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BrainPOP UK - a new movie a day covers a huge range of topics including all material available in french. Great support access the whole websites content via the app if you have an account - very cheap 600 pounds per year for 24/7 access for a large school. Great for introduction to a topic, revision, explaining a difficult concept as it breaks things down and simply explains concepts
Pocket - no time to read a tweet, no time to explore a video or website easy put it in your pocket for when you do have time, save having heaps of tabs open on your browser. access from iPhone, iPad, laptop
Puppet Pals - use characters and backgrounds or create your own - animations to explain anything, tell a story, interview someone or a group, talk from someone else ’ s point of view, explain a concept, show your understanding of a topic, issue etc
Puppet pals the first french lesson for yr 7 ’ s for the year
Screen chomp -tools that allows screen casting how to explain how to do something, explain a concept many apps do this - Show Me, Educreations, Explain Everything (paid) and screen chomp - can download screen casts
Bill Atkinson PhotoCard- postcards - create your own postcards use as a postcard, use for revision add image 3 things you learnt this week and one thing you want to know more about - most important thing you learnt this lesson add relevant image and email to me. postcard for the stomach, sound- songify -create your own song with sounds behind it
Creative book builder - create your own books using text, audio, video email completed works or save to itunes if too large. sound: garageband students have created the music and recorded voice
strip designer - create comics and cartoons, use text, photos, speech bubbles share via email
sketchbook express - drawing app where you can have layers text use images and add to them great for writing answers down quickly, creating own drawing this is a yr8 angry bird seasons drawing gr8 for art as it has many tools for students to learn to draw, create backgrounds here to use with other apps
Pic Collage - images and text control over background great for flyers, posters, visual diary Skitch - annotate any diagram with text and arrows Great for labelling diagrams, annotating images etc
Corkulous pro - brainstorm, present ideas with text, images, post it notes with info, url links, have boards under boards for character analysis or issue analysis.
idea sketch above, simplemind+ below - concept maps mind maps brainstorming
Popplet lite - brainstorm with images and text - timelines, concept maps
snapguide - easy how to ’ s share on web via an email link
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Workshop detailsPresented by:* Donna MacKinnon and Clare Rafferty* We teach in iPad 1:1 classrooms @ yr 7and 8* On Twitter @DMac06025068 &@craff2008* Clare’s Blog: http://raffsrant.global2.vic.edu.au/ *This presentation can be found @ slideshare.net titled: STAVCON 2012 (without the video material and student images :)
Websites to discover - Paid apps gone free or reduced in price....
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