The Weekly Edtech Smackdown: Vol. XII

Welcome to the weekly (not so weekly) edition of The Edtech Smackdown—a collection of digital resources containing a few of my most favorite activities, tools […]

Apple has released iMovie 2.2.7 for iOS

Apple has released iMovie 2.2.7 for iOS: Apple has released iMovie 2.2.7 for iOS devices which...

Getting started with cooking videos

A recipe for video-making proficiency The ubiquity of the digital camera, whether mounted in smartphone, tablet or Chromebook, is getting everyone excited about making videos […]

How to make a mini-documentary

Getting from footage to finished You’ve captured video of ALL THE THINGS. You’ve diligently trained your device on the action as some truly amazing work […]

Junior High Distance Learning Students Use the Latest Technology to Express Their Original Ideas

The students in Tsai Hsing’s distance learning think that learning with the iPads is the best. Most everyone in modern society loves using smartphones and […]

Creating learning content on your phone: Videos

Creating resources on my phone is not something I usually do, unless it’s a tweet, photo for Instagram, document for my book projects, or videos for […]

Green screen iMovie course – 2 Mar

The use of Green Screen and iMovie to enhance learning in the classroom. A short high impact course for teachers Ideal for Computing co-ordinators/Class teachers/NQTs […]

#283 iMovie for iOS [3/3]: Creating a trailer

In this third and final series of looking at iMovie for iOS – we take you through the basics of making a trailer. If you’ve […]

#279 iMovie for iOS [2/3]: Creating a video

In this second series of 3 of iMovie for iOS  we go through the basics of creating a movie using pictures and video footage.  We’ll […]

#275 iMovie for iOS [1/3]: An overview

iMovie for iOS is a free video editing software that allows you to create some great movies with some nifty effects and features. This first […]

4 digital identity exercises for students

Introduce a student-centered tech-rich year Looking for ways to explore digital identity with students? Here are 4 student-centered, tech-rich digital identity exercises for working with […]

What are some good tools for studying hurricanes?

Science app-smashing in a 1:1 environment Brendan Nerney, a middle grades educator at Mill River Union High School in Clarendon, Vermont, explains some of the […]

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