#whatisschool is back again and I am thrilled to welcome back a colleague of mine in Singapore, Adam Torrens to co-host this week’s chat with me. We will be talking about Apps and the application of these to add value to student learning.
With thousands of educational apps flooding the App Store, it is becoming increasingly important that schools take a closer look at which apps students should use and for what purposes. Should students only use creative based apps to show their learning? or can students gain knowledge from consumer based applications for particular subjects? This week’s #whatisschool chat discusses which apps various teachers value for classroom learning.
Remember that our chat times for around the world are: (updated 26 November 2018)
- Thursday 3pm Pacific Time
- Thursday 5pm Central Time
- Thursday 6pm Eastern Time
- Thursday 11pm GMT
- Friday 12am CET
- Friday 7am Singapore/Manila/WA (Perth)
- Friday 10am AEST
- Friday 12pm NZT
Questions #whatisschool, November 29, 2018 6PM ET
1) What are the big differences between creation based apps and consumer based apps?
2) Where do consumer based apps have a place in education these days?
3) How should schools or teachers determine which apps should be put on student devices?
4) Should students have more apps on their devices or less apps on their devices to choose from when creating work?
5) Which apps have a place in any classroom and any subject at school?
6) Who should people follow on twitter to find out more about using apps effectively for learning?