Using photo and video on the iPad you will learn how pupils can document their discoveries during practical lessons, creating accounts that will have more impact and aid their revision.
For pupils who struggle to commit their ideas to paper (those reluctant writers) we will show you how they can easily use the iPad to demonstrate their understanding in visual form.
We'll even show you how to create videos of your pupils on the moon or in the Sahara, anything's possible with the magic of iPad and a green screen!
Designed to suit teachers of all key stages and subject areas, you will leave with the tools and techniques to transform your students’ visual language.
A pre-configured iPad will be made available to each attendee to use on the day.
Apple Education Trainer Kate Cheal will lead the day.
|10:00 - 10:15||Registration (Tea / Coffee / Refreshments)|
|10:15 - 10:45||What's new with iPad and iOS 11
An introduction to some of the new features of iOS 11 and a hands-on demonstration of the Classroom app from Apple.
|10:45 - 13:00||Exploring the possibilities
Which apps to choose and how to get the best out of them? We’ll give you the chance to explore creative photography techniques, craft high quality video and try your hand at green screening in this hands-on morning session. Some of the Apps we will look at on the day include Pic Collage, Filmic Pro, Green Screen by Do Ink, Silent Film, Snapseed, Clips (by Apple), iMovie, GarageBand & Book Creator.
|13:00 - 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 - 14:30||Developing ideas
Time to put your learning into practice! With a focus on visual storytelling, you’ll have the chance to develop your own creative learning examples as we take a photo tour (either in the museum or outside) and choose an app to collate and share our stories.
|14:40 - 14:45||Show and Tell
An opportunity to share your work and what you have learned during the day with the rest of the class using AirPlay and Apple TV.
|14:45 - 15:00||Q&A|
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