And for the art educators out there, Free Tech has a nice write up and introduction to Google's New Art Project. The project "features artwork from dozens of famous museums all over the world" and you explore each museum like you would with Google Street View.
Finally, for the history and social studies teachers, Free Tech has a write-up on National Geographic's new Timelines of Exploration. They're not incredibly in depth, but they make for great introductory resources to their respective topics.
Edudemic also has a review Professor Christopher Hoadley's recent presentation on "Educational Media & Technology in 2013: What's Next?" I've embedded the presentation below, but if you're interested in a quick summary, check out their article.
- Flipped Learning: Creating an Innovations Class
- EduWin Weekly: Engaging Students
- Building a School Web Presence Using a YouTube Channel
The Lightning Round...
- Edudemic suggests 3 Crazy Ideas to Make iPads Perfect for Education
- Educational Technology covers Chrome Extensions, BYOD Infographics, and BYOD activities
- The Ed Tech Review has a new infographic on How Tablets are Influencing Education
- Getting Smart has also has a new infographic on Blended Learning from the Gound Up
- And last but not least, Edudemic reminds us to Check Out the Supermoon on June 23rd
It's been just over a month since I launched the Round Up and I think it's off to a pretty great start! If you ever have feedback, suggestions, apps/programs you think I should check out, or just want to talk about technology in education, please don't hesitate to send me an email! Thanks again and see you tomorrow!