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Martin Burrett

Android 4 Schools - 59 views

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    This is an amazing site for any educator with an Android Android. See reviews about the best apps and tips on how to use them effectively in your class. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Martin Burrett

Sensor Sense | UKEdChat.com - Supporting the #UKEdChat Education Community - 10 views

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    A great Android app which shows you the many readouts of the sensors on your Android. Use them in science, geography and more.
Carl Bogardu

Tweet with power on your Android Android with Twidere - TechRepublic - 9 views

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    With more features than the standard Twitter app, this is a highly configurable interface for those that are heavy Twitter users. Configuration instructions on this site.
Martin Burrett

Sworkit - 4 views

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    A great random workout generator. Choose the type of exercise and set the timer between 5-60 minutes. This could be used as a 5 minute challenge in a sports lesson. The site works well on mobile devices, but there are apps for Apple and device devices to download. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Sports+%26+Fitness
Marc Hamlin

AppBreeder | The Online iPhone App Builder - iPhone App, iPad App, Blackberry App, Android App and Palm App | Welcome to AppBreeder - 3 views

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    This free site allows you to design web apps for iOS and Android Androids.
Martin Burrett

Talking Tom Cat 2 - 2 views

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    Help develop language skills for students who are having difficulty with this Android and Apple Android App with a cartoon cat that copies every sound you make and interacts in other ways. The basic free version has lots of functionality, but comes with banner ads. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Special+Educational+Needs
Martin Burrett

Nearpod - 16 views

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    "A wonderful resource which for educators to present lesson slides and resources to a class on their own Apple/Android Androids. The teacher can set the pace and chooses when the slides move on. This tool allows you to show images, text and set tests/quizzes in real time and collects the data."
Martin Burrett

Motion Stills - 34 views

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    "A superb GIF maker from Google which captures short animations using your camera on your Android or iOS Android."
suzanne foxworth

alternative word cloud that works on android - 34 views

I use Galaxy Tabs in class and it is frustrating when nearly all apps are for apple. It is also frustrating when websites do not work from the internet connection on either device. (Yes, I have bo...

Galaxy tab education word cloud

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Martin Burrett

SomNote - 64 views

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    A useful sticky notes site that syncs with a well designed Android and Apple Androids app. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Martin Burrett

Skoolbo - 208 views

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    This is a must try site which provides an amazing 3D world which teaches English and maths core skills. Players race against two other randomly chosen online players of a similar level. The questions start out very easy and adapt to the performance of the player. The questions are read out and some are displayed on the screen. The player just clicks on the correct multiple choice answer to increase their speed. There is a download for PCs and Macs as well as apps for iPad and Android. There are teacher accounts which allow you to make logins for lots of children quickly. When there log in students will be asked to design an avatar. Because the resource requires a sizeable download it takes a little time to set up, but because it runs on your local Android game play is very smooth and quick. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Glenn Hervieux

Free Technology for Teachers: Two New Apps That Are Great for Recording Audio Interviews - 57 views

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    "Both of these apps can be used by students without creating any kind of new online accounts. Neither one is entirely perfect, but they're both quite good." - Opinion is an iPad app & recordings can be saved to Soundcloud & Evernote. StoryCorps is available for iPhone and Android Androids, and is good for interviews.
Deborah Baillesderr

Happy Numbers - NEW Online Math Resource - 62 views

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    Grades K-2nd - "HappyNumbers.com is an online resource that brings math to life through high-quality graphics and animation combined with clear, simple instructions and immediate feedback. Our interactive, individualized lessons use a scaffolded approach to reinforce all aspects of elementary-level numeracy and operations. HappyNumbers is compatible with most internet-enabled devices, such as IWBs, PCs, Macs, iPads, and device tablets."
Martin Burrett

Minetest - 30 views

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    "Free, open source version of Minecraft. Enable 'Creative Mode' to let your pupils to build as their imagination and creativity allows. Download for Windows, Mac or Android Androids. The game is supported by a community and a huge set of mods to modify the game for individual needs."
Glenn Hervieux

App Recommendations for Mobile Devices - 78 views

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    Classroom Apps Find educational apps for iPads, Chromebooks, Androids and Laptops but first start with a learning objective in mind.
Michele Rosen

TouchDevelop - 45 views

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    This is a fab suite of programming tools and toys from Microsoft Research. The site using HTML 5 which means that it works across most devices from PCs, Apple, device and more. It has a get tutorial section to get you started and you are able to pick apart coding from other public projects. You can share your finished scripts and programmes with a link to play on most devices and even export it to the Windows Store. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Kate Pok

Workflowy, example of bad productivity app and 7 features that would make it awesome - 3 views

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      I also agree with most of these needed features.
  • Here is the list of things that every productivity application should have: Integration with iCal / Google Calendar - for those who rely on Google SMS texts as reminders Powerful search – so I don’t have to waste time looking for the things that I need Available on all platforms (Mac, PC, Android, iOS, Black Berry…) – so if I change the Android, I don’t need to be left apart Sharing options (Facebook, Twitter, @mail) – so I can share my thoughts with my friends without writing it twice and copy pasting Tagging – so we can organize ourselves better Reminders – so we can setup alarms without finding the native app Offline access – so we don’t have to rely on internet in order for our system to work.
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    But I have to admit, I LOVE WORKFLOWY
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    While this site lists some of the limitations of Workflowy, I have to admit I LOVE workflowy
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