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Khan Academy Enters Next Era With iPad App
Offline learning is the latest tool for the unorthodox education organization. Here’s how that and other new features will power Khan Academy’s new app.
Full Story: FastCompany
Teens join Twitter to escape parents on Facebook: survey
“Teens don’t tweet, will never tweet – too public, too many older users. Not cool.
That’s been the prediction for a while now, born of numbers showing that fewer than one in 10 teens were using Twitter early on.
But then their parents, grandparents, neighbours, parents’ friends and anyone in-between started friending them on Facebook, the social networking site of choice for many — and a curious thing began to happen…..”
Full Story: Globe and Mail
Social Media isn’t going anywhere. I’m a STRONG believer in teaching our students how to use this medium productively as opposed to teaching themselves how to use it for frivolous entertainment purposes solely. But… hard to teach those skills with blocked websites in the classroom.
Software that turns any iPad or web browser into a recordable, interactive whiteboard, making it easy for teachers and experts to create engaging video lessons and share them on the web. Students can replay these lessons any time, any place, on any connected device.