Getting Started with Google Cloud Print ”Google Cloud Print is built on the idea that printing can be more intuitive, accessible, and useful. Using Google Cloud Print you can make your printers available to you from any Google Cloud Print enabled web, desktop or mobile app. To get started printing using Google Cloud Print, connect a printer to your account. Google supports both cloud ready and classic printers: “
Using Facebook in the Classroom These tips on using Facebook safely and effectively as a teacher are pitched at school settings but are mostly applicable at all levels. They are also indicators for all SNS.
Venice Backstage | How does Venice work? Venice Backstage is an interesting seventeen minute video about how the city of Venice works. The video, produced by the municipality of Venice, shows viewers how the water is contained, how the buildings stay upright, and how residents of Venice travel about the city. The website Venice Backstage offers additional articles and graphics to support the information presented in the video.
Anatomy Arcade Anatomy Arcade is a collection of games about human body systems. The collection is categorized by both body system and game type. The games most frequently appearing in the Anatomy Arcade are jigsaw puzzles, matching games, and crossword puzzles. There are also a few interactive games. The Anatomy Arcade was developed by a science and physical education teacher in Melbourne, Australia.
GeoGames: The New Way to Teach GeoGraphy The GeoGames from Reach the World feature an interactive map which students drag and drop onto different elements. The beginner level games asks has student place continents and the poles in the correct position. As the games levels progress students have to place countries and capitals in their proper positions. In the Build Planet Earth section students have to place continents, oceans, mountains, and rivers in their proper positions.
70+ Google Forms for the Classroom | edte.ch Google Forms offers a range of useful tools. The author of this post has created example forms for each of the different topics,. You can follow the links in each of the ten sections
Is the Future eBooks or Apps? « Educational Publishing Article from edpublishing.wordpress. “For publishers, content is king, and most educational publishers are taking their content and producing it in a variety of media from print to eBooks to whiteboards. Nicholas Callaway, founder of Callaway Arts and Entertainment, though, believes that the future is all about the app.”
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