Download Crossword Express The file you will download is called CrosswordExpress.zip. When it is downloaded, the file will be found in your normal download folder, as defined in Preferences for the web browser you are using. Both Windows and iMac users should note that the .zip extension may be missing from the file name. Printing Press The interactive Printing Press is designed to assist students in creating newspapers, brochures, and flyers. Teachers and students can choose from several templates to publish class newspapers, informational brochures, and flyers announcing class events. Text added to the templates can be modified using a simple WYSIWYG editor, which allows students to choose text features, such as font size and color. Documentation for the Printing Press includes instructions for using the tool.
The top 11 apps to use with Book Creator As chosen by our Book Creator Ambassadors. We’ve heard from many teachers that Book Creator is a great app for ‘app smashing’. Because you can pull in content from other apps so easily, it’s often the last step in the workflow – where students collate all their content from other apps into one place, to showcase their work. So we thought we’d delve a little deeper to find out which apps were the top choice at the moment when it comes to working with Book Creator. We asked our Book Creator Ambassadors to give us their top 5 choices for apps they love to use in conjunction with Book Creator.
tutorial Welcome to the tutorial! Here we will explain the most important functions of LearningApps.org. You can end the tutorial at any time via the close button in the upper right corner. If you want to know what Apps are already available click here to go to the overview page. Here you can sign up at LearningApps.org. 15 real classroom uses for Minecraft These days, it seems like Minecraft is second-nature for many kids. The beauty of Minecraft lies in its sandbox structure–students can create anything, with limitless resources, and often their creations are astounding. Is it any wonder, then, that educators are incorporating the popular block-based game into their curriculum?