Educational technology companies now design effective and meaningful mobile learning tools by addressing various challenges associated with delivering content on mobile devices. This article introduces these challenges and discusses some strategies to design effective m-learning.
What are the characteristics we would expect to see in a successful 21st century educator? Well, we know they are student-centric, holistic, and they’re teaching about how to learn as much as teaching about the subject area. We know, too, …
Bottlenose is an application that will convert Twitter into a personalized dashboard and newspaper.
Bring the classroom to life with interactive mobile presentations that teachers create and customize themselves.
At their best, cell phones and mobile devices seamlessly facilitate what students and teachers already do in thriving, inspiring classrooms. Students communicate and collaborate with each other and the teacher.
A list of excellent free Internet based web sites and resources dedicated to the use of the iPad in the instructional setting.
A University of Toronto, Canada, graduate has developed a mobile application that enables students to let teachers know when they don’t understand the material being covered in class.
Standardized tests will finally ask good essay questions. But robot grading threatens that progress.
A list of great apps for students to use to take notes for class, or to use as class planners.
Here are five can’t-miss resources for planning your own flipped lessons.
Great free tools you can use to make your own infographics. Check out the list below.