January 12th, 2016 by Sean

December Recap 2015

December 2015 recap of articles and news

Here is a recap of interesting posts and articles about Explain Everything™ Interactive Whiteboard from December. Visit us on Facebook, Google+, and follow us on Twitter if you’re looking for more information, updates, and code giveaways!

recap_icons-zigMegan Roberts from Techie Education provides a comprehensive review of Explain Everything. She highlights the variety of features, from inserting pictures to making how-to videos, the easy way of creating basic lessons, and the possible utility for teachers, students and businesses. Read the whole review on techieeducation.org.recap_icons-web.gov Brittany Kraft, who blogs at The Goodrich Way, shows how she incorporates Explain Everything to help students develop deeper understanding of math concepts. By letting her students record all of their thinking about different ways of subtraction, she describes how she is able to better catch and clarify students’ misconceptions. Find out more on goodrichway.blogspot.com.
recap_icons-kathy_schrockTucker MacNeill, Learning Technology Advisor, University of Brighton, shares Explain Everything as the final “brightest app” in a series called 12 Apps of Christmas. In his post, he highlights the functionality of the app and introduces the basic features. Read more on blogs.brighton.ac.uk.recap_icons-zigMark Mackie, teacher and blogger, provides tips on teaching pupils to use external apps in the classroom. He demonstrates Explain Everything and its functions that may be useful in educational contexts. Read the whole article on learninginspired.com.
Cheryl Burgemeister, classroom music teacher and author of a series of Virtual PD publications, presents a tutorial for using Explain Everything to create an interactive exhibition stall and a digital portfolio display. Find out more on mrsbmusicroom.com.recap_icons-supportExplain Everything co-founder Reshan Richards shows how daily activities can influence imagination and then storyboards ideas using EE. See those results on his blog constructivisttoolkit.com.
recap_icons-learningshareAn elementary classroom teacher from Kentucky shares a great example of a comprehensive and fun holiday project for students allowing them to use many of the features of Explain Everything. See that project on teacherspayteachers.com for more.recap_icons-ytBelow are some of our favorite videos from YouTube made with or about Explain Everything last month. If you click on the YouTube logo above, you will see all of the EE-related videos from last month.
Science Prediction Explain Everything App
Explain Everything Teacher Example
Area of a Triangle
Authentic Learning Brings Science to Life
Reviewing Explain Everything iPad App