Did you know that the word technology appears in the Common Core State Standards 20 different times?
The Common Core Standards for technology place a strong emphasis on skills needed in order to help ensure that students are ready for college or work after high school. These tech tools are here to assist you.
1. TwisterWave – Audio Editor
With TwistedWave on your iPad or iPhone, you can record and edit anything, anywhere. This is just like a portable home studio.
2. Vocaroo – Online Voice Recorder
The quick and easy way to share voice messages over the interwebs.
3. Tellagami – Animate Your Life.
This mobile app lets you create and share a quick animated Gami video.
Explains and illustrates the different types, and provides a step-by-step guide to creating examples for downloading and printing.
5. Titanpad – Collaborative Backchannel
Real time, online document editing and collaboration tool that helps your student quickly collaborate on text documents.
6. Popplet – Mind-mapping
This tool helps students think and learn visually. Teachers and students can create graphic organizers, timelines, and many other projects.
7. ScreenChomp – Help kids with their homework.
Students use the iPad to analyze and annotate over pictures or use it as a whiteboard.
Remember, it’s always about the learning rather than what tool was used.
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