The Adobe Creative Suite is by far the professional choice for all things digital-media-editing-print. In my experience for classroom use, we typically tap into no more than 5% of the capability of these programs, which sometimes can make it hard to justify spending the thousands of dollars on the entire Adobe suite. Granted, it's worth
With National Science Week starting on 11th August to 19th August we have launched a new Apps collection called Science Discovery Apps on the App Store. It brings together all the best of all our science collections in one place. So get excited, and inspired like Einstein: where e (excited) = m (mesmerising) c (cool)
Aurasma. Aurasma is a an app that allows you to provide information to your students via augmented reality. Use this app transform a static image into a video, much like you see in a Harry Potter movie. Put simply, record a video on your iPad, open the Aursama app, capture/set the trigger image, link to
Socrative | Student Response System | Audience Response Systems | Clicker | Clickers | Student Clickers | ARS | Mobile Clicker | Software Clicker. My Room # Socrative is a smart student response system that lets you easily and quickly create and conduct quizzes. You can start an instant quiz to ask multi-choice, true/false or
iMovie on the iPad is a great creation tool for both teachers and students. You can quickly and easily use the movie trailer feature to create dynamic video presentations. Have your students create trailers to review or summarise an event or concept. Capture some short video clips. Choose the trailer template that suits. Drag and
Many schools ask about access flash content on iPads. A few apps claim to allow flash games to play on the iPad. Make sure you test these out first as there are some reports that they don't work well within school networks but do work well within home networks. Let us know how you go?
Tips2012: Teachers’ Voices #2: Doug’s i-Story | TPACK iPad Project In Schools (TIPS). The iPad is becoming a great tool for content creation but many teachers wonder how to move content from the iPad to other devices. This post tackles the issue of workflows and document management ono the iPad.
Came across this presentation during a PD session with Aubin Grove Primary School. Someone has put together a list of applications available for education in a very cool and powerfully engaging Prezi! [prezi id='http://prezi.com/swceiv2g3bbt/60-educational-apps-in-60-minutes/' width='600'] Here's the link to the 60 iOS applications here - http://goo.gl/3co8s
This Blog post sorts iPad apps into Blooms Taxonomy. Some useful examples. Enjoy!
The only app currently available on iTunes that teaches children how to write letters and numbers using Australian education approved font. via App Store - rED Writing - Learn to Write.