GamePress is free for iPad. It allows users to use drag and drop functionality to create their own games. Teachers can make use of GamePress to teach students about game design, logic and even computer science. Below is a video demonstration.
Even though I wrote these ideas for Year 3, you can apply many of the teaching ideas to different year levels (especially the online links and apps). Multiplication & division teaching ideas from Joanne Villis
This is an exciting site which I have recently discovered. Brought to life by the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL), our Wonders of the Day® will help you find learning moments in everyday life. The site provides multi-disciplinary content that purposefully aligns to Common Core State Standards (CCSS), the STEM Educational Quality Framework, and Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy. “Teachers can use the daily Wonder to jumpstart their students’ critical thinking, […]
Having just returned from a 10 day campervan holiday in New Zealand with my family and with no Internet usage, I thought I’d share the video below. Media overstimulation? I think there is something we can all learn from this video, including myself. Under the video I have embedded a unit of work which I wrote today. It provides resources for teaching students about their online life and how to […]