Bitmojis – personalised digital avatars – are hugely popular on social media sites and are accessible through many different apps. This blog post will explain how to get started with them and how to use them in your classroom
Tag: Misc apps
Do you often wish that you could create a visually appealing task for your students, but design is just not your forte? Well now you can with Adobe Spark tools. They’re SO easy to use and allow you to create amazing presentations in next to no time – all for free.
ClassroomScreen is a brilliant, FREE tool that allows you to customise a screen with widgets (tools) that will support classroom management and engagement. Your and your students will love how easily and quickly you can communicate with it. The symbols are great for learning about visual literacy too.
Password management is a problem that plagues most of us. You can solve the problem by making friends with a password manager.
Being able to use their voice to explain their thinking and learning is an important step for today’s students. Padlet has just added an update that will allow them to do just that. In this blog post I’ll explain how easy it is for you to use this feature and include it in your programme.
The start of the school year with technology can be messy, but by following these five steps your journey may be easier ! The relationships they help build with students will create a sense of community and belonging with technology assisting learning.
With mobile phones and many cameras now being able to shoot video in 4K, should you jump in and join the crowd?
Now with iOS11, Apple Notes has a lot more functionality and ‘cool things’ that makes it a great alternative to Google Keep. When you line them up next to each other on a mobile device, which one comes up trumps?