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Narrate Slideshows With 30hands for iPad

Narrate Slideshows With 30hands for iPad | Reading Fluency Ideas | Scoop.it

"30hands is a free iPad app that makes it very easy to create a narrated slideshow. To create a basic narrated slideshow on 30hands all you need to do is import images from your iPad’s camera roll then press the record button below each image to record your narration. If you don’t have any pictures on your iPad you can take pictures using the 30hands app. 30hands also allows you to draw images instead of importing pictures. You can combine imported pictures with drawn images in your presentations. And you can draw on top of imported images. When your project is complete you can save it on your iPad or share it with the 30hands community."


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Digital storytelling for students; take pictures, then narrate the story.

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ghawkinson's curator insight, June 4, 2013 2:47 PM

Another option for presentations...

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Record of Reading by Jessica Huegel | iPads in the K-2 Classroom

Record of Reading by Jessica Huegel | iPads in the K-2 Classroom | Reading Fluency Ideas | Scoop.it

"The Record of Reading app is a wonderful tool for increasing organization and simplifying the data collection involved with running records.  This app records the student’s voice and allows the teacher to make running record notations as the student reads.  It includes places for making notes about fluency, the book’s title/level, and the student’s accuracy and self-correction rate.  This app also has a timer for keeping track of reading rate."


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Bronwyn Desjardins's curator insight, June 4, 2013 3:05 PM

Great app for recording a student's reading progress.

A.W.Miller's curator insight, June 4, 2013 3:38 PM

our school started a "BYOD" program last year (that's bring your own device) with what I believe has been a resounding success.  We need more resources like this to help expand what technology can do in our classroom.