I just attended the first day of the Podcast and Portable Media Expo. I learned a lot, and though this wasn’t an education-specific conference, a lot of the ideas presented had educational applications. This is this is the first post
I just attended a training on a very useful piece of software, Accelerated Writer, which we are going to be integrating with handhelds in a large middle school project I’m helping to coordinate. The program requires a great deal of
I just got back from facilitating a professional development day with a small group of middle school teachers in Miami who recently began using handhelds with their students. It was the second day I’d spent with these teachers over the
If you haven’t read the Constitution lately, today’s a good day to do it. You might be surprised by what is and isn’t in there.
Wow, this is great. I just downloaded a piece of software called Clicker. It lets you control certain applications on your desktop (like PowerPoint) with your handheld. It works with WiFi and Bluetooth and has a Mac version as well.
I’m often asked about gradebook sofware for Pocket PC. Unfortunately, most of the well-known gradebook programs support Palm, but not Pocket PC. I just saw, though, that Excelsior (Pinnacle) now has its Pinnacle PDA software available for Pocket PC as
Now here’s an idea that makes a lot of sense…students in the Cote d’Azur region of France are being issued memory sticks to carry textbooks and homework back and forth to school. Now all they need is pocket-sized computers. 🙂
K12 Handhelds is pleased to make available these FREE electronic resources for Constitution Day*. These resources include an interactive ebook with embedded review questions, a timeline, a linked glossary, and more; an annotated copy of the Constitution and its amendments;
My last post about LCD projectors reminds me that I am often asked what is the best way to project your handheld screen (especially since the demise of the much-loved Margi Presenter-to-Go). My current favorite solution to this involves special
The new TLP-XC2500U LCD projector from Toshiba combines a projector with an integrated document camera. It has 2500 lumens and is expected to cost about $1,500. If there is one technology I’d like to see in every classroom, it’s an