Periodic Table of Apps by Mark Anderson (@ictevangelist) Taking inspiration from Sean Junkins’ (@sjunkins) periodic table of iPad Apps, this fantastic resource showcases some of the best app's on the market for teaching, learning, demonstrating, collaboration, literacy, numeracy, creativity and computing. This Photoshop created periodic table is an easy to use resource which can be placed in … Continue reading Periodic Table of Apps
Try Nearpod to allow interaction with your presentation Create a free ‘silver’ account at http://www.nearpod.com The Nearpod app is available at the iOS, Google and Windows app stores. Teachers create an interactive presentation, which they then share with their learners. Students can see and interact with the presentation on their devices, which is controlled by … Continue reading Try Nearpod to allow interaction with your presentation
Try Plickers to mobile, multiple choice questioning. Go to http://www.plickers.com to set up and then download the Plickers app from the iOS or Google app stores. Download the basic Plickers cards, for scanning, from https://www.plickers.com/cards. These come in various sizes and shapes to suit all learners. In the app, create a question to ask the … Continue reading Try Plickers for mobile, multiple choice questioning
Use Edpuzzle to flip the classroom. Go to http://www.edpuzzle.com and sign up for a free account. Once signed up you will need to add a class and you'll then be allocated a class code to share with your learners. Search for an online video on edpuzzle and choose to 'use it'. You can crop the video, … Continue reading Use Edpuzzle to flip the classroom
Try Kahoot! to assess understanding in your lesson. Go to http://www.getKahoot.com and sign up for a free account. You can create a game based classroom response activity, where learners are encouraged to use their mobile devices. You can post up a series of questions on the board which learners interact with and provide responses, via … Continue reading Try Kahoot! to assess understanding in your lesson.