Teachers often ask me about ways to mirror their iPad2 to their Whiteboard. There are a few ways to do this, One is Using Apple TV, a great tool but this can be a bit of a faff because you need to buy an extra cable. In some cases your classroom will have a VGA […]
CUPERTINO, California—February 16, 2012—Apple today released a developer preview of OS X Mountain Lion, the ninth major release of the world’s most advanced operating system, which brings popular apps and features from iPad to the Mac and accelerates the pace of OS X innovation. Mountain Lion introduces Messages, Notes, Reminders and Game Center […]
Working for the CLC I assisted my colleague Mark Bunyan in running this event, which was run in conjunction with our Apple Solutions Experts – MCCdigital, who provided the camera equipment and funded the quad biking at Walnut Tree Farm.
We aimed to demonstrate how Apple technology can be used by schools. The […]
I use Apple Macs extensively for education and training in many areas, and due to Mac OS X’s superiority in comparison to Windows, this looks set to become increasingly common in schools and businesses.
With the Macintosh now the PC of choice for many hard-core technology professionals, and Mac skills an in-demand speciality […]
February 28th saw an Animation workshop from Harpfield Primary school. Children and teachers worked alongside CLC staff to produce unique animations in the one day session.
The models were made from paper, foam and pipecleaners. A range of films were produced and distributed to the school.
February 22nd saw Teachers from 7 local schools visit the centre to learn basic Stop Motion Animation skils.
Each group of teachers produced a set of models and sets, which were then filmed and edited using iStopMotion and iMovie.
Jenny Hulme and Phil Gregory delivered the training session which was supported by Adam Churton.