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Jobs: 'I don't want to make Android users happy'

Choose Multi-Platform Apps for Inclusive Collaboration

JR Raphael of Computer world just published an excellent slideshow featuring 20 great productivity apps for Android, iOS, and the Web. Unsurprisingly, it reads like a list of Ted’s favorite go-to app recommendations for teachers, students, and web collaborators. Here’s why: Use Tools that Include

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Collaboratively Annotate Websites the Open Web Way

  5by5 | The Web Ahead #60: Web Annotations with Doug Schepers. I have been listening to this episode of The Web Ahead that deals with annotations, or ways to leave comments on specific pieces of content across the web—even without the cooperation of the

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Use Google Timer as a ‘Teach Timer’

It’s good practice to use a “Teach Timer” during class meetings to keep a good momentum between different activities. Generally, you shouldn’t do a class activity (like lecturing or project work time) for more than 20 minutes at a time, lest students’ interest and productivity