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8 Great iPad Apps for Creating Stop Motion Videos

8 Great iPad Apps for Creating Stop Motion Videos
1- Stop Motion Recorder StopMotion Recorder is toy video camera enable you to make stunning stop motion video like claymation. And you can edit, share movie via Mail, 'Facebook', 'Twitter (Twitvid)', Twitter(yFrog) & 'Youtube' from your iPhone. 2- Animation Creator HD Animation Creator HD allows your creativity to come to life on your iPad or iPad Mini! 3- FlipBook FlipBook has everything you need to get started animating, from an eraser to onion skinning (which lets you see a faint image of the previous and next frames) to layered drawing. 4- iMovie Make beautiful HD movies anywhere with iMovie, the fast and fun moviemaking app that puts everything you need to tell your story at your fingertips. 5- My Stop Action Your movies are made up of a series of photos - take each photo in turn, with a semi-transparent overlay (onion skin) of the previous frame to guide you. 6- Smoovie The 'must have' app for making stop motion animations on iPad. 7- Draw and Show 8- Animation Creator Related:  Tech info sites

Import XLS or CSV files Which formats can be imported? iDoceo is able to import data in CSV and XLS format. Any spreadsheet software (such as MS Excel, Numbers,Open Office, LibreOffice) is able to export and generate these files. iDoceo will only import the first sheet in your XLS file XLSX format is not supported yet. Which information can be imported? Your column names, student names, their grades and their personal data. What about student photos? You first need to import your student names in iDoceo, the next steps are explained here How should my info be formatted in order to be properly imported? The only requirement is that the first column must hold your student names. The other optional requirement is that the first row of your spreadsheet should hold your column names, if you choose not to, importing will work, but column header's text will be empty. Any other specifics for CSV files? Yes, if your spreadhseet software allows to , you should choose to store your file in UTF-8 (unicode) encoding. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

Dos excelentes herramientas para crear animaciones Stop Motion para su clase ~ Tecnología Educativa y Aprendizaje Móvil Stop motion videos are usually enchanting because they’re so basic, the choppy movements are part of the appeal. But at its most wonderful, stop motion videos can bring sketches or toys or static objects to life. As a teacher you can use these videos for a variety of reasons. You can ,for instance, use them to explain a hard to grasp concept to your students or encourage your students to create stop motion movies of their own projects....etc. Here are two awesome web tools you should definitely try when creating stop motion movies. Enjoy This is a cool tool for creating stop motion animations. This is a great web tool for creating stop motion movies.

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Getting Started with Evernote for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch To share a note, do the following: On the Home Screen, tap the All notes view, or tap any notebook in the Notebooks view to open the Note List Tap a note from the Note List to open it. The Note Editor will be displayed Tap the Share icon and choose from any of the following: Message: Tap to send a Public URL via the Message app for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Twitter: Tap to tweet a Public URL of the note. You will be redirected to Twitter and asked to confirm that you want to post the tweet Facebook: Tap to post a Public URL of the note to your Facebook wall. Use AirDrop to share with devices AirDrop lets you share things with people near you, and now you can use it to share notes with others. Next Congratulations!

iStopMotion for iPad para iPhone, iPod touch y iPad en el App Store de iTunes ‘Choose your own’ adventure stories using Google Slides. – EDTECH 4 BEGINNERS Are you looking for an interesting way to encourage your class to write? ‘Choose your own’ adventure stories worked brilliantly for me! What is this type of story? It is simply a story which has options for the reader to choose from. They decide what happens to the character. How did Google Slides help? Have a look at my video tutorial which will show you how to carry out the task: What was the impact on the pupils? My students were definitely motivated to write and the results were fantastic. Click here to see a brilliant example! Have a go! Like this: Like Loading...

Ten Terrific Mind Mapping and Brainstorming Tools Today, I am running a workshop about using mind mapping and brainstorming tools to help students meet some of the Common Core standards in English Language Arts. Below are some of the tools that we will be using today. On a related note, if you're interested in having me come to your school or facilitate a virtual workshop, please click here for more information. Popplet is a great service that combines the best of online sticky note services like Wallwisher with collaborative mind mapping functions. Popplet allows you to create a wall of multimedia sticky notes that you can share with others. Text 2 Mind Map offers a great way to turn your typed outlines into mind maps. Realtime Board is a new online tool for hosting online, collaborative brainstorming sessions. Inkflow is an iPad app for visual thinkers who like to sketch to process what they're hearing, seeing, and learning. iBrainstorm is a free brainstorming application for the iPad and the iPhone.

Google Slides: Choose Your Own Adventure - Teacher Tech Eric Curts posted directions for using Google Slides to create a choose your own adventure style activity. Using hyperlinks within a Google Slides presentation, build a story or tutorial that asks the viewer to make decisions. Google Slides is probably my favorite collaboration tool. See what your students can collaborate on and create! My students created an awesome adventure story using collaboration tools. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2016

Coggle - A Simple Mind-Mapping Tool Last week I shared a presentation about mind maps, timelines, and collaborative brainstorming. Shortly after sharing that presentation I learned about Coggle. Coggle is a new, collaborative mind-mapping service that is very easy to use. To create a Coggle mind map just sign-in with your Google account and click the "+" icon to start your mind map. Coggle is a collaborative tool. Applications for Education The problem with some mind-mapping tools is that while robust in features they don't have intuitive interfaces which in turn causes students to struggle with the process and lose the flow of the brainstorming process.

Could Storytelling Be the Secret Sauce to STEM Education? In the short story “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas,” author Ursula Le Guin describes a utopian city that has everything people want or need — beauty, religion, happiness — but it’s all possible because one child is kept in the dark, separated from all joy and light. Citizens of the city have to go and see this boy, but some can’t take the guilt and walk away. After reading the story, Lev Fruchter and his class talk about what elements make up utopia and use the conversation as a jumping-off point to talk about equations. They talk about adding good things and multiplying them if they’re really great or, inversely, subtracting things that make people unhappy and dividing the really bad elements. This is all a way of thinking about the math that will eventually run a computer program. Fruchter loves words, but is comfortable enough with math and science that he was called upon to teach them. “I’m a narrative learner,” said Fruchter.