This week we look at the iPad app called Penultimate. This is a free app which works with Evernote. I recently updated the application and wasn’t familiar with the select tool – turns out to be brilliant!
This app is advertised as an application which is suitable for a classroom with only one iPad or iPhone. It is free but requires you to sign up for an account and there is some printing off required – yes I did say printing and I do mean on paper…remember that white stuff that recycles? Definitely worth having a go since it is free. I tried it with my science group and got some interesting reviews about science and my shirt!
So I thought I would start a new feature all about apps! I’m not sure if this is going to stay or not, but there are quite a few apps out there that I either use a lot for either teaching or learning so I thought I would bring them to you in these short videos. The first app is Tellagami…enjoy!
Initially you may be thinking that this involves creating a video or using some other form of motion capturing. However, you would be wrong. The title refers to visual recording in the sense of a visual mind map or diagram.