Finding quality images that are also free-to-use for that all important presentation can be a time consuming process, so here are my top six sites for saving time on finding that perfect image. Continue reading Six Sites for Sourcing free-to-use Images
I’ve been dipping in and out of the Teaching with Tablets online course on Google Plus recently, delivered by Helen Caldwell and her colleagues at the University of Northampton, and I can strongly recommend it if you’re interested in mobile learning and apps generally. The course is freely available to everyone and has regular tweet chats too (pick up the conversation using #TWT16). Continue reading Bringing Digital Narratives to Life
Right, now I’ve hooked your attention with an ambiguous title, allow me to clarify: in this post I want to explore how you can revamp your image (or indeed images) to create dynamic learning objects. How? By taking a closer look at ThingLink and, more importantly, how you could use it creatively to embed meaningful activities into lessons. Continue reading Looking to revamp your image?
I recently started baking gingerbread men. It was my first real attempt at baking, I have to admit, and was spurred into it by a bizarre Christmas present of some cut-outs for making gingerbread men in the shape of ninja (thus, transforming a normal everyday “gingerbread” man into a lethal “ninjabread” man). A little childish, perhaps, but the act of creating something so visually striking (and tasty!) that others could enjoy was thoroughly satisfying. Continue reading Ten Great Ways to Use Pinterest to Support Learning