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EdTech Tool # 7 – OneTab

Finally a solution for all the tabs we open and keep open until we completely forget about them. I suffer from having a slow laptop that always runs on low RAM due to how much Chrome uses memory. You just need to add it as an extension on your browser. It is handy when you

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Insights – Tech Session # 3

It is amazing how the flow of the course content is culminating in a way that touches base on many elements we use in our content design as teachers. In todays session, we went through a number of digital tools that design mind maps and graphic organizers. We also mentioned some of the tools to

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Terminologies # 2 – SAMR Framework

The buzzwords often used in by educators in the last decade are “21st century learning skills”. Among those we’ve got Technology literacy which has become really present as we hit 2020. But while we incorporate technology on a daily basis in our teaching we must ask ourselves: are we using it meaningfully? In the digital

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Insights – Tech Session # 2

Another fascinating class with a whole lot of tech tips and tools. I am glad to know that many of the mentioned tools and tips, I was somehow acquainted with even if I didn’t necessarily use it. However, there were another bunch of really interesting ones which I share below: The theme of this session

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EdTech Tool # 2 – Tablet Casting on Mac

Another interesting tool, which may be very beneficial for teaching online is “Tablet Casting”. Technically, whenever you want to handwrite/draw anything on a bigger space with a more accurate and manageable way other than using the whiteboard tool available on the the several video-conferencing tools (zoom, Teams, etc). You may connect your tablet and wire

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EdTech Tool # 1 – SEEK

As promised I will try to experiment all the interesting applications we take in our tech classes and write a little review about it. My very first one here is SEEK-  a mobile application supported by National Geographic. When I first moved to Mauritius, coming from an urban city, I was very uncomfortable with the

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