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These posters were put around the venue for Mobile Learning Experience 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona. They were put together by Tony Vincent from online submissions. ...

These posters were put around the venue for Mobile Learning Experience 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona. They were put together by Tony Vincent from online submissions.

Join us for Mobile Learning Experience 2013!



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  • 1. MOBILE LEARNING EXPERIENCE Resource Posters These posters were put around the venue for MobileLearning Experience 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona. They were put together by Tony Vincent from online submissions. Join us for Mobile Learning Experience 2013!
  • 2. APPitic APPitic is a directory of apps for education by Apple Distinguished Educators to help teachers transform teaching and learning. These apps have been tested in a variety of different grade levels, instructional strategies and classroom settings. Apps are sorted in a variety of ways, including by theme, multiple intelligences, and National Education Technology Standards. Submitted by Tony Vincent Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 3. Learning in HandLearning in Hand has been onlinesince 2001 when it was part of TonyVincent’s fifth grade classroomwebsite. Originally focused on Palmhandhelds, the site now focusesiPads and other current digital toolsfor K-12. Tony has written about iOSdevice management, project-basedlearning, podcasting, and QR codes. Submitted by Tony Vincent Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 4. Mobile & Technology-Enhanced Community Building ActivitiesThis website has been designed to describemobile learning and technology-basedactivities that facilitate a sense ofcommunity in a variety of educational andtraining settings. They rely mostly on texting,emailing, and photo-taking activities. Free,group sharing internet sites are also usedwhich require access to the Internet via asmartphone or computer. Sites such asFlickr Photo Sharing, Google Docs, and Web2.0 tools supplement some of the activities. Submitted by Jackie Gerstein Boise, Idaho, USA
  • 5. Evernote Evernote lets you gather everything you see, read, hear into convenient folders. It’s cloud-based, so your Evernote folders are anywhere and everywhere you go. You can take photos, record, dictate and type. Evernote can even interpret printed information off a picture. The more you use it the more you appreciate it. Professional or personal, this app can do it for you if you would like to be better organized. Submitted by Elisabeth LeBris Kenilworth, Illinois, USA
  • 6. Send To DropboxSend To Dropbox is a free servicethat creates an e-mail address youcan use to send files directly to yourDropbox account. Its a quick way forstudents to hand in work theyvecompleted, and it keeps your regulare-mail inbox neat and tidy. Add theaddress as a contact on yourclassroom mobile devices andstudents can share their work withjust a few taps. Submitted by Mike Henrickson Sterling, Virginia, USA
  • 7. Poll Everywhere I use this as an engagement tool in my High School English classes. I can have open ended questions which gather info from the whole class on a topic, or a question, or I can use the multiple choice function to ‘test’ student reading comprehension. I find it engages most kids in my room at a far better response ratio than a question posed orally to the class. It’s a great tool for any classroom. Submitted by Kirby Dietze Alberta, Canada
  • 8. Blurb MobileThis iOS app lets you createstories using your own media.Capture and sequence videos,photos, screenshots into shortvisual stories you can share. Editmedia with a variety of tools andrecord audio & attach to imagesor story. Easy to use. Free-miumwith upgrade only 99¢ Submitted by Andy Mann Muskegon, Michigan
  • 9. YouTube Teachers YouTube Teachers is an awesome how-to site that shows teachers to use YouTube in the classroom. It has playlists sorted by grade level and content area, and the ads and suggested videos are appropriate for students. Submitted by Karen Mensing Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 10. Google TranslateGoogle Translate is Googlesfree online language translationservice and it instantlytranslates text and web pages.This translator supports manylanguages and is available touse as a website or an app. Submitted by Karen Mensing Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 11. YouTube Video Editor The YouTube Video Editor is free, cloud-based video editing software for laptops and desktops. It allows you to virtually store your videos and edit them within YouTube’s browser. You can also take existing video clips hosted on YouTube and cut, edit, re-color, add sound and more to create new content. Submitted by Karen Mensing Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 12. International Children’s Digital LibraryThis site provides free access toebooks for children. The ICDLFoundations goal is to build acollection of books that representsoutstanding historical andcontemporary books fromthroughout the world. Books can beaccessed via the website or usingapps for iPhone and iPad. There arecurrently 4,643 books in thecollection in 61 languages. Submitted by Sharon Ewers Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 13. Pixlr Photo EditorPixlr is an Android app, iOS app, andweb tool with basic free photo editing.Pixlr allows users to work in layers,which helps students understand howarranging items in a document iscompleted. The editing options rangefrom cropping and rotating photos toworking with filters and coloradjustments. Submitted by Shelly Mowinkel Nebraska, USA
