Monthly Archive:: January 2015

Making a difference with Nearpod

We recently ran a competition on Twitter for our followers to tweet images of Nearpod in their classrooms. We had some great entries, but our absolute favorite was this set of photos from Kyle Langman, who teaches Economics and Accounting at Maritzburg College, Pietermaritzburg in South Africa.

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Enjoy Nearpod on any device!

Nearpod was designed to work on any platform and any device! So no matter which device you and your students are using, you can add Nearpod to your list of not-to-be missed apps! Download the free Nearpod app from one of the stores below: ~ Apple App Store: use Nearpod on iPads, iPhones, and iTouches. ~ […]

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Love is in the air!

Check out our awesome Valentine’s Day Nearpods. We’ve got two great new Nearpods just in time for V-Day!

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New Nearpod app: 8 new features that will help you reinvent your classroom

Feedback is a gift and our loving community definitely knows we love to receive it 🙂 So we’ve listened to educators’ ideas and suggestions and voilà! A new version of Nearpod, full of surprises, is ready to download.

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FETC & TCEA 2015: Seven days of inspiring ideas!

Want to reach creative colleagues and share tips, experiences, and resources? Join us at several huge edtech events that are now around the corner.

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Meet our new blogger, Pamela Levine

Meet Pamela Levine, a Stanford Education Technology Specialist, Nearpod User, and new Guest Blogger!

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Let’s get to work

Our star author Rick Meyer’s new lessons on Simple Machines are perfect for Grades 2-6! This series of eight science lessons looks at how work is measured and the different tools that we use to make work easier.

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Developing presentation skills with student created Nearpod lessons

Check out Middle School Teacher Jessica Vannasdall’s case study on using Nearpod to help students build competencies and overcome fears of public speaking.

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