iPhone app of the week – Stack the Countries


Last week was Stack the States and this week is Stack the Countries. It’s by the same developer so you can expect quality and fun when using this app. Unlike Stack the States, Stack the Countries lets you chose between questions about specific continents or the world. You can also specify what type of questions you would like to be quizzed on (identifying questions, languages, capitals, flags and more). It is very easy to use and you can have many different player profiles (perfect for sharing within a class). Take a look at the images below to see what you can expect. You can find Stack the Countries on the iTunes app store here.

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Podcast Episode #36 – May 30, 2012

It is just Omar and I this week but that does not deter the entertainment and educational value of this week’s podcast. We have a lot to talk about so check out our agenda below. Also, be sure to subscribe to us on iTunes.

  1. 1. Omar’s post “Please Don’t Call Me!
  2. 2. Post from Jeff Utecht (www.thethinkingstick.com) – “Why there is no one way to go 1:1
  3. 3.Tom Whitby’s (www.tomwhitby.wordpress.com) post – “How We Teach Trumps What We Teach
  4. 4. iPhone App of the Week – Stack the Countries
  5. . In what kinds of technology should teachers be required to be competent? The debate about technology expectations for teachers.
  6. Mozilla Thimble helps you learn CSS and HTML things that can will go wrong

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