“Math gets all the love—at least that appears to be the case in the edtech world. But applications of automated essay scoring have been growing steadily for 15 years. The shift to digital instructional materials, preparations for state online assessment, and a new crop of writing apps is adding new energy to digital ELA.
We’ve collected more than 30 scoring engines and other literacy apps”
“Web apps offer a personalized browsing experience for you and your needs. Google’sChrome browserhas effective web apps to help students create a focused, more productive and intuitive way to study while online.
Below are some of the top web apps for students looking for helpful tools to focus while online, as selected by Google’s Chrome Web Apps Guru, Rahul Roy-Chowdhury.”
“The first iTunes U course that is getting this new social layer is, of course, the uber-popular Stanford class on iOS development. Seems like a natural fit. Registration for the course just opened a few minutes ago and will stay open until July 6th. So if you’re itching to learn about cutting-edge technology while using cutting-edge technology, this is for you. The course runs from June 25 to August 27. If you’re on the fence, there’s an extra carrot to register: the first 1,000 students to register will be able to have the apps they develop evaluated for being given a prime spot on Stanford’s iTunes U website.”
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