Create Interactive Lessons from any Web Page with InsertLearning

The internet is filled with amazing content. I am always assigning web articles, blog posts, and other web content to my students. I hope they read it deeply and critically think about what they are reading but, I can’t really be sure. Insert, InsertLearning, formally known as DocentEDU. Add Interactivity InsertLearning is a Chrome extension … Read more

An Interactive Story with 57° North for MERGE Cube

This app goes out to all my fellow children of the 80s who loved a good Choose Your Own Adventure book. The team at Mighty Coconut have created a beautiful augment reality choose your own adventure story for the MERGE Cube called 57° North. The Story 57° North is the story of two cousins who are … Read more

Inspiring Stories: Breaking Boundaries in Science from Filament Games

Inspiring kids to explore careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) is a large part of what I do on a daily basis. Now, thanks to Filament Games, we have a beautiful new VR experience to add to our toolbox – Breaking Boundaries in Science. The Experience Filament Games is known for their high … Read more

30 Tech Tools in 30 Days: 3D Bear

AR with 3D Bear If you have been paying attention in ed tech lately you have noticed that virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality have arrived in the classroom. If you were at the ISTE conference in Chicago back in July, you probably noticed that expo hall, playgrounds, and breakout sessions were abuzz with … Read more

Product Review: STEAMusic by Dalton Learning Labs

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Back in June on the floors of the ISTE Conference in Chicago, I discovered a fun company out of Hong Kong called Dalton Learning Labs. I was intrigued by their DIY Ukulele and amplifier  – the STEAMusic: Integrated Music Learning & Maker Kit. (Full disclosure – they sent a free assembled ukulele and amplifier home … Read more

30 Tools in 30 Days: Day 18 QR Codes and Google Forms

30 Edtech Tools in 30 Days

Day 18: QR Codes and Pre-filled Google Forms Today’s tool is not a tool but a tip for a tool most of you already use mashed with a tip for another tool you already use. In simple words, how to create QR codes that open a Google form with pre-filled fields. Why would you want … Read more