"Shaw Wood Primary School in Doncaster, UK is a leading proponent of using new technologies in the classroom to aid learning. One such technology is Aurasma - the world's leading augmented reality platform.
Aurasma, available as a free app for iOS and Android devices, allows users to publish and share their own augmented reality content."
"Adobe makes industry standard Apps for your desktop that creatives rely on every single day. However, Adobe also makes some pretty cool iOS Apps too and the best part is most of them are FREE. Here are 7 that you should check out today!
Are you ready to make technology and creativity a big part of your classroom? Technology inspires creativity like little else and it's time to take a close look at what technology really means for your classroom.
Pixntell adds your voice to your pictures and creates a personalized video you can share on Dropbox, Facebook, YouTube, FocusTrain or email.
● Simple and easy to use ● (NEW) upload videos directly to Dropbox with auto email link. ● Upload videos directly to Facebook ● Upload videos directly to YouTube with auto email link ● Intuitive controls similar to top selling apps ● Creates .m4v movies out of your voice and pictures ● Create a great time capsule
"Today while I was lounging in Victoria Park, I took my iPad and started thumbing around through the apps I have. I was really surprised to find out that I have many apps installed but only some are being used on a regular basis. So it dawned on me to compile a list of some "must have" apps that teachers should have access to. All of these apps are great for organizational tasks such as : task management, bookmarking, note-taking...and media storage. "
Apple iOS has gone through 6 versions and now we are getting iOS 7. Announced at the WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2013, iOS 7 aimed to please with its massive redesign and fancy new features.
iDesktop.tv provides a really useful and user friendly service for anyone who wants to use video clips from sources like YouTube, but doesn't want their students looking around at anything unsuitable, or for anyone who has ever found a really useful clip, only to go back later and find it has moved or been removed.