Free App Friday: TouchCast

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on the blog of BHS Help Desk student Kevin Lynch. Free App Friday! Our Free App of the week is TouchCast. Last year we wrote a post on TouchCast, but we wanted to remind people of this awesome creation app and the new features it has. Touch casts is…

Free App Friday: “How Hudl Changes the Game”

Editor’s note: This post originally appeared on the blog of BHS Help Desk senior Josh Boulos Hudl is an app that allows teams to watch film on their performance which ultimately contributes tremendously towards team improvement. It allows players to even trim plays and make their own highlights which is exactly what I did to…

Free App Friday: Google Keep

So far, our Free App Friday series has featured the video creation app Adobe Clip and the organizational app 30/30. Today’s Free App Friday recommendation is the device agnostic and super awesome Google Keep. “Your thoughts, wherever you are” The web version of Keep has been available for awhile, but it’s now available for both…

Mr. Milton Mixes it Up with Explain Everything

Burlington High School Social Studies teacher Mike Milton is bringing innovation, creativity, and elements of digital citizenship into his classroom this year with an original Social Studies Digital Remix Project. As a talented digital mashup artist himself, Mr. Milton has been experimenting with photo editing for quite some time and for the 15-16 school year,…

Free App Friday: Adobe Clip

Today is the first “Free App Friday” post where the Help Desk will highlight a new, free (and fun!) app that we feel is worth integrating into your 1:1 classroom. While Google Apps will continue to serve as our core group of applications for students and teachers, there are some powerful iPad apps which promote…