There are numerous sites that allow you to build an app for a mobile device for free. Although I haven't spent much time building an app, the following are some sites that allow you to do so.Continue
Imagine using video in your classes - traditional or online - but you incorporate a call to action by embedding buttons that link to other websites, documents, other videos, images, etc. You can easily create that using viewbix. You can take any video and add the interactivity which remains with the video as a new video. You can then share that video elsewhere.
Certainly, I can think of a multitude of applications for this in…Continue
Added by Judith Cahn on February 17, 2012 at 12:57pm — No Comments
The NYTimes featured an article about how Twitter and various moderated backchannels are being used at all levels of education. This real-time online conversation alongside live spoken remarks embraces technology that students already use and can be used in creative ways, including classroom assessment. Questions remain, however, about the ability of students to multi-task (although they all think they are masters at this, neuropsychology studies indicate otherwise) and the teacher can…Continue
Added by Judith Cahn on May 18, 2011 at 1:20pm — No Comments
The Smart Tech website includes Smart Exchange, which has a comprehensive database of downloadable smart notebooks in all subjects and many languages. If you select the country - Israel (they have it categorized under Europe), you get to this site: http://exchange.smarttech.com/index.html?lang=iw_IL#tab=0 There are many notebooks in Hebrew for all subjects including limudei kodesh and tanach.
If you download…Continue
Added by Judith Cahn on April 28, 2011 at 10:04am — No Comments