Tag Archives: Ipads

1 on 1 Feedback

What is the most powerful teaching tool there is? Probably one on one feedback about a student’s performance.  A new iPad video tool, Coach’s Eye, can help you do that. Coach’s Eye, as the name suggests, was developed for critiquing … Continue reading

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Taking Attendance

Taking attendance in a class is a plebian but necessary task that may be eating into the time you want to spend on other classroom activities.  Aside from any attendance rules the individual professor may have, and the fact that … Continue reading

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Reining in IPad Mania

With their sleek, sexy design, not to mention all the advertising and hype surrounding them, it’s not surprising that IPads are selling like hotcakes. People with newly purchased IPads appear at our door daily saying, “So I have a new … Continue reading

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