Here is a recap of interesting posts and articles about Explain Everything with news from May. Visit us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter if you’re looking for more information, updates, and code giveaways!
|Meghan Zigmond shares her experience with an app smashing project called “How to Stories” involving Explain Everything. Read it on her blog especially if you want to know how to carve a pumpkin!||John Orr created yet another great example of Explain Everything use and shared his project and insights. This time it’s An Activity with Parallel Lines.|
|learningbird.com lists their thoughts on why Explain Everything can be a valuable asset for both teachers and students in a learning environment and how it can transform the way we learn.||In case you missed it, web.gov.pl interviewed Piotr and Bart about their unusual business approach with Explain Everything and how it has worked out.|
|Looking for a comprehensive list of the most important tips & tricks for Explain Everything? learningshared.com.au has one for you along with an overview and a tutorial. Check it out!||If you are looking for more examples, here are some from teachitgeek.net where you can learn about the basics of Explain Everything and download sample projects.|
|Did you know that with Explain Everything:|
You can use an infinite canvas?
You can triple tap to group objects?
There is an option to make objects rotate automatically?
|Below are some of our favorite videos from YouTube made with or about Explain Everything last month. If you click on the YouTube logo above, you will see all of the EE-realted videos from last month.|
Tech Tips From Teachers: Creation Tool Apps
Geniuses are not made, they are born
Rocks and Minerals (app smash)
How to block someone on Instagram