Personalized Augmented Reality Content: It's Easier than You Think!
You may have seen or used Augmented Reality (AR) apps that were pre-made, but how would you like to learn how to create AR content that is personalized for your classroom and your learners?more...
Chromebook Implementation: Tips and Procedures
Have you been thinking about implementing Chromebooks in your school or district?more...
Chromebooks versus iPads: What's Best for Your School or Classroom Needs?
Are you considering using mobile technologies in your district, school, or classroom, but aren't sure whether to go with Chromebooks or iPads?more...
Office 365 for Education: An Overview
Would you like have access to your Microsoft Office programs and documents from anywhere and with any device?more...
Staying on Track: Using Email and Calendars in Office 365
Staying on top of communications, appointments, and assignments is paramount for both teachers and students.more...
Setting Up and Managing iOS Devices Using Apple Deployment Program
Have you been tasked with setting up and configuring iOS devices for your classroom, school, or district?more...
Easy Classroom Management and a Powerful Learning Environment in One iPad Tool
If you're lucky enough to have iPads or other 1:1 devices in your classroom, you no doubt recognize their vast potential for student engagement and increased learning, but you may have also realized that managing multiple devices and your students' learning experiences can be challenging as you juggle various management apps and educational resources.more...
Using the Accessibility Features in Chromebooks to Support Diverse Learners
Are you curious about how Chromebooks can support diverse learners in your classroom?more...
Tasks Before Apps - Strategies for Your 1:1 Classroom
Effectively using iPads, tablets, and other mobile devices with students is so much more than downloading a long list of apps.more...
Free Tools for Project-based Learning in Your 1:1 Classroom
Would you like to help your students acquire deeper knowledge as they investigate challenges and gain problem-solving skills?more...
Chrome Apps and Extensions: Engaging Students in Learning
Chromebooks and Google Chrome allow you and your students quick, easy access to online files, tools, and sites, but are you using these tools to engage your student in learning?more...
Help Students Take Ownership, Create, Share, and Reflect with Chromebooks and Chrome Apps
Whenever students create digital projects with mobile devices, the final products from each student have the potential to vary wildly and be uniquely representative of that student's knowledge.more...
Tips and Best Practices for New 1:1 Teachers
Going 1:1 with new technology in the classroom can be both exciting and overwhelming.more...
Zero-to-Tech in 30-minutes: Accelerate into the Digital Age
If you are beginning to use Chromebooks, iPads, or other 1:1 devices in your classroom, you likely recognize their vast potential for student engagement and increased learning.more...
Getting Started with Blended Learning
Do you want to integrate Web 2.more...
15 Free Mobile Apps to Promote Collaboration, Critical thinking, Creativity, and Communication
As an educator, you've likely been hearing a lot about the importance of teaching your students skills that are going to make them successful in the 21st century.more...
15 Free Mobile Apps to Support Struggling Readers
Do you have students who are struggling with reading - and therefore struggling to learn?more...
15 Free Mobile Apps that Take Social Studies into the Future
Would you like to engage and immerse your students in a variety of social studies topics?more...
15 Free Mobile Apps to Engage and Motivate Learners
Who uses technology most frequently in your classroom: you or your students?more...
Explore New Worlds, Past and Present: iPad Apps for Teaching Social Studies
Do your students sometimes have difficulty relating to other cultures, unfamiliar land masses, remote areas, historical figures, or other Social Studies topics you are trying to cover?more...
Using QR Codes and Augmented Reality to Teach Social Studies
Are you looking for ways to keep your students interested and engaged during Social Studies lessons?more...
Correct Posture and Health Awareness for Working with Mobile Learning Devices
How many hours a day do you or your students spend on tablets, phones, or other mobile devices?more...
Digital Storytelling Apps and Project Ideas to get K-12 Students Excited about Learning
Are you looking for project and classroom ideas that can help your students develop and enhance creativity, information fluency, communication, and collaboration skills?more...
Transform Student Projects with Innovative Mobile Learning Activities
Would you like to use iPads and other mobile devices to create engaging content activities and digital products that empower student learning?more...
Igniting Critical Thinking and Problem-solving through Tinkering Labs and Mobile Technologies
Makerspaces and Coding are just two of the ingredients of a highly engaging learning lab that allows students to create, collaborate, and invent - while sparking authentic math, science, and literacy development.more...
Some Amazing Mobile Apps that Changed How I Assess Students
Do you ever struggle with trying to figure out how well your students grasp a particular concept - so that you know whether they've "got it" or if you need to provide additional reinforcement?more...
