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How Trello Showcased Their Mobile App with Video We've made two videos to showcase our mobile apps for Trello, and wanted to share our experience with the process. The video above shares some production techniques that we learned while setting up a camera and lighting to shoot video of a mobile device. The post below is going to cover some of the thought process that went on behind the scenes.

12 Awesome Edtech Apps Build an edtech teaching toolkit that works for you with reliable tools that suit your needs and circumstances. Learning should focus on content, not on figuring out how a tool works. While I'll probably use 100 tools during any school year, I have 12 in my trusted toolkit, listed here in no particular order. I've also asked teachers on Twitter about their favorites, which I've shared at the bottom of the post. Kahoot! – Applications Android sur Google Play Kahoot! is a game-based learning platform that leaves your students begging for more. With a refreshingly new take on introducing a subject, formative assessment and deep discussion Kahoot! initiates conversation, leaving students on the edge of their seats. Kahoot!

Nearpod Step 1. Go to Nearpod.com to create a Nearpod account. Step 2. Create presentations by logging in to your Nearpod account on your computer and using their web based presentation tools. You can not currently create presentations for Nearpad on the iPad. Step 3. Explain Everything June Recap - Explain Everything™ In this month’s recap, we share some of the more interesting and entertaining videos we have found in June featuring Explain Everything. Be sure to read out big announcement regarding Explain Everything 3.0 which is coming in July!. Visit us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter if you’re looking for more information, updates, and code giveaways! Responding to text using Explain Everything Paul Hamilton suggests some ways to integrate and effectively use free book resources into Explain Everything projects. Interactive learning with the iPad and Explain Everything

Jumi-Mouse, ULTIMATE REMOTE DESKTOP SOLUTION<br /> JumiMouse+ Turns your iPhone / iPod / iPad into a fully functional mouse, keyboard, and remote desktop client, as well as a set of remote controls for your media players. It gives you full control of an unlimited number of PCs via Wi-Fi, 3G, or Edge. JumiMouse+ Gamer's Edition has all the JumiMouse+ capabilities and also includes a professional Joystick JumiMouse is a free version that does not include keyboard & remote control suite Its a remote desktop client, which lets you access & work on your PC from anywhere Its also a remote for any app on your PC, so you don't have to get up from your couch And its got an extra keyboard so you can do CTRL / ALT key combos COMMON USES Couch Remote: remote control your PC while watching movies / listening to music Application control: if you went out and forgot to activate something on your pc (backup, downloads, etc), connect with Jumi Mouse PLUS and get it going.

Chromebook Creation: Slides, ThingLink, & Snagit This is a guest post from Greg Kulowiec (@gregkulowiec) of EdTechTeacher - an advertiser on this site. With Chromebooks being adopted as the 1:1 tool of choice in schools throughout the country, it is helpful to note that there a number of options that allow for student creation that go beyond the suite of Google tools. One example of this creative potential takes advantage of a staple in the Google Apps library, Slides, and works in combination with Thinglink as well as the Chromebook screencasting option from TechSmith, Snagit. In the image below, the process is outlined where a student could create an image or poster in Google Slides, export the image as a PNG or JPEG file, and then upload that file to Thinglink. Once in Thinglink, the hotspot tags can be added to include text, links, or even YouTube videos.

Apps that Unleash Creativity Great for creating social stories! – ★★★★ by melmcf123 – Version 1.1 – Mar 31, 2012 This app is GREAT! It is fully customisable and really good to use as a social story creator for children with ASD. One feature that I would love to see added is the aboility to record your voice so that when you touch the speech bubbles it will read the words out. Easily Transfer Third Party Movies To Your iPad - WiredPen We’ve started using the iPad to stream movies to the AppleTV so that we can watch them on the big screen. It’s one thing to stream a show we’ve bought from the iTunes store or a clip off YouTube. Those are very straightforward. But what about other (third party) video files? (1) If you have a DropBox account (and time), you can upload the video file (acceptable file types without additional software: .m4v, .mp4, and .mov).

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