There is no doubt about the added value that the Internet provides for teachers and students. Anything — an article, video, tool, or resource — could be a knowledge boost for our students. As teachers, we are constantly on the lookout for improving the learning experience for our students.
4 posts Posts by Roy Pessis
Something great happened on July 10, 2008. The Apple App Store was born. Only six years down the road more than 60 billion apps were downloaded through the platform, making it one of the largest stores in history.
As Apple & Google are about to launch their app stores for the largest untapped screen in our homes, it’s worth pausing for a moment to address its dark side and understand the magnitude of its impact on our lives.
Is Apple the Supreme Court of our digital lives?
On our Desktops & Smart-devices, everything is just one touch away. So why on the browser do we solely rely on Search?
For the past 7 years I have been on an ongoing search to present the best new sites, services & apps to my readers. Every week I find at least one site that blows my mind. I get excited about how this service could evolve into something big, it’s potential to grow into a billion dollar business, and how it can change the face of the Internet.
But you won’t find these great sites on the first page of Google results—you might not find them on the first 10. As a result, these services, some of them genuinely life-changing, get lost in the dark recesses of the Internet. Even when you find these gems, you probably won’t think to access them the next time you log on. Their biggest challenge is finding a large enough audience to create a habit around their product. Continue reading →