This post is part of our series on the 6Cs of education. How might Book Creator be used to help students understand the role of empathy and audience before choosing a technology with which to communicate?
There was a problem using AirDrop with early versions of iOS 11.2. This is now fixed by updating to iOS 11.2.5.
You might not think of Book Creator as a coding app (it isn’t!). But coding is really about computational thinking and creative problem solving, which you can teach with Book Creator.
When you don’t have the resources to teach as you wish – why not create your own?
You made suggestions – we’ve listened and responded! Book Creator for Chrome now has the option to print, and also dictate text.
This charity used Book Creator to publish the proceedings from their conference online. We haven’t see this before!
The first in a series of posts looking at Professor Michael Fullan’s 6Cs of 21st Century learning.
Do you have digital signage in your school that goes to waste? Here’s an innovative idea for promoting student creativity and sharing work with the school.
An important announcement about our Windows and Android apps, which will be removed from sale in the coming days.
This is our response to the recent articles questioning the role and the motives of EdTech companies in education.
Have you heard of BookSnaps yet? Tara M. Martin, the inventor of this incredibly simple and original idea, explains how it is transforming the way teachers and students interact with books.