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Archive for 'Expressive Arts'

Using Twitter With Your Class

Click here to find out how you can use Twitter to support teacher and learning.

OneNote

Ten tips on how teachers and pupils can make use of OneNote in school.

Lesson planning with OneNote

Nine ways OneNote makes lesson-planning a breeze. Click here to find out how.

OneNote for Teachers

Create digital notebooks to support high quality teaching and learning, as well as real time collaboration. Click here for guidance on how to use OneNote with your pupils and colleagues.

OneNote

Learn about the basics of OneNote .

Social Media in Learning and Education

More than 100 teachers from across Europe participated in the SMILE (Social Media in Learning and Education) programme,  exploring  the challenges and opportunities involved when using social media in education. The outcomes of the project have been published in a digital handbook. The handbook contains materials and resources along with many valuable reflections and suggestions on […]

Copyright Free Music

Looking for some music to add to a video or a presentation? There are a number of websites that offer copyright free music. Click here to view a list of websites.

Animation

ABCya.com is an on-line animation resource that your pupils can use to produce their own simple animations. The finished products can be easily shared with others. Click here to vist the website.

Animation

Click here to view an animation produced by one of our Primary 6 pupils. Connor made use of  iMovie to produce his animation. I Can Animate is one of many PC animation programs. Do you have the next generation “Wallace and Gromit” lurking in your classroom?

Video Resources

TEDEd is a collection of video and animation resources to help teachers deliver interesting and informative lessons. The idea behind TedEd is that teachers can take the best of YouTube or create their own videos then flip them, which means adding titles, directions, questions and links to other resources. Click here to visit the website. […]

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