To celebrate the launch of the Easy Portfolio app, I decided to run a video competition with the aim of giving away an iPod Touch to the video which showcased the power of the app within the classroom. In the end only one vote separated 1st and 2nd place. Checkout the entries below and many thanks to those who voted and participated.
Video 1 – Winner
Video 2 – Runner Up
Video 3 – 3rd Place
Video 4 – 4th Place
Although the winner has been decided, you can have your say on your favourite video below.
In recent weeks I have playing with the exciting combination of Easy Portfolio and Coaches Eye inside of the PE classroom. This has enabled the easy recording and storing of video analysis activities. Check out the apps working in concert together below.
The most exceptional video feedback app I have seen on an iOS device. With this app you can simultaneously record and display delayed video. This means that a PE Teacher can have the app pointed towards any sort of discrete skill and after the skill has been completed the performer has adequate time to return to the screen to see their skill in action. Where this app takes it to the next level is its ability to allow a grid of 4 different video delay timers effectively creating 4 opportunities to view your performance (See the picture below). The user can then specify a different delay time for each grid and dynamically altering the delay by swiping up or down with their finger on the grid.
This app is a must have for PE Teachers and sports coaches who are keen to take performance analysis to the next level. Use it in gymnastics, dance, track and field or during skill development. The possibilities are endless
The app designed for PE Teachers to effectively capture skill development and sports skill portfolios in a flash. Simply setup portfolios for your students and throughout the semester, capture them in action in a variety of ways. You can then share portfolios to Dropbox via Email or showcase them from within the app. A perfect tool for assessment and discussion prompts within parent teacher interviews.
A useful free tool that enables you to test the rebound height of different balls to determine if they meet the specified requirements. Teachers and students can use this to test how varied pressure and surfaces impact on the rebound height and the subsequent co-efficient of restitution making it a perfect tool for exploring Biomechanics principles.
Use the following apps and their associated websites to build a geolocation based game that involves real destinations, challenges and rewards. Build an activity that involves extensive physical activity and associated fitness challenges. To check out SCVNGR in action, you can view the video on their home page here