News Tagged 'Freeware'

Free Technology for Teachers

Posted by:

Free technology for teachersMany teachers have favourite Web 2.0 tools which they use and stick to faithfully because they are useful and of good quality, or because they are easy to use tools which provide a wonderful service. However, even the faithful may find  better, different or interesting-to-explore tools in this massive collection provided by Free Technology for Teachers. I for ...

Continue Reading →
0

Scratch Programming – now online

Posted by:

Scratch - New and onlineScratch gives children a fantastic introduction to computer programming.  It is used in a range of learning environments – classrooms, educational and computer science research, libraries, museums and at home.

To find out more check out the ScratchEd online community.

This new version of Scratch does not need a download of software, it can be accessed inside a browser so pupils can work on their games at home as well as in ...

Continue Reading →
0

Scratch 2.0 Beta now available to download

Posted by:

A new version of Scratch is now available to download via: http://beta.scratch.mit.edu/.

It is still Beta at the moment and we will looking to evaluate it on behalf of 123ICT schools.

For more information via the Scratch 2.0 forum of watch the video clip below:

 

Continue Reading →
0

Nanoogo – a new way of creating posters

Posted by:

A  Nanoogo screen shotNanoogo is an new on-line platform where teachers can create logins for their classes.

Pupils can then log in  to write stories, create interesting artwork, and share their knowledge.  It is a web 2.0 resource where pupils can make poster type of presentations and has great educational potential.

Nanoogo is easy to use, free ...

Continue Reading →
0

Free on-line typing programs

Posted by:

With so much work being completed using technological devices, it makes sense that more emphasis is put on keyboard skills and typing. Below are four completely free on-line typing programs or sets of typing games aimed at KS1 and 2 pupils:

Dance Mat Typing web page image      keyboarding gamesContinue Reading →

0
Page 1 of 4 1234