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  • What apps have you got?

    After I had finished presenting an iPad workshop recently one of the participants started taking photos of my iPad apps with his phone. Nice idea but I thought I would make it easier for him. I used Reflection app in its free ten minute trial to project the iPad screen onto my laptop and then to...

    Tags: iPad, iOS, apps

  • mLearning Capability Pilot Project

    This was originally posted by Fiona 11 December 2011. This is cross-posted as part of the transition of Software for Learning to Enabling e-Learning.   Nathan Kerr and Robert Douglas, teachers at Howick College, participated in the mLearning Capability Pilot Project in 2010. Th...

    Tags: ios, apps, ipads, iphone, ipod touch, ipod, mlearning

  • iPad Apps at Waihi East School

    Jude Fletcher shares iPad apps in the video link below that her year 1-2 Waihi East School class have been using on their iPads. This link to 'Waihi East School iPad Apps' is a PDF summarizing our use of apps on iPads throughout our school.

    Tags: iPad, apps

  • App-titude: Apps for High Schoolers with Autism

    This is an article written by Sean Sweeney in the ASHA Leader, an online resource that serves the community involved with young people who experience speech, language and hearing challenges.  ASHA stands for the American Speech Language Hearing Association.  Sean Sweeney is a Speech Lan...

    Tags: Autism, ASD, Universal Design for Learning, apps

  • BYOD ideas - NZAMT-13 Conference forum

    Ideas shared during the BYOD forum at the NZAMT-13 Conference, Friday 4th October 2013. Add your own suggestions in the comments below, and tell us about your experiences with the tools already listed. Scanning apps: CamScan/ScanCam, JotNot, Genius uBoard or Mimeo: portable interactive whiteb...

    Tags: BYOD, NZAMT, apps, browser apps, iPad, Android, tablet, BYOT, e-learning

  • Hows it all going?

    Having noted a few new developments in the last week or two, being Mokomoko, Tieke and He Wai te Kai, got me thinking about those who attended Ako-e in July, and wondering how your e-learning was going in your akomanga.  I have been playing Mr Word with my 6 year old moko, its an English la...

    Tags: ako-e, Māori, student, digital citizenship, online, virtual, kura, uara, values, scrabble, apps

  • Latest gems from around the world

    Talofa everyone  This is my latest roundup of great 'gems' that I have discovered from around the world. Most of these connections have been made through twitter it is a great way to stay in touch and to be informed. I hope you have fun dipping into a few of them and discovering something n...

    Tags: ESOL webpages, apps, tools and readings

  • Digital Tools to enhance te reo Māori learning and teaching - Pūmanawa Tautono (Apps)

    Ata mārie The number of te reo Māori apps are increasing and thanks to Tamara Bell here is a list of some. Other posts I made this week showed how generic apps can be used to enhance te reo Māori learning and teaching. NAME OF APP ...

    Tags: digital technologies, apps, te reo māori

  • Google literacy support extensions and apps

    To add Google extensions and apps go to the Chrome Web Store (‘Windows’ tab - ‘Extensions’ - scroll down to web store).   The extensions work from within your Chrome web browser (look at the top right hand side of your toolbar) and apps are found in your app lau...

    Tags: Google, extensions, apps, wordQ, thoughtQ, grammarly, Read&Write, Read & Write, readability, ginger, speakit, cowriter

  • Janet's Latest Gems

    Kia ora Latest Gems It has been a while since I shared the latest ideas, articles, research, links and apps that I have discovered from around the world that you may find helpful as leaders and teachers of English language learners. So here are a few of my recent favourites. Please note to ...

    Tags: ESOL, ELLs, Apps, research, articles