Daily Archives: June 16, 2013

My Diigo Links 06/16/2013

Advent of Google means we must rethink our approach to education “We have a romantic attachment to skills from the past which are no longer relevant on a curriculum for today’s children” tags: google Sugata Mitra the guardian 2013 05 … Continue reading

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12 Most Exciting Features of iOS 7

See on Scoop.it – mrpbps iDevices Apple app developer Shawn Welch takes a bite out of the 12 Most Exciting Features of iOS 7. John Pearce‘s insight: A look at what Shawn Welch thinks are the 12 most important iOS7 … Continue reading

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I have iPads in the Classroom. Now What?

See on Scoop.it – mrpbps iDevices You might be one of the teachers who is excited about the possibilities or apprehensive and fearful of the seemingly overwhelming task in front of you how to ma John Pearce‘s insight: Silvia Rosenthal … Continue reading

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25 Math Apps Parents Can Give to Their Kids From edshelf

See on Scoop.it – mrpbps iDevices Teacher-recommended iPad & iPhone math apps for kids that parents can install, such as Algebra Touch, Geometry Pad, Connect Sums, etc. John Pearce‘s insight: edshelf is a pretty neat curation tool that in this … Continue reading

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Apple – Making a difference. One app at a time.

See on Scoop.it – mrpbps iDevices Each iOS app offers remarkable — and often delightful — possibilities. But the most powerful iOS apps ever are ones that change people’s lives in ways they n… John Pearce‘s insight: Four heart tugging … Continue reading

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