ObjectivesExamine apps for their use as a creativity tool, comparing and contrasting features.
Objectives Examine apps for their use as a creativity tool, comparing and contrasting features. Identify ways to effectively usethese apps in a classroom setting to support your content and curriculum.
Be creative... Combine text, photos, drawing, and narration • Language Arts - Write Poetry, Retell Story, Practice Spelling • Social Studies - Use Vocabulary, Create Timeline, Text Tell the Story • Math - Explain Concepts, Show your work, Solve a ProblemMy Published Story • Science -Document an Experiment, Analyze the Story Kit FAQ Results, Explain Cycles
Math Lesson • Use drawing tools to show arrays, geometry • Use text to label • Record voice to explain
Social Studies Lesson • Find pictures on Safari and save image • Insert into story kit • Add text and voice to show what you know
Science Lesson • Take photos of experiments • Take screen shots using power + home buttons • Use text or voice to provide details
Language Arts Lesson • Use preloaded photos as writing prompts • Focus on literary device • Record voice to to tell story or poem You Tube Example
4 Ways to get Photos/Images • Take a picture with the built in camera • Upload into iPhoto and sync • Find image on Safari and Save image into camera roll • Take a screen shot by pushing Home and Power buttons at the same time
Comparing Apps Unlimited pages, no font choices, upload only Storykit with email address One photo, 60 seconds to record, upload to Fotobabble teacher created account 3 photos with lite version, uploads to teacherSonic pics lite created YouTube account, paid version is $2.99 iPad only, shows screen action while recording, Show me can pause and then keep recording, uploads to teacher created account
Using Apps • Effective instructional strategies • Gradual release of responsibility I do, we do, you do • Scaffold use of app
Reﬂect & ConnectRecord ideas with popplet lite