A bit like a VLE. Sharing work, giving feedback etc.
Animoby does pretty much the same job as explain everything, annotate and draw.
Great thing is its free and easy to use.
There are lots of apps to take and store a register and marks.
Here is another, search app store Stearsoft. Currently this is helping PE keep track of kit and well as the register.
The app’s name is GCSE, It is a chemistry app.
It has 10 questions that can be either ones that you work out then reveal the answer, or you have to pick an answer of the ones given. you can stop the test at any time and at the end of the test, it tells you how many marks you got out of the ones you could give an answer for.
Someone asked me how to keep track on all the blogs that need to be followed.
Two candidate apps.
Flipboard – Looks nice but fiddly .
Feedly – Simple and clean.
Feedly wins hands down. Now just need more time to read the blogs.
App title is GCSE revision (shortened to GCSE rev when on select screen.)
Price is free (It is a demo but full version is £1.99.)
It gives you 10 questions on 7 topics (Biology, DT, Geography, History, Maths, Physics and Psychology.) Very useful, easy to use and covers a wide variety of topics.
This app is called GCSE maths. It has 5 subjects, measures and money, shape,space and measure, algebra, handling data and number.
The subject has 4 – 14 topics.
This app is free, which is a good deal considering how much it gives you. It is quite good for revision when with a partner/ helper. It works well like this because you can, for example, use it to work out the answers then show them and mark it. It is easy to use and I enjoyed using it.
This is my first app review for this weeks trial for “Apps For Learning”.
App Title: Learn Invisible (French Course)
Price: Free (But with in app purchases)
Platform (All apple devices using IOS 5 Min)
Recommended subject: French (Other languages are available)
This app provides a fun way to learn French (Or any other languages) Using pre-recordings and images it provides a clear, easy to use, user interface. The user can select either to learn the words or take a short quiz. The app is broken down into different categories e.g… Home, Friends, Useful phrases and food. This app would be a great support to the Language Department as it would encourage the learning of a language through a fun app. The fact that you are using technology would encourage it more.
Here is this weeks review for the app – Pure Math.
Hop.to Office on the ipad.