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January Parent Technology Night

The Burlington EdTech Team will be hosting our first Parent Technology Night of 2013 on January 22 at Marshall Simonds Middle School. The topic for the discussion will be Google Apps for Education in Burlington schools. Please join us for an opportunity to learn about some of the powerful technology tools being used by Burlington students. The session will highlight how our students are beginning to use Google Apps during…

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How Do I Do That? January 2013

There will be four sessions of the How Do I Do That Technology Series in January. Each week we will be visiting a different school in Burlington for the sessions. Join members of the BPS EdTech and IT Teams for technology support. Share ideas with Burlington teachers and collaborate about using technology in the classroom. The sessions are open from 2-5PM and provide support for many edtech devices and applications. Sessions will include…

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Google Apps for iOS Series: YouTube Capture

I have come to a recent conclusion: I really like running Google applications on my iOS devices. Roughly a year ago, this sentiment was not something I could even conceive saying. However, since September of this year Google has kicked their iOS app development into overdrive and created some really nice applications for Apple users. This trend is a good thing for schools that find themselves iOS devices with the…

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The Library of Congress and the iPad

There is a great resource offered by the Library of Congress that allows anyone – no account or fee required – to access primary sources scanned by the Library. What’s great about these resources is that they are available on the web in PDF formats. Students navigate to the website, find the source they want, and on an iPad, can use the “open in” option to import into a variety…

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Paperless Classroom Series: Notability and Google Drive

In the past two paperless posts I covered applications that can help educators begin the paperless process. Note, I apologize for the overuse of alliteration in that preceding sentence. Once you have mastered Google Drive and Genius Scan, you can now begin the process of sharing content with your students. Google Drive gives us a cloud option for storing and sharing digital content with our students. Genius Scan gives us…

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iPad K-12 PLN Meeting #3

Meeting #3 of the K-12 Apple iPad PLN will be held at Millis High School in Millis, MA on Tuesday, January 15. Join educators from across New England to learn more about iPads in education. This PLN is a unique opportunity to learn from educators who are currently using iPads in the classroom and share ideas about how to best use the technology in our schools. The third meeting of the iPad…

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Paperless Classroom Series: Genius Scan+

For many of us, we find ourselves in a transitional point in education. At Burlington, this transition has happened abruptly with the integration of the iPad. With in the matter of a year, we have gone from sparsely using technology in our classrooms, to having it with us and our students daily. While there is no denying that the classroom landscape is changing and will continue to change, we, as…

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How Do I Do That? December

There will be three sessions of the How Do I Do That Technology Series in December. Each week we will be visiting a different school in Burlington for the sessions. Join members of the BPS EdTech and IT Teams for technology support. Share ideas with Burlington teachers and collaborate about using technology in the classroom. The sessions are open from 2-5PM and provide support for many edtech devices and applications. We will…

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