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15 Free Mobile Apps to Promote Collaboration, Critical thinking, Creativity, and Communication

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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. Some of the most important of these 21st century skills are the 4 Cs - collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, and communication. Join Lauren Boucher as she provides an overview of 15 mobile apps that will help you teach the 4 Cs, increase achievement, and engage your students. You will leave with specific apps for each C, as well as classroom implementation ideas and tips.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, September 17, 2016 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Mobile Learning Intermediate
Tags: 21st century skills, 4Cs, and critical thinking, collaboration, communication, creativity, mobile apps

Reviews (34)

Very useful Lauren! Thanks!
Full Member
Very useful!
Full Member
Several things to check out after viewing this webinar....I think my students will like Lego Movie Maker and I want to check out Kodable.
Basic Member
Thanks for sharing! I am ready to share with my eager students.
Many useful apps for the classroom that my special education students will love!!
Basic Member
Lots of great apps! I can't wait to try some of them.
Basic Member
Genial! I love Lauren Boucher's webinars!
Full Member
Classcraft looks very interesting
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some of the apps/websites are quite interesting. Ready to use them!!
Basic Member
Lots of good sites to use. Some are new to me. The hook is 'free'! Students can definitely benefit from having access to these accounts. We need to move them to the future instead of remaining in the past through old technology. However, nothing beats a good book in hand and not on a tablet. :)
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