« Last post by Sara on March 21, 2020, 08:04:59 PM »
There are 6 videos. Use the hamburger symbol to choose the video you want to view.
If you can't hear Tom speaking, hover over the video and click the speaker icon.
« Last post by Sara on March 21, 2020, 07:58:31 PM »
A 30 minute overview of the WalkThrus project with the authors Tom Sherrington and Oliver Caviglioli
Details of the book here
« Last post by Sara on March 19, 2020, 10:54:29 AM »
Have you or your school put curriculum materials online for anyone to access for free?
Why not share a link on Knowledge Organisers, and thereby share workload.
The more links, the more we can help one another.
Links to Curriculum Websites
How to Add a Link
« Last post by Sara on March 18, 2020, 12:54:41 PM »
Have you made a curriculum video that is suitable for a wide audience?
For example information to students on a particular topic.
If you have uploaded your video to YouTube, you can easily share this video on Knowledge Organisers.
Go to the Subject Chat Section and go into the relevant subject area for your video e.g. English Chat, or History Chat etc.
Click on "New Topic".
Add a title.
Go to YouTube where you have uploaded your video and click on "Share". Copy the code that appears and Paste the code into the body of your new topic.
When you visit this topic you will see the video that you have added.
Example: If I paste in this link
https://youtu.be/XaBw8JTGiP0and save it, it appears after saving as
« Last post by Sara on March 17, 2020, 10:30:00 AM »
All Members of Knowledge Organisers have been given an extra 30 free download credits to help them prepare for students having to work from home.
If you had run out of credits you can now start downloading again.
Check your credit total in your personal profile area to see how many you have.(use the main menu on the left)
We would still like members to upload Knowledge Organisers for others to use. The more materials available the more useful the site is for everyone. As a reward to uploaders, every upload gives you 50 download credits.
Thank you to everyone who shares their materials to help others.
« Last post by Sara on March 16, 2020, 03:28:23 PM »
If students need to work from home, do you have links to online materials that they can use?
Why not share your links here
If lots of teachers share links, everyone can benefit, and point their students to useful work.
At the same time this will reduce teacher workload.
« Last post by Sara on March 15, 2020, 08:24:11 PM »
Enhance your camera experience with IPEVO Visualizer software! Works on your PC with webcams, visualisers, iPhone and iPad input.
Available for FREE download from https://www.ipevo.com/software/visualizer
IPEVO Visualizer features an intuitive UI that makes it simple to use, and a borderless window display for a clutter-free large-screen projection. Plus, with its compatibility across different operating systems and handy tools such as Zoom, Rotate, Mirror, Resolution selection, Exposure adjustment, Video Filters, Snapshot, Video Recording, and many more, you’re sure to enjoy the full benefit of your camera.
« Last post by Sara on March 15, 2020, 08:16:15 PM »
After you have downloaded your FREE Visualiser software from https://www.ipevo.com/software/visualizer you might want some shortcuts to your most used functions. Print out this handy hotkeys pdf.
For iPad Users
« Last post by Sara on March 15, 2020, 07:39:16 PM »
Here's how to scan a text with your FREE Visualiser software from IPEVO. Works with any webcam, visualiser, iPhone or iPad as well as IPEVO's own visualisers. Free software can be downloaded from https://www.ipevo.com/visualizer
« Last post by Sara on March 15, 2020, 03:20:11 PM »
Annotator is the software you get on an interactive whiteboard. Now you can get the same software for any PC and it's totally FREE.
Download Visualiser and Annotator FREE from https://www.ipevo.com/software
Here are ideas on how to use it. With the FREE iDocCam on your phone you can add all these cool effects to whatever your phone camera is seeing. All FREE! Amazing!