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Stoodle is a new free online collaboration tool hosted by ck12.org. You can use the Stoodle collaborative whiteboard on any platform simply by launching a browser. There is no app to download, no account to sign up for, and no bill to pay. You can upload documents from your Google drive or computer, and use your device to take photos, or record audio or video.

JeopardyLabs is another entry in the “create your own Jeopardy-type game” category, and it’s a nice one. It’s simple to use, and there are a lot of games that you can choose from if you want to avoid creating your own.

If you’re looking for some new ideas on how to use the iPad in the classroom, check out this image. It starts with relatively simple ways to use the device – by consuming information – and moves to more complex models such as collaboration and creation. This is a good way to explore using the iPad to support Thoughtful Classroom dimensions.

I really love this one. This article explores thoughtful ways to approach integrating technology in education. This is a must read!

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February 14, 2015 - Posted by | Uncategorized

2 Comments »

  1. I read about clyp (your piece on Behrman House’s Technology Tuesdays), went to the website, and registered. I clicked on the “start recording” and microphone permission is denied. I cannot find on the website a way of finding out how to use the record function. Can you steer me in the right direction? Thank you!

    Comment by Holly | May 20, 2015 | Reply

    • Hi Holly – thanks for your comment. This actually isn’t an issue with the website itself – it’s just asking permission to use your microphone on your computer. This may be in your browser setting. I know that when I click on websites that require microphone access, I get a little box asking me to allow access. You might try using a different browser and see if that little box comes up. Each browser does it a little differently – you can do a web search for the name of the browser (for instance, Firefox) and microphone access to see how to handle it in each different one.

      Comment by Tktchr | May 20, 2015 | Reply


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