AITSL’s professional learning toolkit.
I came up with the following list of things that I think every savvy spreadsheet jockey should know.
Disclaimer!! This goes in the ‘ do as I say, not as I do’ column. I am a bit of a beginner with numbers etc. but can see the use for it. I’m putting this scoop in to remind me to learn more about using spreadsheets. That said, this guide is helpful in that it covers the three most commonly used spreadsheet formats and goes through some useful, time-saving functions.
A guide to finding fonts used in presentations. Very handy.
A lovely slideshow outlining some principles to ensuring learning stays with the learner.
Punctuation pedants should spare a thought for the grammatically challenged.
Descriptivists fight back.
A better way to create guides and lessons using the ipad. Douchy discusses the X-Mirage application which allows you to create audio and video screencasts.
Originally posted on Douchy's Blog:
Yesterday X-Mirage added the ability to record not only your iPad screen and audio via Airplay, but also your voice narration. I’ve been waiting for someone to implement this for ages.
First, Before we get to the details, here’s a little video I made to demonstrate how good the result is.
I’m a fan of iPad screencasting apps like Educreations, Collaaj and Explain Everything, but the limitation on all these apps is that they can only record within the app itself, due to Apple’s sandboxing policy. In other words you can’t use Explain Everything to make a video tutorial about how to change settings in the Settings app, or how to create an eBook in Book Creator or how to write a formula in Numbers or Excel. Nor can you use them in combination with a content-based app to make a screencast explaining a topic.
X-Mirage is not the first computer application to…
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