Tech Tuesday

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Concrete Poetry and so much more

April15

A few weeks back an app went FREE and caught my eye: Path on – Swipe to Type. Immediately, I saw a good elementary school use: concrete poetry. And the app’s so easy… Snap a picture. Draw some lines. Type your text (and it will follow the line path). Choose a font and effect. (In […]

PicPlayPost Palooza

March18

In the last few months, when I have consulted with teachers, I have found myself recommending over and over again the same app… and it seems like it’s been a non-stop party of great projects. So what’s the app? PicPlayPost is its name, and it’s very simple to use. You pick a frame of up […]

Another iMovie App Example Project

January15

Twenty-three movies that demonstrate how to solve fraction problems were developed by fourth grade students recently. Please click here to learn more about this project as well as view the finished products. All of the movies were created using the iMovie app on iPod Touches. What I really like about this project is that it […]

Stop-Action Movies: In Motion on the Ocean

May29

Last year, I wrote two posts about stop-action movies (something new MAY be in order: Stop-Action Movies & Stop-Action Movies Follow-Up). The latter post concluded with our hopes to integrate this technology into fifth grade. What follows is a summary of our results. During the 2011-12 school year, all fifth graders at Abbot School participated […]

something new MAY be in order: Stop-Action Movies

May17

It’s almost the end of the school year. Things are crazy, but at the same time, they can be a bit stale. Especially, after testing has come and gone, students often see that milestone as a sign to check out. Looking to continue to engage your students right down to the end? Give stop-action movies […]

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