About Learning in Hand and Tony Vincent

Learning in Hand is an educator's resource for mobile and digital learning. It was started in 2002 as part of Tony Vincent's classroom website. At first focusing on Palm handhelds, Learning in Hand now encompasses all kinds of digital and mobile learning.

The only thing Tony Vincent likes better than teaching is learning. He currently resides in Council Bluffs, Iowa, but he used to teach fifth grade in Nebraska. Since 1998 he’s been a pioneer in digital learning, having a classroom website before many classrooms even had internet access. In 2001 he had a 1:1 classroom full of Palm Pilots, and in 2005 he started one of the first podcasts from an elementary school. Tony experienced how empowering it was for students to be equipped with tools to help them be productive and creative. Later he became his school’s technology coach and helped his colleagues integrate technology.

Today Tony Vincent works as a self-employed consultant. He has traveled to 40 states, Canada, Australia, England, and the Caribbean to facilitate workshops and to make presentations to K-12 educators and students. He has authored books, produced videos, developed an iPad app, and blogged about learning and technology. Tony believes that students learn best when they are engaged in authentic tasks—tasks that matter to them. He has many examples to show, advice to give, and technology to demonstrate.

Tony's latest project is the iPad app, Stick Around. It empowers students, teachers, and parents to design, play, and share sorting and labeling puzzles. Read more about Stick Around.

Tony Vincent is available to speak at events, conduct workshops, and host webinars. See the Services page for more information.

If you are hosting an event with Tony Vincent or writing about Learning in Hand, you may want to use one or more of the images from the Logos and Head Shots page.

 

 

Disclosure

  • Tony Vincent is self-employed and president of Tony Vincent, Inc.
  • Tony Vincent is never paid to do a review and never accepts money to review a product or service.
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