Office Lens is an app for your mobile ‘phone and tablet that works like a scanner. Perfect for pupils to take snapshots of notes or the whiteboard. Better than using the camera function.
Create virtual chemical reactions on-line or with an Apple or Android mobile app. Experiment with chemistry virtually anywhere with goREACT. In this drag-and-drop laboratory, combine elements from the Periodic Table to create chemical reactions and discover the chemistry in the world around you.
Some lesson plans to help introduce your pupils to coding.
Math by Design gives pupils a highly creative experience in seeing geometry and measurement come alive. Pupils take on the role of junior architects and undertake a series of tasks, applying their knowledge of geometry and measurement.
Design your own Window Apps with this easy to use programming tool from Microsoft. Click here to find out more about this app.
Click here to read about an Apple/Android app that can work out maths problems using handwritten calculations.
Click here to find out how you can use Twitter to support teacher and learning.
Click here to read about a basic comic strip creator. Instead of printing the comic strip to paper you may wish to print them to OneNote, either creating a book for individual pupils or a class book.
Have you thought about using Minecraft with your pupils? Click here to read about how Minecraft can be used in the classroom to develop a wide range of skills.
Ten tips on how teachers and pupils can make use of OneNote in school.