Apps

I ask teachers about their favorite apps. Build an edtech teaching toolkit that works for you with reliable tools that suit your needs and circumstances. Apps here should be understood in a wide context: web apps, tablet apps such as iPad and Android apps, computer software and applications, and even websites.


Writing training material is an interesting psychological experiment. I find that no matter how much time and details I try to add to a set of instructions, there will always be some room for interpretation. Someone will invariably require some level of clarification and in a classroom setting, questions will […]

Design Training Material Efficiently


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Love them or hate them, PDF files are here to stay. And if they look very good and are easy to open, they are almost impossible to edit. Almost but not entirely. This is your solution to highlight and annotate PDF documents. The Portable Document Format PDF stands for Portable […]

Highlight and Annotate PDF Documents










Math students are still bound to their trusty graphics calculator. Teachers need to teach students how to use these calculators. The problem is that those devices are tiny and it's difficult to show specific steps to your students. It is much easier to project the steps you take on your calculator for all to see. This is the ultimate guide on how to run a graphics calculator on your computer, and display it on your projector.

Display a Graphing Calculator on your Computer