Welcome to ICT TOOLKIT FOR TEACHERS, an online portal designed to support your learning and teaching in ICT. Here you will find resources, ideas and tutorials that you can use in your classroom. Tserlin PTY LTD invites you to communicate with other educators, near and far. Respond, reply, comment, ask questions and share resources within ICT Toolkit for Teachers. Journey with me as I aim to scaffold your learning, teaching and understanding of ICT.
Welcome to Teacher Sound Deck – The Ultimate Teaching Companion!
The Teacher Sound Deck is filled with sound effects to engage your students and complement your teaching.
Press a sound effect to complement what is happening during teaching/class time.
The Teacher Sound Deck has been tested in classrooms in Melbourne. It is sure to make you and your students laugh.
Please feel free to remix this project to add your own sounds. Don’t forget to leave feedback or comments below.
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Students have taken to Badge.Academy and designed their own Master Badges. Joining the Unofficial Catalogue is YouTube and Google Drawings Master Badge. Students were inspired to create the badges as they felt that both badges were missing from the Badge Catalogue.
Badge.Academy have created a submissions page whereby students/teachers can submit a badge and the success criteria related to the badge. Once approved, the badge will be posted to the Unofficial Catalogue and the creator will receive the ultimate badge… Content Creator. #makerrevolution
Think you’ve got what it takes to be a YouTube/Google Drawings Master. Why not give it a go?
I received this brilliant news on Friday. After working on my application for nearly two months; I have been accepted into the Google for Education Certified Innovator Program.
Google Innovation Academy here I come…
Below is my vision: Launchpad – An Innovation to Support the Digital Needs of Today’s Teacher
Presented by Tser Lin Hetherton
Design with purpose – Learn how 3D design and printing is a possibility in your classroom.
This workshop will explore how the 3D design process can be used to complement the ‘Design & Technologies’ component of the Victorian Curriculum. From an initial sketch, you will learn how to bring a design to life using 3D (CAD) software. Learn how to export your design, ready for 3D printing. It’s time to bring your ideas to life!
Skill Level: Any
Device: Your choice
App Required: 123D Design (if using an iPad)
Education users who are leaving or graduating from an organisation can now transfer content to another Google account easily!
Users complete a Google Takeout and assign a Gmail account for data to be transferred too. No need for downloading or USBs.
Students and teachers can learn to design in CAD software using an iPad, Chromebook or computer. Once they have made their designs, why not bring them to life using a 3D printer.
Take a look at a range of student designs at The Fab Lab – Fabrication Lab.
Mini Tser Lin designed in CAD software – Total Hours 5, total attempts 5
Mini Tser Lin printed 11 cms tall and in ABS material
Why use someone else’s font when you can create your own. Simply follow the instructions below to create your own font.
- Access to a printer
- Access to a scanner
- Black fine liner
- Visit http://www.myscriptfont.com/
- Download the PDF template and print
- Write out the alphabet, characters and numbers
- Scan your handwriting
- Name your font
- Download it as a TTF file
- From your downloads, double click to install
Available now from the hand of Tser Lin is Pigeon Scrawl. Click on the image below to download Pigeon Scrawl.