3 Powerful Apps for Creating Green Screen Videos with Students June 8, 2015 Green screen is a cinematographic technique that allows video editors to add a variety of visual effects to their videos. These effects include : adding virtual backgrounds, superimposing subjects over animated backdrops, placing a subject on another shot and many more. Green screen technology has been widely used in weather and movie industry. 5 Reasons You Should Keep All Your Notes in One Place Do you ever find yourself searching for that one note that you know you wrote down somewhere? Perhaps, it is a last-minute frantic search for a piece of information that you need. Or you have been endlessly searching for days for that missing document. You need to keep your notes in one place. Where are Your Notes?
Watch Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Online Free Putlocker IMDB Rating:6.7/10297,886 votes Release:2005 / Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Genre:Adventure Director:Tim Burton Stars: Johnny Depp, Freddie Highmore, David Kelly 12 Important iPad Tips Every Teacher Should know About August 31, 2015 iPad is radically transforming education and revolutionizing the way we teach and learn. With over 80,000 educational apps created specifically for iPad, both teachers and students are empowered with endless possibilities and learning experiences that were up to the very recent past beyond imagination. From apps to create interactive content and simulated experiments to apps that allow you to virtually explore the human body or navigate the wide universe and galaxies, iPad brings a world of knowledge and learning opportunities right to your fingertips. Given the burgeoning importance of iPad in education, we deemed it important to share with our readers some interesting resources to help them tap into the full educational potential of this versatile device. In this regard, we have compiled the list below featuring some important iPad tips for teachers.
A Learning Secret: Don’t Take Notes with a Laptop “More is better.” From the number of gigs in a cellular data plan to the horsepower in a pickup truck, this mantra is ubiquitous in American culture. When it comes to college students, the belief that more is better may underlie their widely-held view that laptops in the classroom enhance their academic performance. Laptops do in fact allow students to do more, like engage in online activities and demonstrations, collaborate more easily on papers and projects, access information from the internet, and take more notes. Indeed, because students can type significantly faster than they can write, those who use laptops in the classroom tend to take more notes than those who write out their notes by hand. Moreover, when students take notes using laptops they tend to take notes verbatim, writing down every last word uttered by their professor.
10 Great iOS 9 Features for Teachers October 13, 2015 iOS 9 is the newest release of Apple’s operating system. iOS 9 comes with a bunch of powerful features and enhancements to improve your productivity and performance.We have been experimenting with some of the features embedded in this update and decided to share with what we think are the best things in iOS 9 for us in education. 1- Picture in Picture While using FaceTime or watching a video, press the Home button and your video screen scales down to a corner of your display.
Make More Time by Scheduling Your Media Make More Time by Scheduling Your Media Mar 06, 2012 Clay Johnson Mom was speeding back home. It was 1991 and the season premier of Northern Exposure was on at 8pm. How to Manage Time Like You'd Manage a Budget The amount of time you have each week to accomplish tasks and get results is limited. Which means you have a finite budget of hours -- just like you have a finite budget of dollars. After reading this article, my hope is that you give your time budget the same discipline and respect (or more) that you give (or should give) to your financial budget.
Make a Productivity Schedule In The Seven Habits for Highly Effective People, Franklin R. Covey writes about the importance of scheduling priorities. Schedules tend to get a bad rap. People who schedule out every single part of their lives are considered cold, rigid, and non-spontaneous. People who don’t schedule anything are considered flaky and irresponsible. How to Make Time by Prioritizing and Scheduling: 6 steps Edit Article Edited by Harold R, Manuel_Montenegro_THANKS!, Nicole Willson, Flickety and 13 others You may not be able to create time, but you can manage your life effectively to maximize the time you spend with people, pets, work, friends, family, and just hanging around. Ad How to Make a Schedule You Can Stick To Have you ever been surprised at how much you can fit in when you’re at a conference? When we have a schedule provided for us, we manage to get from one event to the next at the right time; the imposition of external timings means that even if we’d like to stick with one task a little longer, we move on quickly. We deal with emails in brief breaks, sending shorter replies than usual, ditching any junk without even opening it. In day to day working life, though, we tend to find ourselves struggling to stick to self-imposed schedules. One or two things overrun; emails and phone calls come in; our boss dumps an urgent task on us.