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    Farzana ali
    HP reveal
    7 September
    Public discussion Created by Farzana ali

    For primary students HP reveal is a good app that can be used to tell stories/ messages. It can be used as a display in schools introducing the staff or students too. It can be a good alternative to storytelling using DT which is useful for reluctant readers...This is one of the very cool apps that I remember from MINDLAB. Apart from that, we are currently looking into AR and VR using MIXIply- this is part of a reading followup from School Journal May 2020. We have already used STOP motion, Scratch (as a Health topic- First Aid and Emergencies topic), Makeymakey (using electronics as topic) and Minecraft- students designed an eco-friendly house. 

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      • Melissa Jones
        By Melissa Jones
        Sep 8

        Wow, you are having so much fun! These resources sound amazing. Would you please share which parts of the progress outcomes were observed during the learning session(s) using HP Reveal? It is exciting to hear about all the interesting learning happening with DT woven through it. Please keep sharing with us. 

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