Thursday, October 17, 2013

Happy Thursday Hoover High School and friends! Below you will find some interesting apps and articles that I have recently found and you will see items that have been shared by our teachers and staff as well. Appy Thursday!

Back to the basics of our goals and mission. How do we transform learning in the classroom using Tech?

New Padagogy Wheel Helps You Integrate Technology Using SAMR Model
http://www.edudemic.com/new-padagogy-wheel-helps-you-integrate-technology-using-samr-model/

https://www.principals.org/tabid/3788/default.aspx?topic=Technology_Integration_Will_We_Know_It_When_We_See_It_A_New_Taxonomy

Kellye Self shared Pearltrees with us earlier. Here is a tech and Blooms integration site shared by others in Pearltrees.

http://www.pearltrees.com/#/N-u=1_667648&N-p=79553624&N-s=1_8085044&N-f=1_8085044&N-fa=5422369




From the iPad of Nikki Robertson...

Thought you guys might like this app for your students to express their musical talents.
Incredibox is a free Garageband style interactive Flash website which allows you to make a cappella music with an animated group of beatbox singers. It's very easy to use and the results are surprisingly good.
To create music in Incredibox, you simply drag different a cappella musical components onto your animated group of beatbox singers. The main components are Effects, Beats, Melodies, Choruses and Voices. With a bit of skill, you can make some pretty snazzy music such as this effort:
 



From the iPad of Todd Schaefer...

Found this app while working in my graduate class in Education Technology.

goREACT.  Free app that allows kids to have virtual reactions. Drag an element of the periodic table and combine it with others. Also videos of real reactions. Hope it's good. 

 

 

 

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