iThoughts This app stands out by its complexity and sophistication. But just this advantages needs close attention on how to use it. So it is a recommendation for higher levels or teachers. [...]
Green Screen by Do Ink I have really enjoyed using this app. It is simple and easy to use with a built in tutorial to show you what the app is capable of. [...]
Spiderscribe It is easy to handle; It is intuitive with an uncomplicated editing; It can be used collaboratively; It can be used with all levels of teaching in any subject; It also gives collaborators the chance [...]
Pixton is an online comic-generating tool which has education-specific account options. Teachers can devise assignments and then populate the account with students. Students will then create comics within that Pixton account following the teacher's guidelines. Comics are lively and colourful and the options within the program are many from backgrounds to characters, movement, moods,etc.
Popplet is a tool that allows users to visualize ideas. Teachers and students can create mind maps, timelines, and many other forms of visual organisation.
MindMeister is a tool that allows users to visualize ideas.
iMovie is a great, fun to use and really simple application for making movies and trailers on your iPhone. It has plenty of features that will please most users, it enhances creativity, imagination and cooperative work.
Excellent app for students who require visual representation to understand Fractions, Decimals or Percentages and the relationship between them.It would be a very useful app in a station teaching situation where teacher guidance is available.
Puppet Pals allows pupils to create their own own animations. Firstly pupils chose a background and virtual puppets, next they record their animation as they move characters around the stage.
Comic Life allows pupils to create their own comics using their own images or web sourced images. There are a variety of visually appealing templates available to the user and the comic can be saved, printed, emailed and exported to a blog or wiki.