Images · Media literacy · PowerPoint · Uncategorized

#457 Giphy: Animate your images

In #357 we showed you how to add a gif to a PowerPoint, but what if the perfect gif doesn’t already exist? Don’t worry, in just a few simple steps you can animate an image, creating a gif to suit your needs! In this video we will take you through creating and exporting an image,… Continue reading #457 Giphy: Animate your images

Audience response system · Classroom technologies · Classroom technology · Formative assessment · Quiz tools · Uncategorized

#454 Socrative Analytics: Useful data to help you plan

In #65 we introduced you to Socrative, a free quiz tool that can be used in the classroom. One of the great features of Socrative is the information it gives you about the progress of your students. The data comes in different formats so there is bound to be something which can help you identify… Continue reading #454 Socrative Analytics: Useful data to help you plan

Audience response system · Classroom technology

#445 Google Slides: Ask your audience for questions

Google Slides, which is part of Google Drive, has a great feature for obtaining questions from your audience, whilst delivering a presentation. The audience uses their mobile devices to pose questions, which appear on the presenter’s screen. The audience can then vote for their favourite question, giving the presenter a ranked view of responses. This can… Continue reading #445 Google Slides: Ask your audience for questions