Posts Tagged ‘iPod’

Teaching Finance with the NFL

Posted by | Filed under Teacher's Tech | Sep 15, 2011 | Tags: , , , , , , , , | No Comments

Now that football season has kicked off, it’s the perfect time to highlight an educational game based on our favorite pigskinned pastime. VISA and the NFL have teamed up to create Financial Football, a free program that combines personal finance questions with a football video game to teach students about money management. The game is […]

My Apple Turnover

Nowadays it’s pretty hard to escape the draw of Apple and their line of products. As a lifelong Windows user (at least since my Commodore went out of style), I found myself in the situation last year where syncing my beloved iPhone and iPad with my Windows machine was becoming extremely frustrating. Let’s face it; […]

Closing the Digital Divide in Schools

Having grown up in a digital world, kids are inherently tech-savvy. On an average day, a teenager wakes up to his cell phone’s alarm clock, turns on his laptop to check for any updates on his Facebook page and watches a video on his tablet or iPod on the bus on his way to school. […]

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