Lapse It

Mar 17, 2016 by

LapseItLapse It is a great app for students or teachers to create time lapse video with their mobile device.  Lapse It is the one stop time lapse video tool.  Lapse It has creative filters that users can add to their video as well as adding music tracks from their library. Lapse It makes it easy for users to share their videos and see the videos that others have created from around the world.  This is a great tool for students to get creative while demonstrating what they are learning.

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Creatures of Light

Mar 16, 2016 by

CreaturesofLightCreatures of Light is an app created by the American Museum of Natural History about nature’s bioluminescence.  This iPad app has amazing photos and information about the bioluminescent plants and animals around the world.  Students can see and read about some of the amazing organisms that share the earth with us.  This is a great app to help children follow their curiosity and is filled with interesting animations and informations on how scientists study the bioluminescence phenomena.

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Brainfeed for Educational Videos

Mar 10, 2016 by

BrainfeedBrainfeed is an app that has over 2000 educational and entertaining videos about things that make you say, huh?!  The videos are divided into categories such as science, technology, the human body, language, math and more.  Topics can also be searched for directly.  This app is a great way to spend time in the car or when children ask questions like How does the brain work?  Brainfeed is also a great tool to use in the classroom whether you show the videos to the whole class or let kids watch them individually.  Brainfeed is a fun way for students to get the answers to all those things they wonder about- and some they do not!

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Elements in Action for Science

Mar 8, 2016 by

ElementsActionElements in Action is a great app for students to learn about the periodic table.  The Elements in Action app has all of the information students need about the elements in the periodic table AND it includes great videos of each element displaying its unique properties.  Some of the videos show reactions or experiments with the elements that provide great insight into the things that make up our world.  The Elements in Action app is a great way for students to see the elements in ways that they might not otherwise be exposed to.

 

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Monday Success: What adults can learn from kids

Feb 8, 2016 by

Adora Svitak became the youngest person to give a TED talk in 2010.  Her message is both brilliant and powerful.  Adora has gone on to speak at several TEDx events, one of which she organized (TEDx Redmond).  She has used the written word to promote literacy, raise awareness of world hunger, and other youth oriented causes.  Take a look at her first TED Talk.

This video is part of TED ED and has a customizable lesson for use in the classroom.

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