3 Mobile Apps that Revolutionized My Instruction and How I Collect Student Work
Do you often struggle with keeping track of teaching tasks, lesson ideas, and mounds of student work?more...
Must Have Mobile Apps for Classroom Management
Do you sometimes struggle to keep students on task or feel as though a lot of valuable teaching time is lost in trying to keep student behaviors under control?more...
How QR Codes Changed My Classroom
Have you heard of QR codes and what teachers can do with them in their classroom?more...
Microsoft Office: Available on a Device Near You
Take your office with you using the Microsoft Office mobile apps for iOS, Android, and Windows devices.more...
15 Free Mobile Apps for Classroom Management
Are you looking for ways to help stay organized and keep students on track?more...
15 Free Mobile Apps for Math Practice and Improvement
Keeping students interested and engaged in a math lesson can be tough when they are working on reviewing the basics.more...
Free Mobile Apps to Promote Creativity Through Creation
What do the highest levels of Bloom's Taxonomy and the SAMR model have in common?more...
15 Free Mobile Digital Storytelling Apps
Storytelling encourages learners to use the knowledge they have learned and apply it to a context and setting in creative ways.more...
Managing the Apps, Books, and Extensions on School-issued Chromebooks or Android Tablets
If your school or district is using or considering using school-issued Chromebooks or Android tablets to enhance instruction and student learning, how can you be sure that the students are seeing and using the best apps for them?more...
The Power of the Pen: Digital Inking, Wireless Projection, and More with Surface in the Classroom
Interfaces prompt different styles of learning - or seriously undermine them.more...
40 Free Mobile Apps Teachers Can't Live Without! Part 1
There are thousands of free apps out there, but finding the perfect apps for you and your classroom can be tough.more...
40 Free Mobile Apps Teachers Can't Live Without! Part 2
There are thousands of free apps out there, but finding the perfect apps for you and your classroom can be tough.more...
How Going 1:1 Can Transform Your Learning Environment
The use of technology in the classroom, when paired with sound pedagogy and instructional practices, can engage learners, expand opportunities for creation and collaboration, challenge thinking, and provide nearly endless ways to explore content.more...
Top 10 Mistakes Schools Make When Going 1:1 and How to Avoid Them
Is your school or district thinking of, or in the process of, going 1:1 - either by using school-issued devices or by encouraging students to bring and use their own devices?more...
Periscope: Share Projects, Engage Parents, and More with Live Video
Live video via Twitter is a hot new technology.more...
10 Ways Google Can Increase Student Engagement
If engagement is the fuel necessary for learning to take place, how can teachers use technology to harness the power of higher-level thinking and creativity?more...
Check Your Classroom Pulse and Get Real-time Feedback!
Would you like to get real-time feedback from your students?more...
From Enhancement to Transformation: Using the SAMR Model and iPad Apps to Empower All Learners
The iPad not only provides built-in accessibility options for people with a wide range of special needs, but also supports a growing collection of apps that complement these accessibility features.more...
15 Free Mobile Apps for Digital Research
Get your students researching on the go with their mobile devices.more...
15 Mobile Apps to Integrate Technology in the Writing Process
Developing good writing skills is important to student success, and one way to improve and strengthen those skills is by using mobile apps and devices to engage the students and help them through the writing process.more...
15 Free Mobile Apps for Collaborative Projects
Meaningful collaboration can help empower learning and teach useful life skills, and mobile apps have made collaboration easier than ever.more...
15 Free Mobile Apps for STEM
It's time to grab your mobile device of choice and get started "making" with engaging STEM apps!more...
15 Free Mobile Apps to Create Digital Stories
Are you looking for ideas that can help your students improve their understanding of concepts and support skills that are crucial for their success in a global society?more...
15 Free Apps to Use in Art, Music, and Physical Education
Whether they are taught as separate classes or incorporated into general classroom instruction, Art, Music, and Physical Education help to develop creativity, physical well-being, and other key skills that are essential to student success.more...
Chromebooks versus iPads: What's Best for Your School or Classroom Needs?
Are you considering using mobile technologies in your district, school, or classroom, but aren't sure whether to go with Chromebooks or iPads?more...
Say it With Pictures: Using Mobile Devices to Capture Pictures and Learning
Is a picture worth a thousand words?more...
Alternatives to Slide Presentations - Free Tools for Student Projects
Slide presentations are a great way for students to digitally demonstrate what they've learned, but who wants to sit through 30 (or more) slide shows?more...
