BYOD? Ways to Go Paperless with Flipboard
Jenn de la Vega / September 10, 2015
- Compose questions about current events and have students react in the comments.
- Put together a reading list.
- Conduct research for homework or reports (especially if the library is booked).
- Create quick presentations.
- Practice a language or memorization with mobile flash cards.
- Collaborate on a study hall playlist.
- Keep a recipe box for quick and healthy school lunches.
- Encourage seniors to start documenting their final year with a digital yearbook.
- Dive deep on a subject with topic pages.
- Protip! If you have a computer lab or library terminals, consider setting your browser’s homepage to a topic page, like biology. That way, whenever you open a new window or tab, you’ll see the latest flips and news about that subject.
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