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Yes – this is fun. You may not be aware but Google Chrome has a team that makes something called Chrome Experiments. This thing is just thinking outside the box of what Chrome can do. Most of it is interactive … Continue reading
Tony, Tim and Patrick talk about robot restaurants (check the show notes), an educational island, more info on Android and Chrome OS merging, Open 365 and displays in every classroom. Check out the show notes below for more info. As … Continue reading
On this episode, Tim, Tony and Patrick talk about the Hour of Code and what happens afterwards and how has Google changed the way students learn. Check out the talking points below. As always you should subscribe to us on … Continue reading
Tim, Dave, Tony and Patrick will talk about putting screens on teacher’s heads, iOS 9.3 and the big updates it has for schools and some more announcements concerning VR in schools. Check out the talking points below. As always subscribe … Continue reading
The IT Babble podcast has transformed! We are shifting our format from a longer show that is published once a week to a shorter format that is published several times a week! Leave your comments or questions in the comments … Continue reading
I have been using various versions of Microsoft education solutions since 2007. I am also quiet adept at developing online Sharepoint solutions for business processes, writing custom scripts to make accessing Microsoft resources easier, and by-passing much of the fake … Continue reading
Google has a number of fun little games that you can play with your students and we can add one more Google’s Smarty Pins. This is a trivia game that works with Google Maps. You can select a specific category … Continue reading
Before moving to China, everyone told me about how it was impossible to “use the internet”. I heard stories of schools using VPNS and losing 75% of their speed just to access Google search and Google products. I personally experienced … Continue reading
I really like Mind Maps and have already written about SpiderScribe, but there may be another contender on the block. Enter Coggle.it. A new, simple and free Mind Mapping tool. All you need is a Gmail to log in. Does … Continue reading