Saving work off the iPad

There are now many options for iPad users who need to; save their work off their tablet, share it with others, mark work and hand it back, without having to use email or an expensive and complicated VLE. This is becoming a crucial workflow for teachers and students engaged in an iPad deployment, regardless of…

Paper 53 Just got Better

One of the issues that consistently arises during iPad training sessions is, “The students want to and have to write up their work by hand into their books”. This is a global issue, the exciting, mobile technology can’t and shouldn’t replace handwriting until exams are online. Students this month have started exams, some of which are two hours long…

Slo-Mo on the iPhone 5s.

Last Thursday a thunder-storm raged over my house, normally they blow over, this one didn’t. It hung around causing minor damage for about three hours! so I couldn’t ignore it. Using the Slo-Mo feature on my iPhone 5s, I captured this footage of bolt lightening, this is one of the better shots. Even though I filmed through…

Choosing a case for your iPad deployment.

A good case is crucial when deploying iPads to students, weather as shared resource or a 1- 1 iPad project. iPads get dropped…. a lot. The screen is most vulnerable, especially when students take them out and about. My top tips for features to consider are; Screen protection. The screen needs protecting, cases that offer a…

Welcome to the blog!

Trust the Physics. I shot and edited the short video below on the iPad Air, using the latest version of iMovie. The editing took less than twenty minutes, quick and easy, perfect for capturing evidence in science lessons. Apple have made video editing, easier than ever. iMovie is now free, on all new iPads. When filming,…