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WDWDT: A New App That Keeps Teachers, Students, Parents In Sync By Cyndi Danner-Kuhn On · 0 Comments See on Scoop.it – Technology in the Classroom , 1:1 Laptops & iPads and MORE Fun, fast and without uploads, downloads or legal issues.
This morning I shared an old post about Fotobabble on the Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page . In response to that post Stewart Whitney shared his experience of using the Fotobabble iPhone app. Stewart's comment got me to try the Fotobabble iOS app .
At inkle , we believe it takes great writers to tell great stories. That’s why we’ve created inklewriter , to help writers tell interactive tales with the minimum of fuss. inklewriter keeps your branching story organised, so you can concentrate on what’s important – the writing. inklewriter is a free tool designed to allow anyone to write and publish interactive stories. It’s perfect for writers who want to try out interactivity, but also for teachers and students looking to mix computer skills and creative writing.
In the days of cold, hard newsprint, only people who could draw were successful comic strip authors.
There's no better way to show companies how to create an engaging infographic than through outlined steps in the form of an infographic. A new infographic by Infographic Labs — first published by Performancing.com — highlights the best practices of developing a creative way to get the word out about new data. As the amount of information we consume on the Internet grows and attention spans decrease thanks to a bevvy of distractions from email to Facebook, market research firms and other companies are packaging new data in visual ways.
Infographics are visual representations of data design to help communicate information clearly.
In an internet age dominated by readers scanning short-form articles, how can we communicate something complex, nuanced, or dense in a short period of time? Queue the infographics.
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By kylemawer http://www.digitalplay.info/blog/2012/03/30/the-5-levels-of-digital-storytelling/ It’s our pleasure to introduce a guest blog post by James Taylor , who has been adapting gaming elements (such as leveling up) and applying them to digital storytelling.
One of the best free Web 2.0 tools available to teachers and students is VoiceThread . Initially defined as a “group audio blog,” VoiceThread allows users to have ongoing digital conversations built from text, audio, and/or video comments added by small groups of participants around any content imaginable.
I’ve been twittering the past several weeks about using VoiceThread as a digital portfolio for our Student-Led Conferences this semester. In the past, my students have used Photostory3 to show and talk about their learning as a starting point for their Student Led Conference with their parents.
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