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Martin Burrett

Tate Kids - Colour Colour - 42 views

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    This is a good virtual art colouring activity from the Tate Art Gallery. See full screen at http://kids.tate.org.uk/games/colour-colour/colour.swf http://j.mp/Hzjr9o http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Art%2C+Craft+%26+Design
Martin Burrett

The danger of colour stereotypes by @BoltCallum - 5 views

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    "Colours promote such emotion and are attributed to everything we see every day. Children are taught from a very young age that the sky and the ocean are blue, the grass and leaves are green, that the sun, sand and sunflowers are yellow and the night is black. But I ask you, how often have you looked at the ocean and seen green, not blue or looked up into the branches and seen a selection of oranges, yellows, browns and reds not a blanket of green. I am not suggesting that we shouldn't teach children these Colour clichés, at a young age they are their first experiences of Colour and form the bases of many of their first art pieces."
Christian King

TinEye Labs - Multicolr Search Lab - 26 views

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    Google for colours. Allows students to find images which have particular colour hues.
Kate Pok

iAnnotate PDF Vs. GoodReader for reading and annotating - MacRumors Forums - 118 views

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      Goodreader or iannotate - I currently have iAnnotate.
  • IMHO iAnnotate is far superior. There are a couple of areas GoodReader excels (like in the automatic page fit, having two up, etc), but by and large iAnnotate does everything else more effectively. These are just a few reasons why it suits my workflow better than GoodReader: - Tabs. It speaks for itself, but having several documents open with the ability to flick between them is useful. - Sharing features. The ability to email or paste to clipboard a summary of all notes/highlights/annotations you've made is just brilliant, and makes light work of noting the most poignant areas in an academic article. - Annotation tools. They are far quicker to access than in GoodReader. If you want to highlight something in iAnnotate, you just tap the icon in the toolbar and drag it over the text (as much as you want – you can scroll through the document even with the highlight tool selected) before confirming your selection. You can set as many different colour highlighters up as you want. By contrast, in GoodReader you must tap-and-hold, drag the handles to select a continuous chunk of text, then tap highlight from the popup. If you want to change the colour of the highlight you need to tap, choose colour, confirm your choice; using multiple colours is just too time consuming. I prefer the behaviour of notes in iAnnotate too, for reviewing and revision purposes. Tapping every note in GoodReader is tiresome.
Martin Burrett

Painted Eggs - 22 views

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    A good Easter themed 'Remember the colour of the egg' game. Memorise what you see and paint the egg correctly to score points. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Easter
Martin Burrett

Color World Origins - 51 views

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    A superb logic game from http://www.coolmath-games.com. Change the colour of the blocks by shooting coloured balls out of a cannon. But it's not always that simple! http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Educational+Games
Martin Burrett

Color Pop Effects - 25 views

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    A great iOS and Android app for editing photos and images to show only selected objects in colour on an otherwise monochrome image. Start with a completely greyscale image and add the colours back by moving your finger over the areas you want.
Martin Burrett

Good, Great, Fantastic… by @keeponteeping - 21 views

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    "I was introduced to the Good/Great/Awesome techniques in some TEEP training in November last year. I immediately placed it in my "to-do right away" pile. As an intrinsically positive person, and teacher, who always strives to build students' self esteem and promote the growth mindset in all who pass through my classroom; I found the idea of offering 3 levels of positivity much more appealing that the previous wording. I implemented this strategy quickly and personally added in an overarching learning objective, so students could see each stage of G/G/F as building blocks. I coloured coded them, as is common, and occasionally colour coordinate to grades or tasks."
Martin Burrett

Create a colourful QR Code - 155 views

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    A good QR code creator. Make colourful codes and personalise with an icon into the middle. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Martin Burrett

Resource: Colour Thesaurus - 18 views

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    "For fun, the writer and children's book illustrator has created a series of images that can help young writers broaden their language and writing, encouraging young authors to "Fill your stories with a rainbow of images" - A great resource for the primary/elementary classroom and beyond…"
Roland Gesthuizen

No more pencils, no more books: this Vancouver school has embraced iPads, iPods and apps - 107 views

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    "For students attending one of Vancouver's most popular public schools, the classroom is an exciting world of iPads, iPods, apps, laptops and SmartBoards. Even the youngest children at Elsie Roy elementary in Yaletown are using iPads as they learn to write the letters of the alphabet, pull them together into words and tackle basic addition and subtraction with colourful and interactive applications that make learning feel like fun."
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    Integrating mLearning into the primary school classroom.
Martin Burrett

Piecolor - Create a pie chart - 72 views

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    An easy to use site that makes colourful pie charts by simply typing in percentages, fields, and titles. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
Elizabeth Huck

Color Trends + Palettes :: COLOURlovers - 61 views

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    A website dedicated to colour and design with a range of themes, background and ideas for your website and art designs. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Art,+Craft+&+Design
Martin Burrett

Smore - Create instant webpages - 77 views

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    Make an instant text and image webpage with Smore. Edit time and time again, choose themes and colours and you can even customise the url. Great for setting homework. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+&+Web+Tools
Martin Burrett

Rotational Symmetry - 60 views

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    Simple rotational symmetry tool which lets you put colours into four quadrants creating rotational patterns. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
Martin Burrett

They Draw & Cook - 91 views

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    A visually stunning site with thousands of user generated and searchable illustrated recipes for you to try in your school cookery session. Some more a piece of art than a recipe, these can be printed to add some colour to your school kitchen or used as an example of instructional writing in English. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Food+&+Cookery
Martin Burrett

Fraction Painter (6x6 grid) - 81 views

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    A fraction painters that illustrate fractions on a 36 square grid. Choose different colours to show more than one fractions. You can use these for other areas of maths, such as probability. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
Martin Burrett

Fraction Painter (5x5 grid) - 24 views

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    A fraction painters that illustrate fractions on a 25 square grid. Choose different colours to show more than one fractions. You can use these for other areas of maths, such as probability. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
Martin Burrett

Fraction Painter (4x4 grid) - 16 views

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    A fraction painters that illustrate fractions on a 16 square grid. Choose different colours to show more than one fractions. You can use these for other areas of maths, such as probability. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
Martin Burrett

Fraction Painter (3x3 grid) - 18 views

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    A fraction painters that illustrate fractions on a 9 square grid. Choose different colours to show more than one fractions. You can use these for other areas of maths, such as probability. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
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