We had quite the week at EdTechTeacher. In addition to reviewing over 118 proposals for the upcoming EdTechTeacher iPad Summit, we kicked off our Winter Webinar Series with Evolving Technology Use in the Classroom. If you missed this event, the recording link is now available in our Webinar Archives.
On January 24th, our FREE, live Webinar Series continues at 6:00 pm EST with Creating a Curriculum Based on Communication, Collaboration, & Reflection. Guest speakers Jill Gough & Rhonda Mitchel from the Trinity School in Atlanta as well as Sue Tumarello from Montclair Kimberly Academy in New Jersey will talk about how they are leveraging iPads and mobile devices to curate student created content and encourage deeper connections with learning.
Speaking of registration, Early Bird Registration for the iPad Summit runs through February 8th. Tickets are selling quickly, so sign up soon!
iPads for admins – a bunch of links.
Create and publish easily from iPad
Free video in video option for an iPad. Video can then be exported to camera roll and imported into iMovie for a profession video in video effect. The free version keeps a water mark on the video.
Free video editing tool that allows video to be tilted and then exported for inclusion in an iMovie video project
Video editing tool that allows for multiple videos to be included in one final edit on the same screen.
This FREE app allows you to quickly record up to 30 seconds of audio and then post or share a link anywhere. No login needed! Great for elementary students, podcasting, audio-blogging, and quick fluency or pronunciation assessments.
Though $4.99, this app allows you to annotate video. For PE teachers, coaches, music teachers, science teachers or anyone else looking to make notes on physical actions