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  • Creating and Collaborating with iPads
  • Mini White Board
    • Use Doodle Buddy, Real Chalk or Screen Chomp as white boards:
      • Students can draw or write answers in discussions or to math problems or story prompts
      • Pair up students and one describes an object while the other draws it
  • Create Mind Maps: Poplet
    • Poplet-good for younger and older ages
    • Use text and images in poplets
    • Use color and links for organizing ideas
  • Create Mind Maps: Lino You can post, see and peel off stickies on canvases freely. Stickies posted from iPad App can be accessed with PC browsers. You can freely post pictures you take with your iPad Zoom in and out a canvas by pinch gesture. Drag a sticky to move it. You can move stickies around at any time. Organize your memos and ideas by changing colors of stickies or setting an icon on them.
    • Students can use Lino:
    • as a graphic organizer before writing
    • To explain steps in a sequence (how to solve a math problem, the life cycle of a plant, the parts of the story they are reading)
    • To plan parts for a reader’s theater or a skit
  • Create Mind Maps: ABC Notes
    • Use different backgrounds for notes and lists
    • Use as graphic organizers
    • Notes can be saved to camera roll
  • Collaborative Writing with Titan Pad * Use Safari to go to Titan Pad.com *One person starts a Pad and gives the short link to 5 others. *All 6 people collaborate on an idea or topic.
  • Create and Publish: Story Kit
    • Create an electronic storybook.. * Write some text. * Illustrate by drawing on the screen, taking a photograph of something you see, or drawing on paper and then photographing the paper, or attaching photos from your album. * Sounds can be recorded for telling your story or as sound effects. * Layout the elements of your story (text boxes, images, and sound clips) freely by dragging them or pinching to resize. * Add, reorder, or delete pages from your book. Your story is always saved in your iPad.
    • Upload your story to the StoryKit web server
    • No account is necessary. Stories are private.
  • Create and Publish: ToonTastic
    • Students write, animate, and record stories
    • Story structure is built into the process
    • Stories can be shared on Toon Tube
  • Create and Publish: Animoto
    • Create short collage videos (about 30 seconds)
    • Download pictures from student iPad share folder to use
    • Save the videos to the camera roll
    • Share in a gallery walk or project
    • Move completed videos to the iPad share folder with Web Dav
  • Create and Publish: Comic Life
    • Create comic book pages on any topic..
    • Tell stories in a graphic novel format
    • Get photos from student iPad Share folder
    • Share in a gallery walk or on projector
    • Share completed comics with Tray feature in the app.
    • Upload comics to teacher iPad with Tray feature
    • Save comics as jpg to camera roll then move to iPad Share with Web Dav Nav
  • Geography- Google Earth
    • Students locate places they have traveled to and partner share
    • Students measure the distance from place to place in miles: home to school, country to country
    • Locate places in Novels or stories they are reading
  • Geography and Literacy with PhotoCard
    • Use the photos supplied, or upload their own photos or from the internet
    • create postcards about:
      • travels they have taken
      • travels in books they have read
      • The life of a famous person