For Teachers, Students and Parents

Class Dojo  Although the app foregoes the belt rankings you might find in more traditional dojo applications, it does allow you to easily award both merits and demerits based on classroom conduct to your class roster right from your iDevice or Android. Consequently, Class Dojo helps teachers improve behavior in their classrooms quickly and easily … Continue reading For Teachers, Students and Parents

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Free Education Apps for iPad

Finding apps isn’t difficult. Finding education apps is only a bit more challenging. Finding free education apps is also possible. Finding free education apps worth downloading is a different story entirely. The following is our list for the 55 best apps for learning we can find. Some are formal learning–math drilling and phonics, for example–while … Continue reading Free Education Apps for iPad

A Smart Way For Classroom To Stay Well Read

iPADAGOGY There’s a reason both teachers and students love iPad. It enables endless opportunities to create hands-on, customizable learning experiences. Reach more students with apps and books geared to any level or subject. Develop your own interactive materials with iBooks Author. Organize and deliver your lessons with iTunes U. Discover a world of possibilities with iPad. iBooks … Continue reading A Smart Way For Classroom To Stay Well Read

American University of Rome, Italy, October 19-22, 2015

My abstract for the research presentation: "iPads and EFL Classroom: Quest for innovation" http://internationaljournal.org/rome.html The belief in the equivalence of human thinking and learning vs. technological functioning was closely linked to epistemological notions of ‘knowledge’ as a group of elements that, alike ‘if-then’ rules, could be mechanically processed through signs, symbols and production mechanisms. It … Continue reading American University of Rome, Italy, October 19-22, 2015

RANDOMIZED TRIALS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH: Experimental Research

RANDOMIZED TRIALS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH Experimental research helps test and possibly provide evidence on which to base a causal relationship between factors. In the late 1940s, Ronald A. Fisher (1890–1962) of England began testing hypotheses on crops by dividing them into groups that were similar in composition and treatment to isolate certain effects on the … Continue reading RANDOMIZED TRIALS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH: Experimental Research