iPad Apps for Screencasts

Screen capture apps enable you to record your actions on your mobile device. Typically this type of recording is used to demonstrate a procedure, annotate an example, website tours etc. Depending on the mobile device you are using there is a range of apps that can help you to capture actions. Free apps for the iPad that enable […]

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Some apps for flipping your classroom

Part of the flipping process is to create online learning opportunities for your students. These 10 Apps will be helpful for doing that. I particularly like the idea of the Screencastify app that works well with Google Chrome.  

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Creativity Apps to trial

This article introduces some new apps that could be fun to build into student learning or assessment activities. We are only limited by our imagination. Obviously one can’t use them all but perhaps choose one and trial it, ask students what they think about it and share the story on our Google+ Community. 

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Digital tools for the modern classroom

I just read this article and thought if this is what is happening in schools we need to keep up with the Jones’ so to speak; our students are coming to us through a system that is introducing them to a range of online tools, we need to build on that so they are ready […]

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Apps and online tools for inquiry based learning

This article offers a collection of web based tools and apps we can use to support the learning experience. I was excited about the VideoNotes tool that syncs with a Google account; this tool gives students the opportunity to take notes while watching videos, the notes sync with the timing on the video, a great way […]

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25 Awesome Apps

This list of Apps from the people at Ted-Ed covers a range of good apps to help you design more engaging and interactive teaching. Let us know in the Google+ Community if you try any.    

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