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iPad 2: whats in it for education?

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Despite being a consumer device, it has seen massive adoption by professionals in business, medicine, and education. Here are the top 3 things that iPad 2 has going for it as far as education is concerned: 1. So what does the iPad not have yet for education? We also need clarity around education use off apps and iTunes content.

Here’s Why I am Excited about Google Glass [Video]

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Secondly, today’s smart watches aren’t a viable replacement for our smartphones, most of the videos I have seen of smart watches show they merely serve to display the same notifications we get on our smartphones. screen shot of a hands-free video of my son riding his electric scooter using a GoPro camera and a Chest Mount Harness, while riding my own scooter.

Take Note: ‘Explain Everything’ app is THE top education app right now

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For educators, it means the option to create video podcasts is now available whenever and wherever we require it. Indigenous Education and Training Futures Division | [link]. Department of Education and Training | Queensland Government. of Queensland or the Department of Education and Training. What all have so far lacked is a local export to camera roll option.

What Adults Can Learn from Kids

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In this very engaging talk, young Adora Svitak reminds us all, including educators, that we need to listen to students, provide them with a voice, and remember that learning is reciprocal. edushifts reflections video education learning The most poignant part of the talk are the statements around adults adding layers of control to what we fear. Svitak speaks about.

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This Week in mLearning Podcast – Video in #mLearning [Episode 4]

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Welcome episode #4 of our new podcast entitled “ This Week in mLearning. ” In this episode, Robert and I talk Adobe CS6, Google Drive and the impact of Video in mLearning, as well as SceneChat, the Khan Academy, the Flipped Classroom and more. The video revolution: some stats. Best practices and current use of video in mLearning. SceneChat : making videos more interactive.

New review: Owle iPhone video recording rig | www.appcessories.info

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Read my review of the Owle rig for educators and parents at  www.appcessories.info. mobile/miniaturisation uLearning appcessory camera rig iPhone Owle review video

mLearning-World.com: The iPod in Education - video overview

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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Friday, December 14, 2007 The iPod in Education - video overview //This new mLearn Vidcast looks at how the iPod can be used for educational purposes - over 7 different examples are detailed and demo’d, with practical uses of things such as quizzes, podcasts, audiobooks and more covered.

Education users of the iPad – I present video mirroring! #slide2learn #iPadEd #mlearning

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As I said before getting an iPad2, I now say again after- video mirroring is the number 1 advantage of the new iPad model for education. Posted via email from Jonathan Nalder’s posterous. uLearning

The new Camtasia Studio 8, the Flipped Classroom and Mobile Learning [Review]

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For all the mind-boggling stats we read about the video revolution, like how we are publishing video to YouTube at the rate of 72 hours every minute, and consuming over 3 billion hours of video each month, as well as other stats you can see here , video as a medium hasn’t really evolved. Video and the Flipped Classroom. Quizzes and Hotspots in Video.

Tech Innovation Now Led by Hot New Bands

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The other example is from The Black Eyed Peas who have released an app for the iPhone that includes an immersive 360 degree, augmented reality music video that puts you in the middle of a party, dancing to the music. Think of the educational uses for this app! If you don’t have an iPhone, you can see the effects of the new 3D app in this video demo.

#adeanz11 !Your are an Apple distinguished Educator’! – still luv seeing this video #PatOnBack

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via Osfoora for iPhone. Posted via email from Jonathan Nalder’s posterous. uLearning

Ken Robinson: Changing Educational Paradigms

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The video below is an animation and visualization of Sir Ken Robinson’s talk on Changing Educational Paradigms.  His message is relevant here as the utilization of mobile devices for learning is only possible when we understand the current state of education and that change is in order.  Tags: digital culture edushifts video Above and beyond the message provided by Mr. Robinson, the animated visualization is a great way to connect to the message in different way.  Enjoy!

Learning Mobile App Review: NearPod [Podcast Interview]

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There’s no denying there’s a revolution happening today in Education driven by important trends such as the Flipped Classroom, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and of course schools embracing mobile technologies creatively for learning. There are many great Apps out there from companies who are disrupting Learning and Education in a positive way through the use of Technology.

iBooks 2 – Introducing the future textbook?

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Steve Jobs reportedly spent the last few years of his life planning to shake up the textbook market, and revitalise education. Today’s event in New York is the first education-only launch from Apple in a long time. The Apple vision is by moving textbooks onto the iPad, they can be cheaper, more interactive, and ultimately more useful as educational reference tools. Absolutely!

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The Mobile Learner » iPods in Education Part 2: Video Integration

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IICLE Mobile Video Strategy

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IICLE is an Illinois company providing continuing education to attorneys in the state of Illinois. One of IICLE’s primary offerings is a suite of video-based seminars delivered over the web. [.]. Portfolio

Exploring Educational Technology

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Exploring Educational Technology Front Page About Multimedia Photos Files 2009 MLearning Projects Overview June 19, 2009 · Leave a Comment The projects are guided and supported by weekly “technology sessions” (Communities of Practice, or COP) facilitated by a ‘technology steward’ (Wenger et al., 2005) investigating the potential of mobile web 2.0 technologies.

