Working with Adobe Slate a mini guide for teachers

No not that slate.

The app Slate is new from Adobe. It allows users to seamlessly bring together images and text to tell a story.

So how might a teacher like me use Slate to tell my story?

Well perhaps I want to share pictures from classroom visits I've made, so that the other teachers at my school can see what is going on too.

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Sharing them on Slate is quick, easy and visual.

This is a picture grid
This is a window image, one can change the focal point, to emphasise one area.
There are several different image and text formats one can use
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These images were already on my iPad but I could have found them here too.

Sources for images on Slate

One can even share links such as the one below to my class blog.

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Henrietta Miller
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