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Sra. Spanglish: Three Apps, Three Types of Movie Projects

Sra. Spanglish: Three Apps, Three Types of Movie Projects | Classroom Apps | Scoop.it

"A quality five-minute movie project will suck weeks away from your class time, if done right. Then again, with the right technology--a coupla iPads, apps, and Web 2.0 accounts for example--a decent 30-second video can be churned out in a class period often with just the technology half your kids carry in their pockets.

There are three basic categories of movie project: basic non-edited,edited nonscripted, and scripted edited. that more or less align with different levels of assessment: practice, formative, and summative. The products of these project types are also suited to different audiences: self, teacher/peers, public. Since Christmas came in July, and I now have my very own set of 10 class iPads, I've selected an iPad app to focus on for each movie making level."


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Scott Holcomb's curator insight, July 15, 2014 2:05 PM

I'm all about video creation in the classrooms! Thanks!

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Who Made Me Sick? Do You Have Cooties? A Participatory Simulation for iPads -- THE Journal

Who Made Me Sick? Do You Have Cooties? A Participatory Simulation for iPads -- THE Journal | Classroom Apps | Scoop.it
This week’s blog features a fun, engaging, and intellectually stimulating (free) iPad app: The Cootie Participatory Simulation. In participating in the simulation of the spread of an infectious disease – the Cuddle germ – children learn how diseases are spread. Usable from 1st to 12th grade.

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Free Technology for Teachers: How to Use PicCollage - And Five Ideas for Using It In Your Classroom

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Use PicCollage - And Five Ideas for Using It In Your Classroom | Classroom Apps | Scoop.it

"PicCollage is one of my favorite Android and iPad apps. It is a free that allows you to quickly arrange pictures, video, text, and stickers into collages. From the app you can share your collage to Google Drive, Instagram, Facebook, Dropbox, and many other file sharing services. In the video below I demonstrate how to use it without creating a PicCollage account. Below the video I have five ideas for using in your classroom."


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