TCEA2015 Sessions by EdTechChris

TCEA2015 Sessions by EdTechChris

TCEA 2015 Sessions by EdTechChris TCEA 2015 – I’m reposting and updating older content from my TCEA 2015 sessions. I will add relevant links to this page and recreate the activities for you to play with, use or steal as you desire shortly.   Lights! Camera! Action! with iMovie I presented Lights! Camera! Action! with iMovie at TCEA in their iPad Academy for a couple of years. I have retired this presentation, but it is…

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24 Essential Articles About Using iOS 10

24 Essential Articles About Using iOS 10

24 Essential Articles About Using iOS 10 from Apple Support When using iOS, some obvious, yet often overlooked resources are the knowledge base and support documents written by Apple. Reading them, you may find that they are the original source for many blog posts about Apple products. I appreciate the time and care Apple takes in writing these for the average user. You don’t need to be a system admin or engineer to understand them. These articles…

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Support Apple Classroom without Opening P2P Traffic

Support Apple Classroom without Opening P2P Traffic

Support Apple Classroom without Opening the Network for Peer to Peer Traffic When it was released Spring 2016, we were really concerned about how to support Apple Classroom without opening the network for Peer to Peer (P2P) traffic. P2P networking is typically blocked in enterprise networks as it is a standard means to distribute Bots, Spywares, Adware, Trojans, Rootkits, Worms and other types of malwares. (Symantec) It is estimated that 60% – 80% of the traffic for any given…

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Keeping Our Kids Safe on Social Media

Keeping Our Kids Safe on Social Media

KTXS in Abilene reported this weekend that “a convicted sex offender, in custody in Mansfield, is accused of taking two 13-year-old girls and raping them, according to police and jail records. The mother of one of the teens told KTXS that her daughter had met the accused, Robert Harris, 49, on Skout, a social media website, about two to three months ago. In addition, the mother said Harris gave them tips on how to run…

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Projecting Your MacBook or iPad Part 2

Projecting Your MacBook or iPad Part 2

Projecting Your MacBook or iPad Part 2 In Part 1 of this series, we looked at physically Projecting your MacBook via a projector or display device. Part 2 looks at using the AirPlay technology to project and Part 3 looks at three different devices or receivers that you can use with your projector or HDTV. Macs and iOS devices have the capability to project their screen onto another device in the same network using AirPlay. AirPlay relies…

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Tuesday’s Tech Tips 9/22/2015

Tuesday’s Tech Tips 9/22/2015

Click HERE to open in new tab.   Excerpts from the Tech Tips Want to Use Technology & Don’t Know Where to Start? No Worries!!! Veteran teachers all across the state have done the heavy lifting for us by creating TASA’s awesome collection of resources in iTunes U. Courses are collections of resources using instructional technology aligned to TEKS standards. The resources are best viewed on an iPad or iPhone, but many can be used on…

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Make Cute Custom Icons in OS X

Make Cute Custom Icons in OS X

Custom Icons You Can Make in OS X “How do I make cute, custom icons for web shortcuts or folders on my MacBook?” This question actually comes up quite a bit. Though it is a simple process, it does require that you do certain steps in order. In this video tutorial, we create an image which is then saved as the new icon for a URL shortcut to Teachers Pay Teachers. This method can be applied to…

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Chemio App for iOS is Free Today

Chemio App for iOS is Free Today

Chemio App for iOS is Free Today in the Appstore Chemio for iOS  is an interactive chemical reference. It provides a set of useful instruments, which allow you to perform search and calculations faster. Our app’s purpose is to replace traditional chemical books and to help you with your research or education. Get Chemio Free in the Appstore Today Why is it important? Provides your students with easy access to needed reference materials on the…

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Getting Started with Quizlet

Quizlet is at it’s very basic, a web based flash card generator. Quizlet is much more than this. The site itself allows you to play games and even take tests, all with the click of a button. You can share your card decks and even import and modify decks created by others. Innovative and clever teachers and students have been able to think outside the box and leverage Quizlet in combination with other apps or…

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