Category Archive: Ipads

Jun 26

Brunswick Digital Leaders present at Kent IT14 Conference


On Thursday 11th of June Brunswick DL’s went to IT14 conference. We did a presentation on what digital leaders rolls are in the school and I had to talk about the application and interview process. It lasted for 40 minutes but we stayed there for the whole day and also got a delicious cooked lunch. …

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Mar 31

Learning How to Use iMovie @RRIS

We spent the afternoon sharing what we knew about how to use and make an iMovie.  We took pictures, added music and a title then watched each other’s.  Next time we are going to learn about transitions and using video.  We all really enjoyed ourselves.

Mar 08

Teaching the teachers

  As Digital Leaders, we are meant to be the experts on iPads! So, today the teachers requested for our help using iMovie. we demonstrated on how to use iMovie and told them all they need to know. We made some short example videos, then used airplay to give a real explanation. All teachers had …

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Mar 04

Filming on Location @RRIS

Two of the Digital Leaders were invited to accompany a year 1 class on their visit to a local church to take video and photographs of the event.  They were able to take over 300 photos between them and really enjoyed the event (especially the pancake treat at the end!)

Nov 07

Teacher training 7th November Joel @BHP

Yesterday most of the digital leaders at Brunswick House ran a training session. They taught the teachers how to use a range of programming software. I did training on Hopscotch which is a programming app that you can download on i-Pad. I taught four teachers called Miss Jones, Mrs, Bayne, Mrs payne  and Miss Chapman. …

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Nov 07

Training the teachers! Dillon @BHP

Yesterday, we trained the teachers for the third  time! Firstly I taught Mrs Gilmour then I taught Mrs Bayne.  I taught them how to make extraordinary patterns and shapes on Scratch 2.0 (the new online version). Both of them didn’t really get it, especially Mrs Bayne! What they found most difficult was understanding about the repeat function. The only thing …

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