News Tagged 'Freeware'

IfranView

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IrfanView is a free graphics viewer for Windows. It is designed to be simple for beginners but has some of the powerful elements found in PhotoShop and could be ideal for use in primary schools.

It is particularly useful for creating panorama images where pupils / teachers can upload a collection of  images for comparison purposes in subjects such as history ...

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Using YOUTUBE Videos

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KeepVid is a really simple way for teachers to use YouTube video clips in their lessons. Simply go to the Keepvid website and with a bit of copying and pasting you will have the clip you require available for use at school. Dominic has put togother some instructions for you to follow:

Drop Box

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Can’t find your USB memory stick? Or even worse, had your memory stick fail on you? Then try Drop Box … it’s a free and convenient way for teachers to transfer documents and resources from home to school. It takes just a few minutes to set up an account and is proving popular with teachers through out the county. Feel free to ask one of us to give you a demonstration.

Prezi

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Prezi (http://prezi.com/) – Do you have PowerPoint slides that could do with a revamp? Prezi is a free alternative which claims to inspire creative thinking, discussions, and delivery of ideas. It’s certainly worth a look and recommending to other teachers in your school.

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Tutpup

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Tutpup (http://www.tutpup.com/) – Great for Key Stage 1 learners for use at school and home. It aims to provide simple, fun, competitive games that help children learn and gain confidence with Maths, English and other key skills. Highly recommended and free!

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