September
15
2014

100 Word Challenge

I was asked by Julia Skinner from the 100 Word Challenge to create some videos to show people how to blog and then how to submit it into the weekly challenge.

 

Once you have written the blog post, and it has been approved if necessary, then this video shows how to submit it to the 100wc.net website.

 

 

 

December
16
2013

">Zondle – SPAG Package

Zondle have released additonal activities and resources to help support the Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar tests. This video gives a quick run-through.

Also available on Vimeo.

 

December
11
2013

">Hackasaurus

This is a video showing you how to “hack” a website using Hackasaurus - www.hackasaurus.org/en-US/

The hardest bit is changing the image, but you cvan easily use any image on Google Images. You may wish to you use http://www.imageurlhost.com/ to host your image. It’s free and doesn’t require a login. **Hackasaurus currently doesn’t work in Internet Explorer**

Below is a YouTube video, the Vimeo link is here.

December
11
2013

">Storybird

Storybird is an amazing website that gives you the opportunity to choose from a selection of artwork and then write a story based around those pictures.

It provides an educational account as well as a free version.

Below is a YouTube video, the Vimeo link is here.

A link to some ideas for Storybird is here.

January
26
2013

">CollageMaker.me

This is a great, simple collage maker and only takes a few seconds to create a great looking photo montage. Kris from Collagemaker.me made the video below.

November
6
2012

Pictograph Maker

Primary Technology have made a great Pictograph tool that can be used to create a graph in seconds.

The tool can be found here: http://primaryschoolict.com/pictograph/

YouTube:

Vimeo:

 

November
6
2012

Photovisi

Photovisi (www.photovisi.com) is a simple tool that allows the user to create a collage of photos. There is no need to sign-up to an account and the images can be downloaded for free.

YouTube:

Vimeo:

October
27
2012

Creating Surveys with Google Forms

Google Forms are a great way of creating surveys to share data in the classroom. This video shows you how to add questions, change the theme of the survey and embed the form into a blog page. It also shows how to summarise the results too Tentes gonflables.

Interesting ways to use Google Forms

YouTube video:

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