Category Archives: YouTube

Teaching With Video And More

Video is so pervading these days but are we making the most of things? Here’s an exploration of some options that enable teachers to add structure to viewers’ experiences. Advertisements

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See on – mrpbps iDevices A quick look at the Zapd iOS app for creating websites from… See on

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It’s EPIC Really

We all know that the world of education is undergoing rapid change, well at least we’re told it is. Whilst the present reality may not reflect a revolution, the precursors of major change are often only recognised by looking back. … Continue reading

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Twitter as Continuing Professional Development

For quite a number of years now I’ve extolled the virtues of Twitter as my primary source of continuing professional development. I’ve shared my TweetDeck and other Twitter clients pointing out how valuable it is to be part of a … Continue reading

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BYOD In The 21st Century

Marc-André Lalande (@malalande on Twitter) from RECIT Provincial Service for General Adult Education creates presentations on advantages and limitations of ICT and selects TED Talks presentations and other pedagogically inspiring media for teachers in general adult education and other fields of education. … Continue reading

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Symbaloo for your Mobile Device is Here!!! | Symbaloo Blog

See on – mrpbps iDevices The Symbaloo app for iPhone and Android is available now! Check out the videos on the Symbaloo blog. See on

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How To Annoy A Frog – GivingYouLolz

See on – mrpbps iDevices One wonders if tablet manufacturers ever thought of this use. See on

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