Saturday, April 14, 2012
Saturday, January 7, 2012
Xtranormal is an easy animation creator. All you have to do is type and the 'actors' will automatically lip synch. You can control their movements and gestures too. To see how this one was used in class, take a look here.
Click here to visit the gnome's post.
See more of the Dr's requests here.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
The interview process
The interview process started with a flyer advertising the post inviting applicants. The application forms included simple questions about their experience with ICT, their responsibilities and their views about different roles within a digital leader post. By the deadline, 14 children had applied for the post. I hindsight, I regret not using google docs as a way of applying for the post. It is something I will remember for next year.
- The escape button allows you to toggle between playing and programming;
- There are tutorials under 'load'.
- Running an ICT club
- Blogging about what they have been doing and sharing resources
- Supporting teachers to deliver lessons
- Supporting during ICT staff meetings when appropriate
- Running parent workshops
- Researching and reviewing new technologies
As for me - I'm really looking forward to working with my new colleagues!
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Henry and Ben's comic on PhotoPeach
Erin and Callum's story on PhotoPeach
Try this fab free resource for making cartoons easily! Inspire everyone else with your brilliant work!
Or why not try another story writing program, free online. this one is created by the carnigie library of Pittsburg.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Just to show that you don't need wizzy resources to make an animation. This was made with textease paint (other paint programs would work as well) and windows movie-maker (free to download). Each paint 'frame' was saved as a picture before it was added to. It's not scientifically accurate, nor is it very long, but it does show the growing process. Let me know what you think, or if you try it yourself in class.