Ordinarily, I don’t write a post about a relatively unimportant issue as a tool’s name change. However, since I’ve written so positively about Edcanvas in the past, I wanted readers to know that they’ve...Read More
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I’ve previously posted several times about Edcanvass, and it’s already on a number of “The Best…” lists. This week they added another great feature — the ability to easily record up to five...Read More
I’ve previously posted about Edcanvas. It’s now added some features that let teachers track a bit more of what students are doing on it. Here’s a video describing their new capabilities, and you can also read a...Read More
I just learned about Edcanvas from Diana Laufenberg. It’s a nifty tool that lets you very easily add videos, images, website snapshots and files to create a grid canvass for students to access (teachers can also create...Read More
I regularly highlight my picks for the most useful posts for each month — not including “The Best…” lists. I also use some of them in a more extensive monthly newsletter I send-out. You can see older Best Posts of the Month...Read More
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