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15 Great apps for teaching and classroom management

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  There have been tons of blog posts over the year about great apps that enhance learning, yet I have seen very little blog posts that review apps for teaching. For me introducing iPads into the classroom, be it for

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Worksheets in iBooks.


On a typical paper worksheets a question would normally look something like this:   “What are the different figurative language techniques used in this text.” ______________________________________________________________   The lines on the paper gives students the space to write their answers.

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Flip the classroom with a green screen


  This year a few teachers of the Berlage Lyceum have been working with start-up company OnLes to video tape lessons that can be used to flip the classroom.Flip the classroom is the method of a recording videos in which

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Why drawing apps are better at being whiteboards than whiteboard apps.


Let’s face it. Drawing on the iPad sucks. I know there are some great videos out there of iPad artwork but that’s not reality for us mere mortals. My students have begged me to stop using ShowMe and use a

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Isendoorn in Leerlab Digitaal Arrangeren van Materialen
Isendoorn in Leerlab Digitaal Arrangeren van Materialen

In de schooljaren 2015-2016 en 2016-2017 doet het Isendoorn mee aan het Leerlab: Arrangeren van Digitaal Lesmaterialen van Leerling 2020.
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