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Spaghetti structures STEM Challenge @edcampseoul #artschultzblog #kispd

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KIS Middle schoolers using #AdobePhotoshop & #Bamboo tablets in Art! #kisart #kispride #artschultzblog

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Teaching a teacher to use IFTTT to Post Instagram to their blog.

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Everything is possible.  You can publish amazing things, right from Instagram... with the right tools.

This week in the fishbowl, we are talking IFTTT to simplify your life...  Next week... a bit of Apple's Automator.

Here is the post below.

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This is a professional development opportunity that is for any Mac, iOS or Android user. Welcome to >_Automatic - a 2 Week session that perhaps unsurprisingly focusses on automation!

Goals
Introduce ways to make your digital work/social life more efficient and walk away with some tangible 'gains'.

Who is this session for? 
People who are ready to take ordinary tasks, and automate them. It's also for the tech curious!

We therefore dive into 3 levels of automation:

Week 1 IFTTT - the innovative and clever service (brought together with the IF App for iOS and Android) links together many of your favourite social media and broader internet sites - delivering automated tasks and information retrieval.…

Students working in my Photography class with Studio lighting... #artschultzblog

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TouchCast for Flipped Learning for COETAIL Course

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Image credit: Dustin Smous via Flickr Imagine you can use your iPad for creating professional presentation videos...  just like those that in professional media... Well you can! In leading up to my final product for Course 5, I was intending on creating a Schoology course for my incoming teachers.  But after creating a session for the Fishbowl classroom, I decided to change it to a TouchCast.
TouchCast is MADE for Flipped Learning! Imagine creating a Video, that you can have interactive elements that pause while you interact.  You can present information, ask the viewer to do something, and then they can continue.  There are a lot of great features to TouchCast.  Here is a set of Google Slides that help to illustrate what the product can do.


 So here is the Script that I wrote to work with my TouchCast. I wanted to have prompts of which vApps I wanted in my script, while I was speaking in my Teleprompter, so I could click them in as I recorded.  Hope this helps you! Stay tuned: …