Free iOS App Today: 100 Cameras in 1

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100 Cameras in 1https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id408481287?mt=8&src=af

 

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Thanks to Gizmodo, Wired, Kotaku, TouchArcade, and so many more for great reviews. “INSPIRING ✭✭✭✭" – 148 Apps
♥ You'll feel happy and creative when using 100 Cameras in 1! 
♥ Top 10 in 45 Countries around the world!

➤ See demo video and more at at http://www.stuckincustoms.com/best-iphone-camera/ 

Benefits: 
➤ Fast, simple, and light. Designed for speed and ease-of-use 
➤ Export 100 New Effects directly to Instagram!
➤ Take unique new photos or re-create existing photos 
➤ 100 different effects that use mixes of hardlight, overlay, and more with beautiful textures from around the world.
➤ A "new" kind of camera that lacks the confusing complexity of many other hard-to-use apps. 
➤ Share your photos on Instagram, email, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, SmugMug, and DropBox! 
➤ Gamecenter support. Unlock fun achievements! 

♥♥♥ AMAZING REVIEWS!

148 Apps: “Even bland, insipid photos with poor lighting, like my demonstration photo of an Apple mouse, can be transformed…. The possibilities are almost limitless, which makes the app an easy one to come back to, even without the social features… The poetic filter names are a treat, giving it personality and warmth. Overall, an inspiring app at a bargain price.”

Appadvice.com: "Creating is super fun. If you love using effects to see how any old boring photo can get a nice punch of life to it, then you definitely won’t be disappointed with the available options in the app."

Top 10 Facebook Pages for Educators

Written by Nathan Smith on . Posted in Internet Resources

Alex Beck posted his top 10 Facebook pages for Educators to the Gaggle Speaks Blog:

https://www.gaggle.net/speaks/top-10-facebook-pages-for-educators/

You can read the details at the link above.  Below are the 10 Facebook pages for Educators he recommends…

1. ISTE
2. Edutopia
3. Education Week
4. Facebook In Education
5. Free Technology for Teachers
6. Scholastic Teachers
7. EdReach
8. TED-Ed
9. Education World
10. HuffPost Education
 

Earth Science Week 2014 Contests

Written by Nathan Smith on . Posted in STEM and STEAM

The American Geosciences Institute is sponsoring a series of contests to celebrate Earth Science Week 2014. This year’s celebration takes place Oct. 12-18, 2014.

Earth Science Week 2014 Photography Contest — Open to All Ages
http://www.earthsciweek.org/contests/photography/index.html
Earth science is the study of the geosphere (land), hydrosphere (water), atmosphere (air) and biosphere (living things). These spheres — or earth systems — are continually affecting and influencing one another. In our homes, in our neighborhoods, in our workplaces and in our public gathering places, we can observe the dynamic interactions of “earth system science.” In a photograph, capture evidence of the connections of earth systems in your community.

Earth Science Week 2014 Visual Arts Contest — Open to Students in Grades K-5
http://www.earthsciweek.org/contests/visualarts/index.html
Earth scientists — or geoscientists — study land, water, air and living things. In particular, these scientists pay attention to the ways these “connected systems” affect each other. For example, scientists study how water shapes the land, how living things use air and how air and water act on each other. How do these connected systems affect you? Use artwork to show how land, water, air and living things are connected in the world around you.

Earth Science Week 2014 Essay Contest — Open to Students in Grades 6-9
http://www.earthsciweek.org/contests/essay/index.html
Our planet’s land, water, air, and living things each affect and are affected by one another. Earth scientists observe these interactions among earth systems — the geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and biosphere. Scientists study these interactions to seize opportunities and address challenges in areas such as harnessing energy, farming land, ensuring safe water, preparing for natural disasters, protecting the environment and building communities. Explain one way that geoscientists’ study of Earth’s connected systems is helping to improve the world today.

The entry deadline for all three contests is Oct. 17, 2014. Visit the contest websites for full details.

If you have any questions about these contests, please email the Earth Science Week staff at info@earthsciweek.org.

Celebrate World Space Week 2014

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Imagine an entire week of space-themed activities to enhance learning. Join educators and space enthusiasts around the world to celebrate World Space Week, Oct. 4-10, 2014.

World Space Week is the largest public space event in the world, with over 1,400 events in more than 80 countries held during the week of Oct. 4-10.

In 2014, World Space Week encourages the use global navigation satellite systems space-themed activities.

To learn more about World Space Week, find educational materials, and register your event, visit http://www.worldspaceweek.org.