  • 14. Slide2Learn Slide2Learn is an organization of teachers who share the passion of using Apple devices for learning. We are based physically in Australia but have members all around the globe. We welcome teachers and interested people to join our Ning and join in on great conversations and even use our resources for problem solving. Submitted by Jenny Ashby Australia
  • 15. GameSaladMobile App Creation for the rest of us!Gamesalad is a free rules drivendevelopment tool allowing almostanyone to create highly interactiveapps for iOS, Android, HTML5, andMacs without coding. You will beamazed what you can create withoutlearning a programming language. Submitted by Chris Thompson Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  • 16. Mr. Hanson’s Online Classroom A Place for my math students to find all of the digital lessons created for them in Algebra 1 and Geometry. Submitted by Bjorn Hanson Minocqua, Wisconsin, USA
  • 17. Creighton iAchieve ProjectCreighton School Districts iAchieve iPodproject has implemented iPod touchesinto 22 third and fourth gradeclassrooms and 2 Kindergartenclassrooms across the district. Studentscreate audio recordings to track theirreading fluency, making their owndigital books, collaborating with otherstudents across the district, along withpracticing high frequency words,reading, grammar, and math skills. Submitted by Suzanne Sallee Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 18. EdTechTeacher This website answers teacher questions that begin with "I want my students to..." by explaining how to use different technologies in the classroom. The site contributors give wonderfully clear examples and suggestions for everything from using mobile devices to the best websites for teaching science. Submitted by Robyn Griffith Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 19. Classroom 2.0 LIVEClassroom 2.0 LIVE provides free,weekly, Saturday webinars with specialguest presenters each week. Thewebinars are dedicated to supportingteachers with resources and practicalsuggestions for incorporating Web 2.0technologies into their teaching andlearning. All sessions are recorded andarchived with Livebinder resources andavailable on iTunesU. Submitted by Peggy George Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 20. Arcademic Skill Builders Arcademic Skill Builders are online educational video games that offer a powerful approach to learning basic math, language arts, vocabulary, and thinking skills. Students are completely safe while playing the games. It is impossible for anyone outside your class to contact a student while playing the games. In the multiplayer games, if the student starts a private game, then only players that know the password (created by the student) can join the game. For grades 1-6 and requires Flash. Submitted by Lois Rubino Fountain Hills, Arizona, USA
  • 21. StudyBuddy CampusStudyBuddyCampus provides free virtualclassrooms where teachers create lessonsfor their students, easily create electronicassignments, have their assignmentsautomatically graded by the application,allow their students to collaborate on safediscussion among classmates, assigneducational games as homework,collaborate across the nation in a freeonline community, and share assignmentsand other documents with other teachersin the community. Submitted by Heather Jancoski Youngtown, AZ, USA
  • 22. Developing Education Developing Education is a resource blog for iOS implementation in education, technology leadership and professional learning. This is Derek Keenans blog and contains presentation resources, app reviews and other pertinent educational resources centered on educational technology. Submitted by Derek Keenan Airdrie, Alberta, Canada
  • 23. MentorMobCurate any article, website or videointo learning playlists. Anyone cancreate or use these step-by-stepplaylists containing only the bestinformation, so you dont have tosearch through the good and the badsearch results and find what you need.Its already there for you. Create, addand edit together and then share tomake great learning free! Submitted by Alison Anderson Portland, Oregon, USA
  • 24. Tools4Students Tools4Students is an iPad app with 25 graphic organizers that can be emailed, projected, used again and again with students in grades two through high school. Submitted by Katherine Burdick Tucson, Arizona, USA
  • 25. K5 Computer LabThis website is produced by a"techie" and offers current andup-to-date lessons spanning thecurriculum. As an elementarycomputer educator, I havefound this to be a website that Iuse frequently and often referto others. Submitted by Rosanna Westby Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 26. Android 4 Schools Richard Byrne, an educator who writes the popular Free Technology for Teachers blog, writes educational app reviews for Android devices. The app that are mentioned are usually free and quite useful to K-12 students, teachers, and administrators. Submitted by Tony Vincent Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 27. OpenDNSOpenDNS provides free internetfiltering and security. OpenDNS’Parental Control Solutions can helpparents manage their children’sInternet access. Setup involveschanging a setting on a home’swireless router to direct trafficthrough OpenDNS’ servers. Submitted by Tony Vincent Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • 28. Getting the Most Out of Your iPods This iBook for iPad was created for a presentation at the 2012 Nebraska Educational Technology Association’s spring conference. The book shows tips and ways to utilize iPods in the classroom on an every day basis. It’s by Chad Ackerson, a 5th/6th grade teacher. Visit his website at Submitted by Chad Ackerson Elba, Nebraska, USA