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Three Android Apps That Help Students Search the Web

Students might forget their lunches, their gym shoes, and their homework assignments when they leave their houses in the morning, but they never forget their mobile phones. We can help students put those mobile devices to good use through the use of mobile search apps. Google Goggles is a free Android app that lets students […]

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How to Upload to YouTube from Your Android Phone

One of the things that I often mention in my workshops is the notion of taking advantage of the tools that students already have in their pockets, their phones. Just a few of the ways that you can have students use their phones includes recording short videos to use as blog posts, capturing highlights of […]

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Create Screencast Videos on Your Android Device

I often receive emails from teachers who want to create tutorial videos or have students create screencasts on Android devices. AZ Screen Recorder is a great option for doing that.¬†AZ Screen Recorder is a fantastic free app for creating screencasts on your Android phone or tablet. Unlike a lot of Android screencasting apps AZ Screen […]

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5 Things to Consider in Your BYOD School

More schools are allowing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) now than even just a few years ago. As a teacher BYOD can be a good thing as it allows students to work with a computer, tablet, or phone with which they are familiar. At the same time, BYOD can be a bad thing if you […]

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Create Time-stamped Multimedia Notes on Your Android Device

Mic Note is a free Android app that allows you to create voice recordings, text notes, and image-based notes on one concise notebook page. The notes that you record with your voice can be time-stamped by clicking on your Mic Note note page while you’re recording. You can also take notes without recording any audio. […]

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