Introducing a new Podcast: This Week in #mLearning [Episode 1: The new iPad and Mobile Learning]

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Each week Robert and I will discuss various trending topics and their impact on mobile learning, including the state of mobile in general, mobile devices, HTML5, Adobe Flash, Responsive Web Design, Rapid Development tools, especially as they begin making the shift from desktop to mobile, mobile apps, video, Education and more. I’m am extremely excited to introduce a brand new weekly Podcast entitled ‘This Week in Mobile Learning” with my friend and co-host Robert Gadd. Here are some sound bites of what you can expect in this first episode: Introductions.

The Future of mLearning?

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by Stephanie Wright on December 3, 2010 A video from Megan Iemma, an mLearning consultant in Australia who suggests a number of ways she sees mobile learning evolving. An Apple Distinguished Educator ,* Iemma stresses that mLearning’s strength is that it will continue to evolve for different environments, making use of a gamut of tools to achieve the end result. WordPress Admi

iPods in Education Part 14: Enhanced Science Education

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Much time as been spent in this “iPods in Education&# series on uses as they relate to Language Arts or geography instruction.  The app contains text, audio, images and video for a rich and differentiated learning experience. 2) Planets (free) : This app is simple but marvelous.  It allows students to learn more about the night sky through an interactive view of the night sky.  Tags: apps differentiatedinstruction iPod in Education mlearning mobilelearning tools True, mobile devices work well across the curriculum.  Firstly, I go to the apps.  notes app.

Use Smartphones in class, say school principals

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They actively encourage schools to accept smartphones, and social networking as part their educational provision, and offer a range of guidelines and advice to different levels of practitioner. Social networking sites provide platforms for student creativity by enabling them to design projects using words, music, photos, and videos. Recognizing the educational value of encouraging such behaviors, many school leaders have shifted their energies from limiting the use of these technologies to limiting their abuse. Very impressive!

Back from a year-long Sabbatical from Tech: 9 Things I’m excited about

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Here’s a short video:  [link]. They also have a mobile App called Fuse, that can allow you to record video on the go and then import it into Camtasia to supplement your projects. This is amazing and it opens up a whole lot of possibilities for the future of education, colaboration and learning in general. Storyline 2.0 Kudos to Articulate! Kudos to TechSmith!

TXT60.Easy video conversions for cell phones!

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This tool allows you to upload and convert any video, or any Youtube/TeacherTube video so that it can immediately be viewed on a cell phone. tried this with one of my favorite YouTube videos called A Vision of 21st Century Student, if you want to view and/or download the video on your mobile phone, you can do so by doing the following steps: 1) Login to your mobile web browser (YES! you do need mobile Internet). 2) Login to txt60.com 3) Type in the code: 899506 The video should immediately download to your cell phone for viewing! txt60

TXT60.Easy video conversions for cell phones!

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This tool allows you to upload and convert any video, or any Youtube/TeacherTube video so that it can immediately be viewed on a cell phone. tried this with one of my favorite YouTube videos called A Vision of 21st Century Student, if you want to view and/or download the video on your mobile phone, you can do so by doing the following steps: 1) Login to your mobile web browser (YES! you do need mobile Internet). 2) Login to txt60.com 3) Type in the code: 899506 The video should immediately download to your cell phone for viewing!

Help for busy Educators: Posterous

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The wonderful, ever faster pace of technological change does have its downsides, especially for already busy educators. Post a video to Youtube. So again fellow educators in need of less to do: Posterous lets you auto-update multiple services using just email. Number 1 on my list of these over the last year has been Evernote.  Why is it so good? Then send a tweet. Am I crazy?

6 Drivers Of mLearning In The Workplace

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Mark Prensky , in 2001, published Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants where he wrote about the conflict between generations as “Education is the single largest problem facing the digital world as our Digital Immigrant instructors, who speak an outdated language (that of the pre-digital age), are struggling to teach a population that speaks an entirely new language.

mLearning-World.com: Educational Development for the Gameboy Generation

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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Tuesday, February 14, 2006 Educational Development for the Gameboy Generation Educational Development for the Gameboy Generation An interesting opportunity is popping its head out in the future of M-Learning. Open Discussion- Is There an Educational Laffer Cu. Training.

What does the new iPad mean for education?

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Significantly, my number one item for how the new 2012 iPad will impact education is not the new 2012 iPad at all – its the fact that the 2011 iPad 2 is now much more affordable for schools – $100, or a permanent 20% discount in fact. Many schools are looking at Android tablets for various reasons at present, but the fact that there are only a few hundred tablet apps, and because experienced educators such as this one see them as only a gadget, not platform choice for schools makes those 200,000+ choices all the more pertinent. -  apple.com/iPad. The camera.

