One strategy to learn new words is to associate them with words we already know. And there is a nice iOS game for that: Word Association (link). The game lets you complete packs. In each pack, you have several levels/puzzles to be completed. Continue reading
If you’ve used Kahoot in class, you know how crazy students can get about it. They like to compete and see their names pop on the screen. Some students can get so competitive that you’d see them grab their hesitant friend’s iPad and hit the right answer for them… Well, the answer they think is right. –The fight is usually interesting when the enthusiastic friend hits the wrong answer 😀
If you attended one of the rich Microsoft workshops offered by our talented colleagues Samantha McDonald-Amara, Jamila Al Shehhi, and Azza Al Awadhi, you must have learned about Padlet and how it can help you engage your students in a more active manner in class.
A lot of our learning by doing projects require students to create and submit some kind of video to showcase their work. While there are a few apps on the iPad that can help with that, Adobe Voice is one of the best options! Continue reading