Thursday, December 13, 2012
If you see this blog, subscribe to it. Richard Byrne shares his experience with Web 2.0 technology and give useful advice in how to use it. In the post below he provides a short guide on copyright for educators. A very useful and important topic! Read it for yourself:
Free Technology for Teachers: A Short Guide to Copyright for Educators:
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I was browsing the Internet for something else when I came across this post of Wesley Fryer. I have been experimenting with my iPad and playing with its applications for my Social Studies methods class. I used Socrative for a quick feedback or pop up quizzes, or Exit Ticket assessments in the end of the class. I take pictures and videos during the fieldwork hours, and used QR code for treasure hunts, and Explain Everything for creating a story about teacher candidates' teaching experience. In the post below, Wesley shares his discovery of Pinnacle Studio for storytelling. I will explore it during the winter break and will try it out during the spring semester. Enjoy reading the post of Wes Fryer:
Digital Storytelling with Pinnacle Studio for iPad | iPad with Wes