Monday, January 9, 2017

Quiet on the Set! Action!: Video Creation Apps

Mobile App Monday

Students can show what they know with these fun, easy-to-use video apps. 

Tellagami: Students can quickly create a short video in 3 easy steps: 
1) Choose and customize your character and background. Use your own image and background to bring learning to life.
2) Record your voice or type your message or doodle. 
3) Save and share. 

Telestory:  To show what they know, students can create and star in their own TV show. 
Get started in just a few easy steps - 
1. Pick a theme.

2. Select the first shot to use in the story - students can have multiple shots in one story. 
2. Create a script from one of the cue cards provided or have students write their own.
3. Dress up in 50 different digital costumes with face tracking.
4. Perform and record your own show with animated settings and special effects.
5. Broadcast your show by exporting it to the camera roll.

6. The saved broadcast can be shared in the classroom or posted online. 

Shadow puppet: Students can explain and share their ideas and knowledge with this super simple video app. 
1) Choose photos or videos from the web or camera roll. 
2) Add music or record your voice. 
3) Add animated titles or draw with emoji wands
4) Save and share. 

These apps would be great to use for Digital Learning Day on February 23rd. Show others around the world how you and your students are using digital tools in the classroom to strength a student's learning experience. Students can use the video creation apps to explain a math concept, vocabulary words, or a science experiment.They can share details about a fictional or historical place or character. 

The possibilities are endless!

Do you have a favorite video creation app? Share your recommendations in the comment box below. 

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