Participate’s Twitter education chats occur daily throughout the school year, generally in the evenings. Most have an overriding theme or focus on a specific subject or grade level. All edchats feature a set of questions that the chat participants respond to and discuss. The chats usually last one hour, but you may jump in or leave at your convenience. On Participate’s chat website, you can find the current day’s edchats that interest you and work with your schedule. A wide variety of weekly chats are posted, with many occurring during a regular time slot. Some states even have their own edchats, but anyone is welcome to take part in any chat.
I know you are very prepared and working hard to make everything perfect. But a lot has changed over the past four years, and I wanted to write you this letter to share advice on topics that you may not have thought of.
Sprint recently launched Safe & Found, a feature-rich family services app designed to give parents the ability to view their child’s smartphone location—to help ensure that children are safe and to provide greater control over internet browsing and app usage. The website provides details on how Safe & Found can give family memberspeace of mind.
Students can turn their smartphones into a robust piece of data collection equipment with the MyTech app designedfor iOS and Android. Ideal for a physics lab environment, the app allows students to analyze the motion of the device using raw data from the phone’s internal sensors as the phone falls, spins, or collides with springs.