Chrome Music Lab for Science, Music and more

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Want to experiment with music? Teach the Physics of sound? Take a look at Chrome Music Lab. Freely available via https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/ there are a number of tools there to help teach everything from rhythm to oscillation to soundwaves to spectograms and much more besides. As you can see from the above screenshot,…

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Music player for Google Drive

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Music player for Google Drive is a free and simple to use, lightweight player for audio content you have in Google Drive. This makes it really handy to listen to all of those podcasts or audio recordings you’ve had your children send to you via Google Classroom. You can access…

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Explain Everything comes to Chromebooks

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Popular App and recent winner in an Apple Distinguished Educator poll, Explain Everything has added to its available platforms a Chrome app which works well in the Chrome environment. As you’ll see from the screenshot below it won’t work on other devices running Chrome, only on the Chromebook. I’ve used…

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The Power of the Visual for learning

By | EdTech | 10 Comments

Visuals are so powerful. Carl Hendrick wrote recently about motivational posters recently here and I tend to agree when they’re used out of context, however I think visualisations can be a great learning tool, particularly when students make them themselves. We can embed learning linked to numeracy in lots of…

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