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Special Report: Teaching with digital apps

Special Report: Teaching with digital apps

Want to create your own video game to help students learn phonics? Or poll students to check their understanding in the middle of a lesson? There’s a free app for that. But finding high-quality digital resources and integrating them into instruction isn’t always easy. Here’s how some educators are making the shift....

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  1. macroconnected

    September 3, 2013 at 6:15 pm

    Graphite is just one of a few great resources that help teachers and admins navigate this space. Edsurge’s Edtech Index, Edshelf, and New Schools Venture Fund’s Edtech Map are equally useful. You can find links to these and others on this Learnist board: http://bit.ly/1eb1luM

  2. kmahon

    September 11, 2013 at 6:31 pm

    I would also recommend Balefire Labs for quality ed app reviews. Our review criteria are all based on scientific research and are transparent to the user. We display app reviews in comparison tables so that parents and teachers may compare and contrast apps directly with one another. http://www.BalefireLabs.com