Technology in Art And Education
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Applying and Integrating Media and Technology for Learning in a Traditional or Post Modern Classroom.
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Fitness Bingo Fun - The P.E Geek

Fitness Bingo Fun - The P.E Geek | Technology in Art And Education | Scoop.it
Over the past 6 years of teaching,  I have observed how my students are inspired by the unknown. The element of surprise that comes from a randomly drawn task. This observation led me to develop the App ‘Spin It’  in 2013 which has gone on to become a hit amongst Phys Ed Teachers across the Globe. Essentially ‘Spin It is a random exercise & activity generator that makes it fun to get moving.

However more recently, I’ve taken the app to a whole new level by pairing it with the classic game of ‘Bingo’. Watch the video or follow the steps below to see how it works

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7 apps that every iPhone photographer should use

7 apps that every iPhone photographer should use | Technology in Art And Education | Scoop.it

There are thousands upon thousands of photo apps on the App Store. While some of them are truly amazing, others are average at most.


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Alessandro Rea's curator insight, October 8, 2013 5:11 AM

With so many options to choose from, it can be hard to know which apps are worth your time and money. To help you find the cream of the crop, here is a list of 7 apps that every iPhone photographer should use… - See more at: http://www.idownloadblog.com/2013/10/06/7-apps-that-every-iphone-photographer-should-use/#sthash.Hie95MRW.dpuf

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PhotoScan – scanner by Google Photos

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Photos from the past, meet scanner from the future. Scan and save your favorite printed photos with the PhotoScan app from Google Photos.

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John Dalziel's curator insight, November 30, 2016 4:02 AM
Looking for an Easy Way to Digitise Photographs? 
Don't want to take the photographs out of frames or albums? 
Well PhotoScan is worth looking at. PhotoScan is available through... 
PhotoScan helps users “scan” photographs using their phone’s camera, they just need to... 
► Push the button (as if they’re taking a photo) then 
► match up the center circle with the four dots that appear ( see video at https://www.youtube.com/embed/MEyDt0DNjWU ). 
► The app automatically enhances and rotates the image and—best of all—removes any glare 
...creating a digital replica in seconds. 
As well as the users loose photographs, the app also works with framed images and those already secured into their album(s). 
For those who also use the Google Photos app, their PhotoScan images will be automatically uploaded to their cloud for easy searching and sharing. 
An ideal tool for cataloguing photographs for safekeeping and easy sharing.
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Sketch Toy

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Draw sketches with animating lines and share replays with friends!


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John Dalziel's curator insight, January 14, 2013 4:06 PM

As practitioners I'm sure you will have tried out a number of online drawing tools and explored what they have to offer. If you haven't tried it check out Sketch Toy.
Sketch Toy is a free to use website offering a simple drawing interface but with a unique twist – the lines drawn can be made to appear as various degrees of shaky animations.
The canvas you are given has a texture that highlights this animated effect of shaky lines. The images created can be shared through a direct link. When people visit the link, they see the entire drawing made from start to finish, just like the user created it. Users can also download the image as a PNG file and share it but, of course, the animation effect would is lost.
P.S. the app offers a Chrome app as well.

P.P.S. With screen capture,it can be used to demonstrate maths or Science equations etc.