Teachers Talking about Technology in Learning and Teaching. This is a collection of recordings mainly from online webinars and conferences.
This is a small sample of the hundreds (thousands) of recordings on the web ... they are my own personal choices - if you have any others you'd like me to add then let me know - Shamblesguru [chris smith]
Augmented Reality [Webinar] 27Feb2013 with Chris Winter Senior Program Officer (Professional Development) Sector Capability ET@lking: Augmented Reality #australiaseries http://australiaseries.wordpress.com/
Augmented Reality on the Shambles website is at http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/ict/augreality/ ;
Prior to the session participants were asked ...
.. to have a mobile device with internet connection to hand during the session and have the following apps pre-loaded if possible:
1) A QR code reader (such as Qrafter for iOS or Google Goggles for Android) 2) Augment (iOS and Android) and also print the required Marker. All available from http://augmentedev.com/ 3) Layer (AR browser for iOS and Android) 4) Wikitude (AR browser for iOS and Android)
Professor Garfield Online Safety : iPad App (free) Internet Safety with Professor Garfield - Online Safety
In addition to the story that unfolds, an interactive "Try" and "Apply" section are included to help users gain insight to safe surfing. Try your hand at using the Internet safely and Apply your knowledge to keep your personal information safe.
CloudParty : A Free Virtual World In Your Browse The virtual world of Cloud Party is built on WebGL and HTML5 technology, so it runs directly in a modern browser. Copy and share your URL with anyone in the world and they can be there with you in seconds.
VideoNotes allows you to load a YouTube video on the left side of your screen and on the right side of the screen VideoNotes gives you a notepad to type on. VideoNotes integrates with your Google Drive account. By integrating with Google Drive VideoNotes allows you to share your notes and collaborate on your notes just as you can do with a Google Document.
It’s as simple as this: sign in with a Google account (VideoNotes uses Google Drive for storage) and then paste in the URL for a YouTube or Coursera video. Then as it plays you can start making notes on the right-hand side of the screen.
The clever bit is that as you click on previous notes you’ve made, the video will jump to that point, making this a really useful tool for navigating documentaries, study guides and other long, involved videos.
Ask3 – An iPad App for Creating Flipped Video Lessons Your Students Can Actually Respond To
Allows teachers & students to quickly ask & answer each other's questions with text & their own videos. This FREE app turns each iPad into a whiteboard that can record voice & visuals for instant classroom sharing.
This is an exciting new App for the iPad ... and amazingly it is free.
I can see uses for creating Flipped Classroom resources ... for any kind of screencasting ... for digital storytelling ... and as an assessment platform.