The other day I came across a site called Daytum that allows you to input data and create displays that are absolutely gorgeous in simplicity. If you’ve ever heard of the Felton Reports the site is built on this style of design. You can create multiple sets of data and then use those datasets to [...]
Liz Kolb of From Toy to Tool takes a look at a brief Twitter survey to find what the consensus is on acceptable use of cell phones in the classroom.
Tim Owens dives into a core subject that is increasingly becoming as popular and vital a tool as e-mail and IM, Twitter! Learn the ins and outs of the interface and how you can leverage it in your school system.
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Tons of tools and tips for the 21st Century educator. Check out demonstrations of 280 Slides, Picnik, Take Lessons, Grade Tracker, and more! Also find out just how dedicated Tim Owens is to this series!
Apple Inc. has released iTunes 7.7 which, among other features, now gives access to the iTunes App Store for downloading applications on your iPhone or iTouch device. There are a lot of excellent applications available and a whole section dedicated to Educational apps. From stargazing to note-taking we are going to cover some of the highlights.