Animate it

I’ve been using Aardman Animations Animate-it App on my iPad as a plenary activity. A group of students will use the last ten minutes of a lesson to create a stop motion animation which demonstrates the learning that has taken place.

As a plenary it’s been a fun way of seeing how they present what they have learnt. It can also be used the following lesson to re-cap the progress we’ve made.

Here’s a link to the app page: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/animate-it/id544691268?mt=8

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Useful websites for apps

Here is the link to Quizlet http://quizlet.com/ accessible from macbooks and PC products.
They have an app for iphone http://quizlet.com/mobile/
Example of what I have created for languages can be found here: http://quizlet.com/13860356/world-of-work-opinions-sur-le-stage-flash-cards/
Another app/software good for revision/flashcards but only available on MacBooks is Genius: http://genius.sourceforge.net/
Isabelle

General iPad ideas – Clyde

Make sure you download ios 6 (from settings – check for softward updates on ipad), basically same software as on iphone 5, and with iPad 3 the siri works really well, as does the 3d maps and the speed of some apps etc.
In terms of in a class, the “dictation voice recognition” is amazing, so if you have a dyslexic or someone struggling to write technical words then they can do some work on the ipad by talking to it.

Hello world!

This blog was created to allow the Twynham Digital Innovation group to share ideas easily and store useful links. Hopefully it will be useful for other teachers too.