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Workflow 03 – Showbie

Published on: Author: Greg Alchin

How do you easily: Assign authentic tasks Collect evidence of student achievement Review and provide feedback to learners? Then Showbie  may be a great solution for you. You can download the Showbie app from the Apps Store. Assign   Collect Review Step 3: As teacher you have access to your classes individual Showbie folders. You can… Continue Reading Workflow 03 – Showbie

Lowercase Keyboard

Published on: Author: Greg Alchin

Lowercase Keyboard is a custom keyboard for the iPad that uses both lowercase and uppercase letters, as well as a simplified set of numbers and special characters. It is built upon the layout of the default keyboard closely so it is easy to use. The font of the Lowercase Keyboard is “OpenDyslexic” which has been… Continue Reading Lowercase Keyboard

ePub tools

Published on: Author: Greg Alchin

There are a range of apps that enable learners to create and publish their own ePubs directly from their iPad. Here are some examples. Composer by Demibooks Book Creator for iPad by Red Jumper Studio Creative Book Builder by Tiger Ng dotEPUB is browser bookmarklet that allows learners to convert any webpage into an ePub. A look at Book… Continue Reading ePub tools

Verso app

Published on: Author: Greg Alchin

“The model of those 30 children in neat rows facing a single teacher is (or ought to be) an anachronism. Why shouldn’t children be helped to learn French by French children in French schools or physics by a Nobel Prize winner? Lord Puttnam” — David Puttnam Verso app is a simple to use, pedagogy first… Continue Reading Verso app