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Periodic table of iPad apps vol 2

Periodic table of iPad apps vol 2
iPad Published on June 18th, 2016 | by Mark Anderson First things first. It’s never just about the apps. End of. That said being guided around tried and tested apps from the classroom can be really helpful. The last periodic table was taken by a number of schools and rebranded, removing my name and having their name put on by them in replacement. For those that are interested, I made it using Photoshop. If you’d like a higher resolution version of the image, please download it from here or share this link >> Tags: #iPad, ipad apps, learning, periodic table, periodic table vol 2 About the Author Mark Anderson Mark Anderson is a former assistant headteacher, an award winning blogger and education technology expert, keynote speaker, best-selling author of 'Perfect ICT Every Lesson' and independent consultant. Related:  Apple

5 typos qui imitent l’écriture manuscrite – Les Outils Tice Que ce soit pour un affichage pour la classe, pour un travail artistique ou une invitation, on est parfois à la recherche d’une typographie un peu originale. En voici cinq. Cinq typos qui imitent l’écriture manuscrite. Cinq typos que je trouve particulièrement jolies et qui ont l’avantage d’être gratuites pour une utilisation en classe. Vous pourrez les télécharger en allant sur la page de leurs auteurs. MyghtType Une typo particulièrement élégante pour de beaux titres en grandes lettres. Cavorting Un petit air d’aquarelle pour cette belle typo qui joue avec les couleurs. Arabella Une typo façon calligraphie très originale. Tragic Marker Une police qui imite à la perfection une écriture manuscrite faite au marqueur ou au gros feutre. Skrawk Serif Encore une jolie typo qui imite une écriture manuscrite faite au crayon ou au feutre fin. Voilà pour ces cinq coups de coeur personnels. Sur le même thème

The complete list of Siri commands There's a lot you can do with Apple's virtual assistant -- and some things you can't do. For example, while Siri can send texts, search Twitter, and open up your front-facing camera, she can't adjust your device's volume (something OK Google can do). Apple hasn't published a complete list of Siri commands, though you can find a fairly comprehensive guide to Siri's abilities inside Siri herself (open up Siri and say "Help" to see what she can do). So here's our unofficial guide to Siri commands and questions. Hey Siri There are a few ways to get Siri's attention. Press and hold the home button to activate Siri and issue her a command or ask her a question.If you're using Apple's Earpods, press and hold the center button to activate Siri and issue her a command or ask her a question. The basics Call or FaceTime someone. Phone/Settings Scheduling and reminders Schedule or cancel a meeting. Search Define [word].What is a synonym for [word]? Navigation Entertainment Sports updates. Music/Apple Music

200 astuces pour maîtriser Google Google est avant tout connu pour son moteur de recherche. Lancé en 1998, l’outil n’a cessé de se perfectionner, pour devenir la référence. Mais Google, ce n’est pas qu’un moteur de recherche : il s’agit aujourd’hui d’un éco-système complet, proposant de nombreux services. Les outils Google sont relativement simples à prendre en main. 10 astuces pour mieux gérer son compte Google Avant de maîtriser les outils Google, il est important de maîtriser son compte Google. 25 astuces pour la recherche sur Google Le moteur de recherche est l’outil Google le plus utilisé. 30 opérateurs Google pour affiner ses recherches Pour affiner encore plus ses recherches, vous pouvez utiliser des opérateurs dédiés. 25 astuces pour Gmail Pour envoyer et recevoir des emails, de nombreux outils existent. 12 astuces pour Google Inbox Vous avez peut-être déjà accès à Google Inbox : il s’agit de la nouvelle messagerie Google, présentée en octobre 2014. 30 astuces pour Google Chrome 15 astuces pour Google Maps

TeachingEnglish - British Council This semester in my TESL course, I am introducing my students to ways in which they can incorporate mobile devices into their teaching. All of the things I am showing them I have already used in my English language courses at one time or another. My hope is to get them thinking about how they can have students use these devices to help their language learners instead of fighting against their use in class. As many of you know, I don’t have a problem with phones, tablets, and other types of computing devices in my classroom since I see the real problem as being much deeper. The problems with distractions and potential cheating has very little to do with the devices themselves and more to do with things such as motivation. You may have seen studies on both sides of this debate, but most of them have to do with surface issues and don’t deal with things such as teacher training on the use of technology in the classroom and approaches to teaching. Criteria: Poll Everywhere What is it?

