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Apps for adults who are learning basic science in preparation for a high school equivalency exam and/or for post-secondary education
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Educreations is an exciting app that transforms your iPad into a recordable whiteboard. It records your voice, handwriting and also allows you to insert pictures to produce your own personal video...

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David Rosen's insight:

Educreations is a free IPad app that allows a teacher, tutor or student to easily draw, import pictures and/or narrate a presentation. This is perfect for student-made science projects. It may also be a good way for teachers to demonstrate a process -- with drawing, illustrations, photos, and personal narrative. Teachers interested in "flipped classrooms" might find this an easy way to make their own "videos" for students to watch before class -- on their iPads.

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David Rosen's curator insight, December 29, 2013 8:47 PM

Teachers, tutors or students can easily use this free iPad app for project-based learning, to create "videos" that can be watched before class in a "flipped classroom", or in other ways. You can draw, write, upload photos or illustrations, and narrate everything. For ESOL/ESL, students could build their own visual dictionary entries, taking photos of things or other images they care about, writing the objects' names and definitions, and pronouncing the words in their own voices. This could be a class project, with every student who has access to an iPad contributing to it.

David Rosen's curator insight, December 29, 2013 8:49 PM

This could be used by a math teacher, tutor or learners. One can easily make a presentation that includes drawings, text, imported images or photos, and all with a natural voice narrative. Students could use this for math project presentations. Teachers could create math demonstrations that could be used in many ways, including for "flipped classrooms".

David Rosen's curator insight, December 29, 2013 8:51 PM

Students and teachers can use this app to make presentations of their writing, and various writing instruction topics. These presentatioins could be used for supplemental instruction, in "flipped classrooms," and in other ways.

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