MIT App Inventor Get Started Follow these simple steps to build your first app. Tutorials Step-by-step guides show you how to build all kinds of apps. Teach Teachers, find out about curriculum and teaching resources. Creating a rubric that will be saved Registering as a new user Before you begin creating a rubric you must register as a new user. You'll only need to do this once, so if you are a returning user, please skip to the Returning user log in section. To register, scroll down on the homepage of RubiStar until you see the green arrow, like the one shown below, that says Register. Edukata model - Edukata Edukata is a participatory design model for educators to fill the gap between visionary scenarios and classroom practice. The Edukata model is a source of inspiration for educators to strengthen their abilities and confidence as designers of future classroom learning activities and to expand and improve educational design skills. Short introductory video of Edukata:
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Four Tools for Creating Screencasts on Chromebooks - A Comparison In response to my latest Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week I received a bunch of requests for comparisons of screencasting tools that work on Chromebooks. So yesterday I made three screencast videos using three different screencasting tools. Add that to the one that I made on Friday with another screencast tool and you have four options for creating screencasts on a Chromebook. The four options are Nimbus Screenshot, TechSmith Snagit, CaptureCast, and Screencastify. My comments on each are listed below. The list is ranked according to my preference.