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Monthly Archives: February 2013
Kids and Mobile EdTech
Edudemic posted an infographic yesterday that I loved. So I thought I’d share it here with you guys. I think it does a nice job of showing what’s going on with educational apps! Mobile learning and apps are here to … Continue reading
The Problems with Free Educational Apps
I was talking to a school superintendent last week about how her district selects iPad apps for use in the classrooms. She said that the first thing they do is separate the free from the paid apps…and then they go … Continue reading
Geeky Science Valentines! Woot!
Well, I’m a day late on this, but this was too good not to share….who doesn’t love geeky science Valentines?? Happy One-Day-Late Valentine’s Day and Happy Friday!
Posted in STEM Tagged ada lovelace, alan turing, brian cox, carl sagan, marie curie, nikola tesla, science, STEM, stephen hawking, werner heisenberg 2 Comments
Creating Effective (and Successful) Educational Apps!
I often get my inspiration for blog posts by reading the blog posts of others…and today is no exception. Yesterday, on the Edudemic blog, Jeff Dunn wrote a post called A Roadmap for Successful Educational App Development. His list is … Continue reading
Posted in App Reviews & Recs, Balefire Labs, Instructional Design, Technology, Uncategorized Tagged Android, App Store, Apple, apps, Education, education apps, education technology, Educational technology, Edudemic, Instructional design, IPad, IPhone, ITunes Store, Jeff Dunn, Teacher, Technology 6 Comments
#LearnLaunch13 – Top 10 Takeaways for Edupreneurs
Last weekend I had the opportunity to attend the first LearnLaunch conference at the MIT Tang Center. The purpose of LearnLaunch is to provide support for the creation and growth of edtech startups in New England. It was a really … Continue reading