10 Free Web Tools to Create Engaging QR Codes
Would you like to integrate a technology that can be used to promote inquiry and engage students in a variety of learning activities and resources?more...
Strategies and Apps to Manage Mobile Devices and Student Usage
Classroom management is a difficult skill to master, even if you don't have mobile devices.more...
Implementing and Managing Mobile Devices: Tips, Tricks, and Advice
Would you like to use mobile devices in your classroom, but are hesitant to get started.more...
10 Activities that Will Have Students Moving with Mobile Devices
Mobile devices, such as tablets, iPads, and smartphones have the ability to transform the way we learn.more...
Introduction to Coding on Mobile Devices: Anyone Can Do It!
Every day, our world becomes more and more technology driven and yet thousands of lucrative jobs within the technology industry go unfilled due to a lack of qualified workers.more...
Science Experiments on Tablets: Tools and Tricks for K-8 Classrooms
Teachers with access to iPads or other tablets can use these powerful mobile devices to conduct, support, and document science experiments.more...
Apps to Explore Outer Space in Grades K-5
Virtual field trips are a great way for students to explore places around the world - or even out of this world!more...
Differentiate Instruction and Energize K-12 Lessons with QR Codes
Would you like to differentiate your lessons to better meet your students' individual needs and learning styles?more...
Create a Mobile Language Learning Lab with iPads
If you are teaching a foreign language or working with English language learners, you are likely aware of how helpful it is for students to listen to themselves and others as they practice their speech.more...
Augmented Reality for K-8: Apps and Ideas for Easy Classroom Integration
Augmented reality is an exciting and engaging technology for classroom learning, and it can be applied to almost any subject!more...
Chromebooks 101: An Intro to Using Chromebooks in the Classroom
Have you heard the buzz about Chromebooks and wondered what all of the fuss was about?more...
20 of the Best Chrome Extensions for the Classroom
Would you like for you and your students to be more productive and efficient while using your Chromebooks?more...
Go Paperless with Tech Tools for Chromebooks and Tablets
Whether you are in a one-to-one classroom or have only a handful of devices to share, you can use fantastic tools to manage workflow in your classroom.more...
Get Started Creating Engaging Student Projects with Chromebooks
Would you like for your students to create engaging projects that help them understand concepts, improve creativity, and demonstrate what they know?more...
Tech Tools for Communicating with Parents
Teachers know how important it is to keep lines of communication open with parents and families, but sometimes the "more traditional" ways of communicating can be time-consuming or even difficult.more...
Creating Video to Demonstrate Learning
Mobile devices and social networking have pushed media to the forefront of modern communication.more...
The Top 5 Chrome App Extensions for Researching and Writing
Are you looking for new ways to leverage your Chromebooks for easier and better research and writing?more...
Tools for Chromebooks: Apps, Extensions, and Add-Ons, Oh My!
Would you like to enhance and customize your students' learning experience?more...
Using iPads for Executive Functioning: Help All Students Plan, Focus, Manage Tasks, and More!
Executive functioning refers to the skills that enable us to plan, focus our attention, remember instructions, and manage multiple tasks successfully in order to accomplish a goal.more...
Top 10 Apps for Children with Autism
Mobile devices and apps often work well to engage students in the autism spectrum, but with so many apps on the market, it can be difficult to find just the right app for your child or student.more...
Essential iPad Apps for Learning: A Digital Backpack for Students
There are over a million apps in Apple's App Store, so trying to find the right ones for you or your students can be daunting.more...
Mobile Apps that Collect Data for Exploration, Learning, Feedback, and More!
We collect data to answer questions whose answers are not immediately obvious.more...
Learning to Go! The Basics of Mobile Learning
Our students spend time reading, communicating, and sharing with their devices.more...
Creative Activities, Projects, Tutorials, and More with QR Codes
Would you like to integrate a technology that can be used to promote inquiry and engage students in a variety of learning activities and resources?more...
Upping the Ante: Developing Critical Thinking Skills with Mobile Learning Activities
Many suggestions for classroom use of mobile devices, such as online quizzes or presentations, focus on ways to automate tasks that students and educators need to do anyway.more...
Capturing the Excitement of Pokemon GO for Your Classroom
Are your students obsessed with Pokemon GO?more...
Top 10 Tips for Using Chromebooks in the Classroom
Do you think you are using your Chomebooks to their fullest potential?more...

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