Episode 164 – Angry High Schooler

Tony and Patrick after a long and much deserved Spring Break. This episode promises to be another classic as Tony and Patrick talk about some upcoming Windows news, some great advice about STEM/STEAM skills and even a bit of comic book movies and Game of Thrones. Check out the talking points below and as always subscribe to us on iTunes or your favorite podcasting app.

  1. Spring break stories
    1. iPad apocalypse
  2. Windows Lite
    1. https://www.windowscentral.com/microsofts-windows-lite-project-gets-new-codename by Zac Bowden – Windows Central
    2. Its own Chromebook like device
    3. Very early reports – unsure if this will ever happen
    4. Thoughts?
  3. Steam/Stem Core Skills by Tony DePrato
    1. https://itbabble.com/2019/03/19/steam-stem-core-skills/
    2. Appropriate skills for grade levels
  4. Self Checkout with a Chromebook! By Patrick Cauley
    1. https://itbabble.com/2019/03/25/self-checkout-with-a-chromebook/
    2. Reasons to do this?
    3. Cost?
    4. Implementation?
  5. Make your own flashcards with Google Sheets by Patrick Cauley
    1. https://itbabble.com/2019/04/12/make-your-own-flashcards-in-google-sheets/
    2. Flippity – https://flippity.net/
    3. Versatile for many different tasks
  6. Tony and Patrick discuss movies/Game of Thrones

Download this episode here

https://itbabble.podomatic.com/enclosure/2019-04-15T16_44_26-07_00.mp3″

iPhone App of the Week – A+ FlashCards Pro

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The iPhone App this week is A+ FlashCards Pro (99 cents). Now this is a great App. It is simple, easy to use and gets right to the point. Here is what you can do with this quality app. You can make your own flash cards, import them from iTunes (from other users who have made their own) or you can tap into the mother of all flashcards website: Quizlet and download from the tens of thousands of user submitted flashcards. Not only can you download but you can also add and share them to others as well. The app itself is simple. You load the flashcards and as you swipe from card to card you tell the app if you know it, don’t know it or if you’re unsure. There are a bunch of options when it comes to viewing the flashcards as well. Check out the images below.

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