Click to open a useful matching chart for using Switched on ICT units with iPad and iPhone iOS Apps.
TeachMeet iPad is an exciting opportunity for all of us on the journey of iPad teaching, dabbling or full iPad integration to share experiences, lessons learned, latest apps or just anything that works! It’s not too far to travel too!
Get your free tickets now via the Eventbrite Page or sign-up here or to speak – why not even take a group of pupils…
The Havering School Improvement Services and Havering Apple Regional Training Centre is supporting this event. We encourage you to sign-up and support it too. There are going to be some great presenters and it should be an interesting evening.
See you there!
Click here to sign-up.
Another interesting blogpost from Anthony Evans…
My app of the week – if I have such a thing, is Grid Lens I love the quirky design and what it does which is both simple and brilliant. On my walls I have lots of composite photo frames of my children in different poses. This app essentially creates these for you.
You can either do this manually frame by frame or set the camera to burst shoot the images with a short pause in-between. You can see some of my results (in the full article) using an iPod Touch, but of course this would work equally well and indeed be easier to manipulate on an iPad.
Read the article in full here…