Since the updates to iWork apps in March, I have been playing around with various new elements.  The ability to draw on documents, animate the drawings on top of the ability to already collaborate on documents is a real bonus for schools when looking to enhance the learning in the […]

Making Books in Pages

I came across this app whilst training some students on the use of iPad in primary. We were discussing the use of other apps in sessions and looking at planning different topics. one of the students (Mel) mentioned a timeline she had seen so we searched and found this great […]

Timeline app by ReadWriteThink

I have just been playing around with a great set of apps that can really help if you are looking at video use in lessons. Tempo is a great app that lets you speed up and slow down your movies with a simple push of a button. No need for […]

Video editing apps

When working with students it is clear to see how engaged they get when they create new things and have the opportunity to share it with others. Two apps that are fast becoming favourites of mine are Shadow Puppet and SeeSaw.  Both made by the same people they provide a […]

Seesaw and Shadow Puppet

After a meeting last week with @ICTEvangelist I was introduced to a new app called Ping Pong.  Not an app for table tennis but a neat app for finding out what information students do or do not understand in a session. It is a really simple app to use and […]

Ping Pong app for AFL