News Tagged 'iPad'

Exploriments: Electricity – Simple Electrical Circuits

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Exploriments: Electricity - Simple Electrical CircuitsExploriments: Electricity – Simple Electrical Circuits is an iPad App which helps pupils learn all about electrical circuits. The App does cost £1.49 ; however, even a single purchase for the class teacher to project it on to a whiteboard would be beneficial to science lessons. The App has many interactive activities and instruction videos ...

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Using Aurasma – Augmented Reality in Class

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If your school has tablet computers with Aurasma, an AR (Augmented Reality) App installed on them, there are some fun projects you might like to try out!

Here are some examples of what can be done with a well-known AR App called Aurasma.

Using Aurasma – Augmented Reality in Class

Students draw a picture of themselves and record their voices while they: describe themselves, retell a story, say a poem, tell a joke, describe ...

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Zu3D is now available for the iPad

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Zu3D App is now available to download from the Apple App Store for £6.99 (limited time only).

123ICT have always been impressed with the Zu3D software as it proves popular with primary school teachers. We’ll be looking to review the streamlined, re-engineered and improved Zu3D Original for ios on ...

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ReelDirector an iPad video editing app

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reeldirectorReelDirector is a video editing app that is really worth installing on a class set of iPads or iPhones.  

It fully supports HD video on iPhone 4 giving good quality videos. It is easy, intuitive and makes great little movies. It can be very simple – just record, add text and save – or much more complex adding transitions and music. It is £1.49 per item ...

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SMS Generator teaching aid review

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SMS generatorClasstools.net (makers of of Fakebook and many other useful classroom tools) has now released a free SMS Generator.

This handy little tool could be used in many ways in the classroom and is particularly suited to an iPod Touch or iPad display. The tools at the bottom of the generator are quick and easy to use.

Literacy, E-Safety and netiquette could be addressed by asking pupils to respond appropriately to teacher generated text messages. Other teaching ...

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