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Outdoor activities with mobile devices


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    • 1. MobileDevices
    • 2. FeaturesGeolocation TextingPhoto capturingAugmented RealityVideo recordingNote-taking ScanningAudio Photos of elementary students using iPads at schoolto do amazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    • 3. Activities
    • 4. •Students sketchany object outside•They describe it’sfeaturesNature Sketches
    • 5. PenUltimate App
    • 6. •Students work in smallgroups•One takes a picturewhile others close theireyes for a count of 10•The student showsthem the picture & theytry to find itMobile Hide & SeekiPhone Generation by xcode, Flickr
    • 7. •Group students•They sit down on the ground andobserve the clouds.•Each student in the group takespictures of the clouds & imagines it isan animal, object, etc.•They share the images and imaginings•They take at least 1 idea & the picturesfrom each member and create a storyCloud Stories
    • 8. Bookpress IOS Bookmaking App
    • 9. •Students create ascrapbook of differentspecimens they observe•They write shortdescriptions of themNature Scrapbook
    • 10. Exploring Habitats•Explore an animal’s habitat•Include images of the habitat•Include bookmarkedresearch with an app likePearlTrees, Diigo, Delicious,Popplet•Create a short video with theinformation and images yougathered•Upload to DropBox Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to doamazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    • 11. Mooklet IOS App
    • 12. •Give students a list ofadjectives•They must find an exampleof each and take a pictureand write a descriptionAdjectives ScavengerHunt
    • 13. •Have students takepictures of graffiti theyconsider art•They should also look forexamples of what they donot consider art•They must explain theirchoicesGraffiti or Art?
    • 14. Write About This IOS App
    • 15.
    • 16. Evernote App•Organize pictures, websites,notes, videos, audio notes,etc.•Some text in images becomesearchable•Organize by notebooks, tags,categories•Syncs on all devices
    • 17. to turn EverNote into a website
    • 18. I Know Quiz App IOS
    • 19.
    • 20. Create a Story with CollectedImages•Students have 1minute to quicklycapture an image•Put them ingroups• They create agroup story withthe images•Apps- Animoto orSkqueak
    • 21. Leafsnap.comUse Classification Apps
    • 22. OutdoorstudybreaksSalvatelambiente: leggetesuiPad by, Flickr
    • 23. EcobugsAppAugmented Reality
    • 24. Geolocation
    • 25. 20 20 10 90
    • 26.