Explore Workshop, Speech Recognition, and more!

Advances in Artificial Intelligence , 978-3540001249, Guilherme Bittencourt, Springer; 2002 edition

Affective Dialogue Systems:Tutorial and Research Workshop, ADS Kloster Irsee, Germany, June 2004 Proceedings

Coding projects for kids: Set up challenges like programming Dot and Dash to knock down bowling pins

9 cool coding projects for kids using Dot and Dash

We've put together 9 super cool coding projects for kids using Wonder Workshop robots Dot and Dash, all shared by other kids, clubs, and teachers.

Scholastic.com-Here are all the quick, compelling one-session activities you need to incorporate interactive learning and technology into your curriculum. Each activity requires no prep and can be completed in 15-30 minutes.

Computer Lab Favorites - 50 One-stop learning activities - minutes each

Teachable Moments: Free Learning Websites

Kids love technology and parents love watching their children use technology in beneficial ways. This list of websites offers free subscriptions that help guide students to success.

Digital Citizenship: Resource Roundup. Best collection of cyber bullying info and resources on the net.

Digital Citizenship: Resource Roundup

Hands-on lessons you can adapt for your PBL workshops, from our Project-Based Learning Professional Development Guide.

When it comes to Guided Math and creating engaging, fun centers… our iPad station is a fan favorite. And these apps are great for any special education classroom setting. Use these apps for Guided Math centers because kids love technology! Blog post at Mr

Guided Math Apps for Special Ed

High Speed Vedic Mathematics is a super fast way of calculation whereby you can do supposedly complex calculations like 998 x 997 in less than five seconds flat

Collaborative clothing! The main issue of the workshop is to look at experience with and learn from situations of communication through what we wear and bring that to a higher or different level through the combination of computer technology and the materiality of fabric. The achievement is to

Collaborative clothing! The main issue of the workshop is to look at experience with and learn from situations of communication through what we wear and bring that to a higher or different level through the combination of computer technology and the materiality of fabric. The achievement is to

We read books and then created book trailers using Movie Maker! There were so many standards met in this engaging reading (technology) project! Read about it and get the free download (with Rubric) to get started!!

Creating Book Trailers in the Classroom

We read books and then created book trailers using Movie Maker! There were so many standards met in this engaging reading (technology) project! Read about it and get the free download (with Rubric) to get started!!

How to Use Virtual Reality in the Classroom: Virtual Reality has the power to transform the future of learning. By giving students an interactive, three-dimensional learning environment, we have the potential to reach learners in ways previously never conceived. For a closer look at the future of virtual reality in education, dive into this article from the Samsung Insights blog: Immersive Virtual Reality: The Next Frontier in Education.

How to Use Virtual Reality and Google Expeditions in the Classroom

How to Use Virtual Reality in the Classroom: Virtual Reality has the power to transform the future of learning. By giving students an interactive, three-dimensional learning environment, we have the potential to reach learners in ways previously never con

Google Dictation is a great tool for reluctant writers, non-readers, and those with disorders such as dyslexia or dysgraphia.

The Best Kept Secret on Google: Dictation! ... And How to Do It

Create Your Best Math Workshop - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits

Create Your Best Math Workshop

Create Your Best Math Workshop, guided math, math lessons, math block, math schedule

An internet search might be a good place to start to find out about something, but we shouldn’t just trust the first website result we find. This is especially true when using the internet for research with students. How can we teach them digital literacy and critical thinking skills we all need to survive in the digital world?

An internet search might be a good place to start to find out about something, but we shouldn’t just trust the first website result we find. This is especially true when using the internet for research with students. How can we teach them digital literacy and critical thinking skills we all need to survive in the digital world?

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