Easy On The Ears: A Review By C. Yang

There are times when “learning at your own pace” means having to listen to videos or instructions. In a classroom of 36 students, having all students at their own pace could possibly mean 36 different locations on a video or learning module. Allowing students to have a comfortable listening device is essential to those kinds […]

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Chromebooks Now Have A Suite of Creativity Apps

It’s no secret that I am a big supporter of iPads for student use in the classroom. A big reason is because of the creative output that the iPad enables. When I helped launch the one to one iPad program in the Encinitas Union School District in 2011, the emphasis was on student creation with […]

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ThinkWrite Customization Program

  All headphones and headsets come from a brand, but it is rare to find a brand that allows you to personalize the brand with customized branding. What if we told you that you can now customize colors and branding to match your district/school? This  may sound shocking to you because products designed for education […]

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ThinkWrite Headsets Review By Katie Chirhart

REVIEW PROVIDED BY: KATIE CHIRHART · MAY 15, 2016 · I teach in an iPad Lab that services over 700 students in grades K-5 per week. There are many pros about my job, but one major con is headphones, that was until the biggest downside until Think Write Headsets were adopted. Headphones are a critical […]

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Google Doc’s New Voice Typing Feature

Google introduced a new feature for Google Doc’s that works exclusively in their Chrome browser and Chromebooks in the last month. The new voice typing feature is built directly into Google Docs on the Chrome browser now and puts the Chromebooks closer to what other devices like iPads and iPhones have had for the last […]

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ThinkWrite Headset Review From Erin Klein

Erin Klein graciously shared her thoughts on the ThinkWrite headset on her blog. We always appreciate any positive feedback. She is a great educator to follow on Twitter (@kleinerin) and also has fantastic blog. ThinkWrite Headsets: Build with Students in Mind I was so excited when a great friend of mine suggested I try these […]

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ThinkWrite Headset Review From EdTech.tv

This is a post and video review that originally appeared on Brent Warner’s EdTech.tv blog. Back when I was managing a school we would have kids running in and out of the computer lab, tugging at headsets, bending the earpieces, and constantly searching for driver problems with connecting the headset to the computer. If only I […]

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