Socrative, Plotagon, Kahoot & Numbots
Simple Learning Time, Video Delay, Adobe Spark, Pixabay & Popplet
Simple Learning Time
Emma tells us a very inspiring story behind her app, Simple Learning Time and how she's transformed how she teachers her children to tell the time.
Matt talks about the app Video Delay which he uses to great effect in PE lessons throughout his school.
Adobe Spark & Pixabay
Sabe does a double and shares both Adobe Spark Video and also Pixabay, demonstrating how both have effectively enhanced his students creativity by allowing them to create fun and dynamic outcomes on the iPads.
Flipgrid, Toontastic, Google Arts & Culture & Times Tables Rock Stars
Martin explains how he's recently fallen back in love with Flipgrid and the many benefits the app is having in his classroom.
Emma shares a fantastic app which she uses with her pupils to enhance storytelling, create animations and improve pupil literacy.
Google Arts & Culture
I talk about an app which is being used right across his school to help with art lessons and art research, as well as showing off a cool AR feature.
Times Tables Rockstars
Rachel sings the praises of TTRockstars and talks about the impact it has had on her school. She also shares how she got her special Rockstar Name!
LessonUp, Padlet, GarageBand & Tinkercad
Rhea Flohr 🇳🇱
Brabant, The Netherlands
Rhea talks to us about an exciting app called LessonUp, which she uses to create interactive and dynamic lessons for her pupils.
Alicia Bankhofer 🇦🇹
Alicia talks us through Padlet and how she uses it for collaboration in her classroom.
Eldar shares his favourite app GarageBand and goes beneath the surface to show us some incredible power-user features which he utilities in his class.
This month I share a brand new app for iPad, Tinkercad. This powerful tool has been a long-time favourite of mine on Mac, but now it's on iPad it enables pupils to design and create in 3D in a more tactile way than ever before.
Swift Playgrounds, Numbers, Plickers & Showbie
Chris Lawson 🇬🇧
Wigan, United Kingdom
Chris talks passionately about Showbie and how he's used it to turn his classroom paperless. He also dips into Socrative to demonstrate how closely the two apps link up.
Bikem Özdinç 🇹🇷
Bikem shared an app called Plickers which she uses almost daily for assessment in her class. She tells us how the children love the interactive element and how beneficial this has been to her teaching.
Laura George 🇬🇧
Kent, United Kingdom
Laura has recently challenged herself to learn 90 new things about Numbers in her 90DaysOfNumbers challenge. Here she shares some top tips to make the most of this free app and talks about how it could help in your classroom.
This month I share the Swift Playgrounds app and talk about how we're using it in our school. I demonstrate how you can take it further than just 'Learn to Code 1 and 2' by exploring the extensive range of other resources that are available for free within the app.
AR Makr, Sphero EDU, VideoLeap & Seesaw
Lyndsey Stuttard 🇬🇧
Cobham, United Kingdom
Lyndsey talks us through how she uses AR Makr in extraordinary ways, as well as sharing some top tips for getting the most from Augmented Reality in the classroom.
Pedro Lobo 🇧🇷
São Luis, Brazil
Pedro explains how he uses VideoLeap to prepare gorgeous learning videos for his pupils and tells us how to make the most of video editing by sharing some handy shortcuts in the app.
Tom Konsek 🇬🇧
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
Tom shares his passion for the Seesaw app and talks us through the difference it has had in his classroom from both a time-saving and pedagogical point of view.
This month I've been kindly sent a Sphero RVR robot for review so I take this opportunity to talk about how we use the Sphero EDU app at my school for cross-curricular coding as well as sharing some initial thoughts on the RVR itself.
Keynote, Clips, BitsBoard & Twitter
Jakob Hansen 🇩🇰
Jakob takes us on a whirlwind tour of Keynote, the multi-purpose swiss-army-knife of apps as well as showing us a selection of fantastically useful top tips for using the app.
Alina Slepushkina 🇷🇺
Alina introduces us to an app called Bitsboard which lets you create quick and easy learning activities using vocabulary you enter into the app. Great for language learners and beyond.
Levent Erdogan 🇭🇰
Kwun Tong, Hong Kong
Levent explores the video editing app Clips and explains how he does some of his video editing magic. He shows us the basics and then shares some real tips and tricks on how you can use Clips to create fun and engaging videos for your learners.
I take a moment to share the Twitter app, in particular how I use it for personal professional development and how I organise ideas, thoughts and inspirational posts for future reference.