The Best 4 Whiteboard Apps for Teachers February 13, 2015 Looking for some interactive whiteboard apps to use in your class? The titles below are among the best you can find out there. These apps will enable you to brainstorm and organize your ideas visually. They are also ideal for joint collaboration on a classroom project or for working on a shared presentation. You can also use them record and share tutorials or to add interactivity to your lessons and make them lively. 1- Doceri ‘Combining screencasting, desktop control, and an interactive whiteboard in one app, you’ll never have to turn your back to the class or audience again. Watch this video tutorial by SP Controls to learn more about this app. 2- ShowMe ShowMe enables you to turn your iPad into a personal interactive whiteboard. Watch this video tutorial by iPadagogy to learn more about this app. Watch this video tutorial by Learning Technology at Ohio State to learn more about this app. Watch this video tutorial by ISD544 to learn more about this app.

Réparation Mac - iFixit Massachusetts, The people of Massachusetts have always stood up for their right to repair. In 2012, voters passed a law that ensured residents' right to repair their car wherever they wanted. Now, it's time to do the same for electronics. With the Digital Right to Repair Bill, H.3383, we have a chance to guarantee our right to repair electronics — like smartphones, computers, and even farm equipment. The Digital Right to Repair Bill requires manufacturers to provide owners and independent repair businesses with fair access to service information, security updates, and replacement parts. If you agree with us, find out who represents you in the Massachusetts legislature. iOS 10: Release date, features and everything else you need to know - CNET iOS 10 is here. Even though it looks just like iOS 9, a lot -- and we mean a lot -- of features are radically different. Messages is a lot more like Facebook Messenger, the lock screen packs a lot more info, and you can finally delete Apple's default apps. There's a lot more to know, so bookmark this page as you get started with iOS 10. Wait -- read this first! No seriously, wait. Currently, the iOS 10 update is freezing some people's phones. Have an iPhone 5 or iPhone 5C? 10 reasons to update. Prep your phone before updating. Now you're ready to download the update. iOS 10 basics We found 23 hidden features. New Siri features. You can now delete apps! All the major changes Control Center. Don't forget the Apple Watch iPhones and iPads aren't the only devices that got new features.

Bons outils TICE pour son projet - Général Pour réaliser les productions, faciliter les échanges entre classes et même entre élèves, vous aurez certainement besoin de plusieurs outils adaptés à vos objectifs, à vos conditions techniques, à votre niveau de compétence avec les TICE (même si les élèves plus âgés peuvent vous aider). Pour centraliser les échanges et les productions réalisées dans le cadre du projet, chaque projet enregistré sur le eTwinning Live bénéficie d'un Twinspace (en savoir plus). En plus des outils suggérés ici, consultez la liste d'outils TICE pour un projet compilée par les ambassadeurs eTwinning, très complète et continuellement mise à jour. Le Twinspace Le Twinspace est l'espace sécurisé de projet où vous pouvez inviter vos élèves, vos partenaires, pour centraliser les échanges et les travaux menés au cours du projet. Un Twinspace est ouvert pour chaque nouveau projet enregistré sur eTwinning Live. Visioconférence Outils gratuits de visioconférence : Partage de documents lourds Documents collaboratifs

LearnEnglish – British Council English is the language of Shakespeare and the language of Chaucer. It’s spoken in dozens of countries around the world, from the United States to a tiny island named Tristan da Cunha. It reflects the influences of centuries of international exchange, including conquest and colonization, from the Vikings through the 21st century. Here are 25 maps and charts that explain how English got started and evolved into the differently accented languages spoken today. The origins of English 1) Where English comes from English, like more than 400 other languages, is part of the Indo-European language family, sharing common roots not just with German and French but with Russian, Hindi, Punjabi, and Persian. 2) Where Indo-European languages are spoken in Europe today Saying that English is Indo-European, though, doesn’t really narrow it down much. 3) The Anglo-Saxon migration 4) The Danelaw The next source of English was Old Norse. 5)The Norman Conquest 6) The Great Vowel Shift The spread of English Credits

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