5 Tools you can use in your classroom tomorrow

5 Tools you can use in your classroom tomorrow

Here is a great YouTube video from Michael West with 5 digital tools you can easy implement into your classroom.

Hope this gives you some good ideas for your lessons.

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VR, AR and Immersive Tech Links

VR, AR and Immersive Tech Links

Here are some links to articles and website in the VR, AR and immersive tech area.

https://touchstoneresearch.com/the-top-10-companies-working-on-education-in-virtual-reality-and-augmented-reality/ 

Answerables – Create immersive virtual classrooms

FluidMath – Bring your handwritten math to life with FluidMath! FluidMath is the first handwriting-based educational math app designed for teachers and students in grades 6-12

New immersive and inclusive learning experiences for Windows 10

BlippAR – Blippar is the leading ar app using the most advanced mobile augmented reality and artificial intelligence technology used for marketing and visual search.

Wallame – Hide messages in the real world using augmented reality. Leave a message on the wall, or somewhere in a real place, that can be seen only by those you want.

Will be updated as I find more great links.

How to transform your media centers into makerspaces – eSchools news

How to transform your media centers into makerspaces – eSchools news

“Even with tight budgets, it’s possible to repurpose your libraries or media centers into 21st century makerspaces

For many of us in education, budget cuts are always a possibility. The challenge becomes how to make our services and programs truly stand out to stakeholders, so that we’re truly transforming what we’re doing to meet the needs of our students in today’s world. With that in mind, we recently re-introduced our media centers to our district community, Brevard County Schools in Florida, as a valuable and integral part of a student’s education that supports 21st-century skills.

Our “a-ha” moment about how to make this rebrand a reality came at a tech conference. With a colleague, the two of us stopped at a 3D printer booth and we both had the same vision. We talked about repurposing the media centers into Innovation Centers where students had the opportunity to experience STEM activities through a maker format. We were excited about the chance to give our students the opportunity to truly envision, design, create, and walk away with a 3D printed model.”

Continue reading here…

http://www.eschoolnews.com/2016/06/09/how-to-transform-your-media-centers-into-makerspaces/