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  1. 1. Presentation byVickie CochranWaynette HelmsInga Schorn
  2. 2.  A web tool used to create high interest animated videos that increases creativity and critical thinking skills resulting in increased student achievement Video: Introduction to Go!Animate
  3. 3.  Go!Animate Basic allows the user to create short, animated videos to communicate ideas and information.
  4. 4.  Easy to use! Start by choosing either Quick Video Maker or Full Video Maker.
  5. 5. Next, we choose a theme.
  6. 6. Follow the prompts on the screen to selectsetting and actors!
  7. 7. Animated video creators can use text-to-speech orrecord their own voice for character dialogue.
  8. 8. Free Go!Animate Basic Membership includes limited characters, scenes, and privacy.
  9. 9. $355.00 Go!Animate for Schools Membership allows for 5 teachers and 200 students access to secure site and a large number of characters and scene selection.
  10. 10.  Each implementation is a private, secure “wall garden” Student videos cannot be found from the public internet Student videos cannot be published publicly, without teacher approval School home page cannot be found unless specific address is known Students cannot surf public video sites from within G4S No integration with social networks Go!Animate never takes student email addresses or contact information
  11. 11.  All characters, backgrounds, props, etc. are school-safe. Guns, alcohol, etc. are filtered out Teachers may opt to pre- moderate all student work prior to publishing to ensure appropriate language, imagery, and terminology
  12. 12.  Teachers can divide the students into classes and/or workgroups Student video distribution can be limited to the class/group from which they are published Great way to block younger kids from seeing the videos of older kids
  13. 13. Go!• Geared toward adult users.Can be • More appropriate for the K-12 used in school bit may have school environment. inappropriate elements that must • Teachers and students get a be monitored. private page to login to the site.• Make videos for fun at no charge • The teacher and students are the with the Basic account! Includes 2 only ones that have access to the minutes per animation. page.• Businesses can get an account • As mentioned before, the teacher starting at $39 a month. Includes has the ability to create groups so unlimited producing and younger students cannot see older downloading. students’ work.
  14. 14. Teachers can create videos for use as a review,remediation, or instructional tool to share with thewhole class or individual students.Review of Periodic TableStudents can also make their own video todemonstrate mastery. They love to share theircreation with their peers!Dividing Decimals
  15. 15. Students today have never known a time without theinternet. They use it daily at home and rely on the internetfor information and communication. Teachers that do notuse multiple technologies are creating an unrealistic anddisconnected learning setting. According to Greenhow,Hughes, and Robelia (2009): Today’s youth are frequently creative, interactive, and media oriented; use Web 2.0 technologies in their everyday lives; and believe that more use of such technologies in school would lead to increased preparation and engagement (p. 247).Greenhow, C., Hughes, J., & Robelia, B. (2009). Learning, teaching, and scholarship in a digital age web 2.0 and classroom research: What path should we take now? Educational Researcher, 38, 245-259.