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Using Eduglogster for Science

This term we have been using to make multimedia posters as part of our adding text and images topic.

Over the last 6 (40 minute) sessions at our school these are some of the examples we have made.

We used simple search in the first session using and learning how to use "" '-' and '+' for finding the correct web pages and eliminating games from our searches. So we used: brain -games +facts or functions. 

Because Kidrex is a custom search engine through Google it uses regular parameters for search that Year 4 later use for insite:"your url here" which comes in handy for searches.

Then, learning to use the web cams to post images of our paper-based learning in topic class. Before, learning to import images from URLs, filming re-takes ourselves, adding titles, changing text sizes, layering and uploading the films from our takes in Windows Movie maker. 



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Moovl The Tool to Learn about Science in ICT

From the Site:

Moovl imbues freehand-drawings with bouncy physics and animated behaviours.Moovl

If you want to use Moovl at school then try for the Primary School version brought to you by Rigby with cross-curricular teaching activities, extensive school-friendly account administration and lesson planning support. Read all about it in the Moovl blog.

Futurelab supported the research and development of Moovl as a creative thinking and communication resource with applications for science, literacy and problem-solving in the early primary school years.

The key element is that you have your Java environment up to date and away you go. Children can use the sliders on the bottom to create physical effects on the objects and letters they create in the window.

Pause to add more and play to see what happens. The shapes can also interact using their properties to bounce, stick, slide etc.

Explore and Experiment!