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Martin Willis ADE Sep 7
So this is exciting! 2 weeks into term and the Crayon is already transforming our classrooms. I’ve been given a promo code to give away worth 10 crayons! TO WIN: Simply follow me on Twitter and Retweet this tweet!
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Donna Smith Sep 10
8 was ago these boys hadn’t touched keynote. Last week they had a team challenge of skills they’d learnt so far. it’s rough and ready and they didn’t have much time, but so much problem solving!
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SwordsCC iLeaders Sep 11
We had fun today with Oide Lyndsey taking part in The first challenge was to draw emojis in Keynote.
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Mr. Erdoğan 🎬🎵🏀 41m
Here are another few examples of my students creating fun videos on iPads using . Inspired by (and his son 👍🏻👌🏻)!
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Maria Montemayor Sep 13
This week we learned about ’s ! I made a template in for students to review important concepts, including voice instructions for scaffolding. Then each student created their own digital citizen for our class bulletin! 🤩
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Sara Hodge Sep 13
Students in Mrs. Toberman’s class are sketching the main character from Hatchet in Keynote, split screening it with their Books app and highlighting important quotes. Then they record their quotes in explanations to make a line draw animation movie!
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✨ Mark Anderson ✨ Sep 12
NEW POST: Using Adobe Spark Post and Siri Shortcuts to make animated gifs
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Ben Barltrop Sep 6
My new guided reading workbook aimed at immersing readers by providing a bank of activities for children to explore alongside their school/home readers. Can be fully student lead or used to acompany lessons.
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Mathew Pullen 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 12h
Join me for this weeks where we will share ideas to keep the innovative practice in schools going strong. And remember, bring a friend along
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Mr. Erdoğan 🎬🎵🏀 Sep 13
Here’s another alternative to the when thinking about . You can use to draw something with a green background and import it into . All of this was made on .
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Jamie Clark Sep 13
In this Science scaffold, students can visualise their learning of the ♥️ by drawing & labelling, adding photos, inserting audio explanations & creating flow-charts with shapes, colours & connectors.
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Chris Galley Sep 9
Taking some BattleMania inspiration from and , I’ve created Numbers files to assess the (>300) high frequency spelling words from the UK primary letters and sounds lists. 📥 Download all the files here:
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Rasmus Toft Sep 7
2 min. explanation. 2 min. Thinking and 15 min. of doing. Green Screen for iMovie rocks
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Gerard Greally 21h
Replying to @MrErdoganEDU @AppleEDU
Hi , I might have a way to cut down steps.. I’ve used your workflow before and found some problems using yellow or cyan (maybe because I didn’t export as 4K). This way the clip is all done in Keynote and then exported.
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Laura Hilltout 11h
Replying to @MrsHilltoutArt
Great example for introducing the Welsh language
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Donna Smith 6h
Talking communication today - the need to bring multiple communication techniques (verbal/visual) together to reach your greatest audience. What are your best examples of or other modes?
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Tim Evans 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇪🇸🇭🇰 Sep 13
Did you know you can use the Search Bar on your iPhone/iPad to make a super quick calculation? ➕➖✖️➗✅
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Rebecca Jardin Sep 14
Sign up to my 2 day EARCOS wkend wkshop Oct 5-6, Saigon South Int School. We will be using great apps for brainstorming, planning, research, sketchnotes, bks, posters, animation & AR message & I’ll send reg info.
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Mr. Erdoğan 🎬🎵🏀 Sep 13
Here’s how you can use to add effects to your videos! Stop worrying about filming something green! Instead, add an effect that has a green background!
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Julie MacDonald Sep 13
Weekends are for 1. Laundry and 2. Creating & Exploring! I’m joining the late but hey - better late than never!
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