Enter D'Apps I'm using this site to gain competence with technologies that I intend to utilize in the classroom. My college is doing a pretty good job teaching traditional methods, however, I only have one instructional media class and I believe that 21st century students should learn with 21st century technology. When I begin my teaching career, I want to integrate technology starting on the first day, and the only way I'll be able to do that is to start practicing now. I'll use blogs in the classroom for communicating with parents and daily roving reporting by students. Students will also have the option to write on their own blog. Over the next couple of years I'll model how I'll use use blogging in the classroom on this site. Please check out my other sites concerning Handhelds and Podcasting.

Friday, August 11, 2006


ElapsedTime and A+MathLauncher

Here are my two latest applications. I can tell I'm going to have to set up a separate webpage for my creations.

The first one is an Installer/Launcher for Brian Schau's Math applications. All the applications are bundled into one expandable file. After installing the Applications it acts as a launcher for easy use of the math applications. I named it A+ to make sure it would be right at the top of Handheld and ready and easy to use. The applications do have to be in the main memory in order for the installer to read it.

A+ SchauMath

The second Application is ElapsedTime. A few months ago a teacher on the LearninginHand forum asked if there was any application that that tested students on time elapsed, so here is my attempt to create one. This application works, but is in its infancy. I plan on redesigning the application, adding more levels, and adding scoring. I also want to add Minutes-to-Hours and Hours-to-minutes conversion Quizzers. I'm also going to create an application that returns a random time, and then the student draws in the appropriate position of the clock hands on an empty clock face.


Note: Place a zero in the hour spot if necessary: see picture

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