Vringo.Create Video Project Ringtones for Cells

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resource called Vringo , students can create short video ringtones. The way it works is when you call someone else, your video ringtone will be displayed as your friends phone is ringing. I was thinking this might be a fun way to engage in a content-based project. For example, students in a foreign language class could create video ringtones asking a question in the foreign language about a cultural item/event displayed in a video. Each students could be in charge of calling friends in the class to share their video ringtones. Using a free web2.0 vringo

Vringo.Create Video Project Ringtones for Cells

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resource called Vringo , students can create short video ringtones. The way it works is when you call someone else, your video ringtone will be displayed as your friends phone is ringing. I was thinking this might be a fun way to engage in a content-based project. For example, students in a foreign language class could create video ringtones asking a question in the foreign language about a cultural item/event displayed in a video. Each students could be in charge of calling friends in the class to share their video ringtones. Using a free web2.0

Persuasive Video on Cell Phones and Schools

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I created this video for my presentation at the MACUL conference tomorrow in Grand Rapids, MI. The goal is to give a perspective of educational history and technology, where common technology tools (such as a chalkboard or pen or even Internet) were once banned and labeled "harmful" as we are doing with cell phones. Update: Here is the Link to video on TeacherTube.Enjoy would love some feedback on it. Enjoy!

Persuasive Video on Cell Phones and Schools

Cell Phones in Learning

I created this video for my presentation at the MACUL conference tomorrow in Grand Rapids, MI. The goal is to give a perspective of educational history and technology, where common technology tools (such as a chalkboard or pen or even Internet) were once banned and labeled "harmful" as we are doing with cell phones. Update: Here is the Link to video on TeacherTube.Enjoy would love some feedback on it. Enjoy!

Mobile Saftey Resources from Jane Lynch of Glee and LG

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LG has teamed up with Jane Lynch of Glee to bring some mobile safety education to tweens and teens. They have some lessons and a series of videos that are perfect for introducing mobile safety, discussions about sexting, mobile harassment, mobile teasing, driving and texting, and more with teenagers

mLearning-World.com: The Learning Circuits Blog: Federation of American Scientists Bland Report on Harnessing the power of video games for learning

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The first Web2.0, comprehensive iPhone education app?

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One common problem for educators seeking to use the iPhone or iPod touch in their learning environment is the fact that the most common uses of the devices for things such as taking attendance, voice recording or interfacing with learning management systems (such as Moodle) require constant exiting and switching between several different apps. Helping to solve this problem is a new app from iKonstrukt thats simply titled ‘Educate’. So can this app live up to its ambitious name of providing everything needed to educate a student? Video Link: [link]. Price: $6.99 US.

Let’s Talk: Online Educator Meetup Session 1

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To all educators in Ontario, Canada: we need a place online to talk.  I’ve witnessed and experienced so many wonderful conversations happening between educators abroad but struggle to find these conversations here in my own backyard.  As a result, I’ve thought about setting up a place for Ontario educators to come together to engage in professional dialogue with local educators and other educators from around the world.  Tags: ontario educators PLN educator meetup Where: Online in Adobe Connect: [link]. minute wrap-up.

10 intriguing iPad apps for Educators

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This video was created 100% on an iPad alone.Apps:Time BOM, The Australian, SIB Romeo & Juliet, Popplet, AudioNote, Caster, ReelDirector, Mover+, TypeDrawing, 2Screens, and Paperdesk. Amidst all the hype, here is a look at 10 intriguing iPad apps that may just be useful in your classroom. Posted via email from Jonathan Nalder’s posterous.

Global Mobile Awards

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The category for this year was expanded to Best Mobile Innovation for Education or Learning and drew further entries. This category was created “to highlight the rapidly increasing convergence of the mobile and education sectors, and to highlight some of the key areas of genuine innovation in learning initiatives, products, services or applications throughout the world today.”

iPhone 4 – not much for educators? (updated)

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While I wait for a decent Android tablet to ship (be it iPod touch or iPad sized), I’ll instead post here about the just released info on the iPhone 4 and its OS (iOS4). Well because in my state alone there are many many schools using the iPod touch to enhance learning. Spellchecking is listed as one of the new features – didn’t we have that before?

Direct observations about where Educator’s are at.

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I’ve recently had the fortune to attend major technology in education two conferences in the space of a week that featured Keynote’s from such high-profile educators as Stephen Heppell, Gary Stager, Mark Treadwell and Mark Prensky. Firstly, that pedagogy and learning can still be outshone by shiny technology. I saw educators flirting with software and hardware vendors rather than asking ‘where’s the research for that?’. Secondly, that paper and pens are still ahead as notetaking tools of choice for educators, but only just. So what did I observe? Enjoy.