For those of you in my session “Using Mobile Technology to Differentiate Instruction,” here are the links to the cell phone stuff we did: Photo blogging from a cell phone Audio blogging from a cell phone Polling via text messaging
For months now, I’ve been writing about the curriculum for mobile devices we’ve been developing with school districts across the country. We have put the best of this together into a cross-curricular ebook library. This is available on a classroom
This is a different approach to mobile tech!
Here is another free resource from K12 Handhelds. This is a good example of the interactivity that Mobipocket provides that we like so much. This ebook can be used on Palm or Pocket PC and includes problem sets for: –
Here’s a new way to think about explaining RSS — RSS is like setting up a season pass to something on TiVo. It doesn’t cost anything. It isn’t a commitment. It’s easy to cancel. It’s just an easy way to
There are some new Pair Boards available for Dropairs from K12 Handhelds. These include some early elementary games (matching letters, numbers, colors, rhyming words, telling time, counting money) and upper elementary/middle school games (fractions/decimals/percents, geometry, algebra, inequalities). Thanks to NorthGlide
Many of you have heard me singing the praises of the Flip video camera. I had one of the original ones and really loved it…never had a problem. So, for the holidays, I got a new Flip Ultra. This is
We have created three webquests for the March Madness NCAA Tournament. These are available as offline versions using Plucker, so you can use them on handhelds that don’t have Internet access. They are also available as regular web versions.
I did a hands-on session this week on my new favorite topic, Open Educational Resources, that was really well received. (I’ll be presenting this at NCCE in Seattle on Feb. 28 and at CUE in Palm Springs on March 7
Here is another free, open, wiki-based, online professional development course: Mobile Multimedia: Podcasts, Mini-Movies, and More on Handhelds. This one covers finding, using, and creating multimedia resources for differentiating instruction with students. In case you missed it, another earlier free,