Monthly Archives: July 2014

Greenshot – Featured Screenshot Tool

     Looking for a tool that you can use to capture your screen in many ways? There are plenty of screenshot tools in the internet. Some of these tools were mentioned in my previous posts. While browsing the web for other useful tools in my class, I accidentally visited this site which offers a free screenshot tool. I was fascinated and tried to use it.

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Posted by on July 29, 2014 in Screencasting, Uncategorized


Create Android Apps

Create Android Apps

Using programs and application needs not to be complicated or limited depending on the device that you use. I do much of my work with the use of my laptop and a PC in my workplace due to their superiority over smartphone and tablet. However, there are certain things that we wish we can do with our gadgets (smartphone or tablet) like what we do in our PC.

I was about to use my laptop to browse one of my favorite websites I use to visit when I tried to figure out if there is a mobile apps of this website, unfortunately, I haven’t found any in the Google Play. While browsing for a solution, I pass on this site in which it offers to create an android apps for FREE.

AppsGeyser free android app maker

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Posted by on July 28, 2014 in Uncategorized


A Short Review and Guide to EDU2.0 E-Learning Platform:

Another e-learning platform on the net that serves as a virtual classroom is EDU2.0.



In EDU2.0, when you create your account, you will be registered as an individual that has at least four (4) positions. You can be an administrator, teacher, parent, and student. The interface of EDU2.0 is a bit complicated at first due to there are many options that you can do in it. The EDU2.0 offers almost all the works/ activity that you are going to do in your classroom (for teachers)/ school (for administrators). 


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Posted by on July 27, 2014 in Learning Platform


Connect and Relate Your Ideas with Mind Mapping!

Showing pictures, reading phrases or simply deriving equations is somewhat vague or ambiguous for sometimes to our students most especially when they cannot visualize the relation of what we wanted to share or teach them. Even in a good presentation, when a presenter could not relay the topic from its context the objective will not be achieved. 
An online tool that I found in the net that somewhat can help solve this scenario is the use of Mindmeister. A tool used to create a concept map.
You can easily share your mind maps because Mindmeister offers integration of most used social network site like Twitter, Facebook Google account and Evernote. It can also be used in collaboration. It has a feature to share your work with your colleagues and students by simply inviting them via email or by giving giving them the link of your work. The good thing is, you can work with your collaborator in real time. Each color is assign to a user in order to easily identify them. Don’t be bothered to open a new window for chatting since mindmeister has an integrated chatboard in it for users to use. In this way, you can have a brainstorming out of what you are doing. 

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Posted by on July 26, 2014 in Uncategorized

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