Ten interesting ways to use text in teaching & learning resources

I recently had a conversation at TeachMeet London with Kate Jones, known for her innovative teaching and learning ideas in the classroom, about the app Typorama. She went away and had a play and since then has been using it a lot in her classroom. She got in touch and asked if she could share some of the ways that she has been using it in her classroom via the blog. Here is her blog:

I thoroughly enjoy creating teaching and learning resources. I’m also keen to embrace technology in my classroom and lesson planning. Through Mark’s suggestion I started using the Typorama app. This is a free app that transforms photos and text into amazing typographic designs on iOS. Images are provided on the app or you can upload your own from your camera roll. There are also over 40 different typographic styles available with photo filters, overlays and adjustment tools. I have used this app in a variety of ways. I wanted to share ten methods to use Typorama focusing on teaching and learning.

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