The links and support resources for teaching Programming with Apps for Teachers and Students.
More resources can be found at EdOffICT Programming page.
This prezi is under construction – just an upload of PDF’s at the moment. Will be adding to it soon.
The below thinglink has the links to the apps used in the session and some additional resources.
Some great new finds…..
Research tools and websites, Goolge Docs and Apps for Geography.
STUDY VIBE – Fantastic site!
Resources for teachers
GOOGLE DOCS FOR LEARNING
Slideshare – Geography and Apps.
Take the virtual tour created using Photosynth. Interesting tool – this tour is a work in progress.
Some ideas to use with the students
1) Make an origami heart and share your message about why you love your library.
2) Writing From the Heart – Lesson plan
“Students explore the writing process by identifying people, places, ideas, or things that are important to them. Students will use technology to write, peer-edit, revise, and compile their final products.”
Instructions for Origami Heart
Easy folding instructions
Note taking is something that we all need to do.
Enclosed in the Blendspace below is an excellent tutorial that guides the listener in good practice and ways to improve and be more effective and efficient.
The skill of note taking is one that can be developed with practice.
The Blendspace below has interactive tutorials, suggested guidelines and images of how notes can be set out.
How good are your note taking skills?
See Blendspace reviewed here.
More of my Edshelf collections.
Some researching tools and note taking apps
I have gathered some of the programming apps and resources for teaching programming to younger students using EdShelf.
Since my earlier post Introduction to Programming I have discovered a few new apps. These are in this collection.
See this collection at
The Programming for Primary students Collection by Julia Boulton: Programming for Primary students #edtech #digitaltechnologies #programming #edublog
Power of Images -Haiku Deck
I have added this haiku to my JSSALC wikispaces page
Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad