The ICT Evangelist Newsletter

Brand new for 2018 with a featured resource, recommended app, guest recommended TnL resource, book recommendation & blog post of the month.

 

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David Gale

By | TeachMeet Clevedon 2 | No Comments

Tagxedo ArtYou can put in words and it will create a piece of art with those words. The more the word appears the bigger the word will be in the artwork. You can change the shape of the picture the words appear in. Great for poetry, key words…etc

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Simon Bevis

By | TeachMeet Clevedon 2 | No Comments

Scratch softwareAnimation type programme – creating animation through code. Appealing to students, very colourful. Blocks of code can be dragged and dropped. Useful for teaching logic, maths, storytelling. Completely free and lots of support for users and students.

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Donna Hay

By | TeachMeet Clevedon 2 | No Comments

A few ideas for the classroomGoogle sites – creating websitesOnline jigsaws – can import any image and things can be dragged into place. Great for starters!World news site – picks out today’s world news from a variety of different sites. What is important news for each country?Google-a-day – gives a…

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Ian Addison

By | TeachMeet Clevedon 2 | No Comments

Virtual presentation of 7 ideas in 7 minutes1 primaryschool.com/avatars – make your own characters2 isle of tune – creating music through cars moving on a road around obstacles3 physicsgames.net 4 wordsearchmaker.net5 ideas to inspire – a range of ideas shared, interesting ways to use hardware and software6 under ten minutes.com7…

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Catherine Merriman

By | TeachMeet Clevedon 2 | No Comments

Gifted and TalentedDon’t be up the front as a teacher… Get the students in charge of their lessons. Thinking about how they learn and the language of learning. Getting students to believe in themselves. Getting gifted and talented to work harder too. It’s good to make mistakes, try the harder…

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Dave White 3D Printing

By | TeachMeet Clevedon 2 | No Comments

Creating objects by adding material. Accessible machines for schools when considering price. Mechanical parts can be made as well as DT based projects by students, products and prototypes, mathematical models, iPhone stands, iPhone sat nav holders for bikes (gcse project). http://rapman-education.posterous.com/

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Streaming instructions for #tmclevedon

By | TeachMeet Clevedon 2 | No Comments

In order to view our Stream of #tmclevedon today, please:   1. Go http: http://bit.ly/iXslTQ 2. If requested, enter your name and email address 3. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: clevedon 4. Click “Join”. To view in other time zones or languages, please click the link: https://ukfreetrial.webex.com/ukfreetrial/j.php?ED=179867532&UID=1242402587&PW=NNzNjOGIxNmU2&ORT=MiMyMQ%3D%3D

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Week 1 with my iPad in School

By | iPad | One Comment

So I have had my teacher iPad for 2 weeks now and you’ve seen one post already. That was written during the ½ term break, without having had the ability to really discuss the apps and usability in terms of real experience with students. Having been back at school now…

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Educational Jargon Generator

By | Cool sites | No Comments

Amaze Your Education Colleagues This fine academic tool was designed to assist in the writing of reports, grant applications, and other documents related to public schools. I believe that it will be particularly useful for people involved in writing reports for WASC accreditation. Amaze your colleagues with finely crafted phrases…

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