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How To Train Your Robot « Dr. Techniko's Children's Stories Last Sunday, I taught six kids of ages 5 to 7 how to program. “In what programming language?” you may ask. Well…I didn’t use a programming language, at least none that you know of. In fact, I didn’t even use a computer. Instead, I devised a game called “How To Train Your Robot”. Top Three QR Code Reader Apps for Teachers March, 2015 Looking for some good iPad apps for scanning and reading QR codes? Here are the three titles we recommend the most. Of course, there are several other good QR reader apps out but the ones we are featuring today are especially helpful in that they allow you to scan and take you directly to the linked website.The first app in this list has an added feature which is that of creating PDF files from scanned materials. 1- QR Reader

Claymation Station As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued. We would like to thank everyone for being a part of the ThinkQuest global community: Students - For your limitless creativity and innovation, which inspires us all. #Twitteracy “So here are some questions that keep me up at night: How are we to make our students literate if we ourselves are not? If we cling to age old definitions and ignore the wisdom of one of the oldest professional education organizations we have in this country, how do we provide my kids with the experiences they need to fully understand what it means to be a self-directed, participatory learner in this century? How do we make sure that every child and every teacher has access to these tools and connections? And what do we do when the reform conversations are being led by a majority of folks who have no context for the changes that are happening every day in these connected spaces, folks that by NCTE’s definition, may have some literacy issues themselves?”

4 Cool Stop Motion Apps for iPadiPad App Finders Creating stop motions can be a whole lot of fun. In order to make great ones, you need some experience in this area. But having the right tools could always help. Here are a few iPad apps you can use to create stop motion animation on your tablet: Recognising pupils’ wider achievement « Glow Cookbooks Overview: S6 pupils and Mr Russell Sixth year pupils at John Ogilvie High School in South Lanarkshire have recently started to use a Glow Group to store their records of achievement. 22 Chrome Apps Every Teacher Should Know about March 23, 2015 Over the last weekend, we spent sometime curating what we think are some of the best Chrome apps and extensions for teachers and students.Our selection is based on the reviews we have been posting here over the last couple of years and is also based on criteria such as popularity of the apps, its ratings...etc. Of course the list is no way comprehensive and there are tons of other apps to be included here but for brevity and practicality purposes we limited our list to the titles featured below. Have a look and share with your colleagues. 1- Google Classroom “Classroom is a new tool in Google Apps for Education that helps teachers create and organize assignments quickly, provide feedback efficiently, and easily communicate with their classes.

How to Create a Claymation or Stop-motion Video Claymation is an animation technique used with clay figures. Basically, each movement is a new “shot” and the “shots” are connected together at the end to make a movie. Famous claymation cartoons like Gumby and Wallace and Gromit have made the artistic form popular. Stopmotion is the original animation technique used to create cartoons. You can use any kind of toy (legos, for example). Everyone Round the Camp Fire – Learning Comes First in New School Design {*style:<b> Over the last couple of years I have begun to take a deeper interest in the spaces that we call school and those we don’t but which are still considered spaces for learning. </b>*} Much of this focus has to do with our ongoing work at NoTosh with architectural firms and in support of schools seeking support and advice in making the most of new and old physical designs.

Teacher Apps for Creating Time-lapse and Slow Motion Videos May 17, 2015 We have handpicked for you today a list of some very good iPad apps that you can use with your students to create time-lapse and slow motion videos. Time-lapse is a cinematographic technique that involves compressing several photos (or frames) into a high speed video. This technique is usually used to photograph slow-changing scenes or objects (e.g cloudscapes, plans growing, crowds…etc). Stop motion is “an animation technique which makes a physically manipulated object look like it’s moving on its own”. Here is a very good article if you want to read more about time laps videos.

Welcome to the Web Thank you for visiting 'Welcome to the Web'. By working your way through this web site and taking part in the exciting challenges and activities, you will learn all about the Internet. Good luck! What is it? « Algodoo Algodoo is a unique 2D-simulation software from Algoryx Simulation AB. Algodoo is designed in a playful, cartoony manner, making it a perfect tool for creating interactive scenes. Explore physics, build amazing inventions, design cool games or experiment with Algodoo in your science classes.

Clay Animation Made Easy How to get started: Storyboard/Brainstorm: Have students brainstorm ideas and create a storyboard and script for their movie. Example story starters: Software for Storyboarding/Brainstorming: Atomic Learning's FREE Video StoryBoard Pro Software for Mac and Windows Script writing and storyboard software (FREE) for Windows Inspiration Software for Mac or Windows

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