- Create a class website
- Create a class YouTube Channel
- Create a class twitter account and make international accounts
- Get your students blogging
- Find other classes to collaborate with on projects
- Do mystery Skypes/Google Hangouts
- Invite expert guests via live video conferencing
- Code with your students
- Do Genius Hour with your students
- Gamify your classroom
- Strive for a paperless classroom (here are 26 iPad apps for a paperless classroom)
- Create digital portfolios
- Automate quizzes with Google Forms
- Use Google Forms for student check-in and exit slips
- Let students use their device in class
Instead, why not try these five?
- Co-create digital narratives that blend audio, video and text.
- Recording: Voice Record Pro
- Editing: Hokasai (Free but requires in-app purchases to do anything worthwhile)
- Screencasting: Reflector for your Mac/Windows computer and Quicktime for computer
- Share those digital creations online with a global audience. Publish outlets include:
- GoogleSites+GoogleDrive for free unlimited storage for GoogleApps for Education users,
- Co-facilitate online and face to face learning that is person to person, group to group, person to group. Take advantage of any of the following:
- Google Hangouts,
- Adobe Connect (if you have it),
- Voxer EDU, or any other technology, like
- Create digital and classroom learning spaces that engage, inspire and nurture learners.
Lists are easy, right? We could spend time focusing on apps–YouTube, Skype, Google Hangout, Games, iPad apps, GoogleForms, Google Keep–or try something different.
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