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12-13 MILI Junior iPad Month 9

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Webinar archive (you must watch it on a computer):

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If you did not attend the webinar live you must watch the archive and answer this question about it in a blog post. Title your blog post "April webinar question."

1. In the webinar LeAnn gives a lot of examples on how to use Animoto and Audioboo for yourself or within the classroom. Which examples might you incorporate into the classroom? Explain.


PRESENTATION TOOLS

 

REQUIRED and due in May: Create a presentation using one tool you learned about in MILI (Google Sites, Educreations, Animoto, Audioboo, etc.) that highlights what you learned in MILI. Here are examples from 08-09 participants, 09-10 participants, 10-11 participants, and 11-12 participants. (NOTE: Past participants may have been shown how to use different presentation tools. You will need to use a tool you learned about in MILI.)

 

Presentation tips

 

Apps to Download for May

Audioboo

Audioboo is an application for recording and sharing your voice for up to 3 minutes in length.

Animoto Video Maker

Turn your photos into stunning, professional-quality videos, complete with music and text.

Getting started with Audioboo:

  1. Open the app and click the Sign Up button.
  2. To create a Boo, click on the big, green record button. You have 3 minutes.
  3. Boos are stored under My Boos where you can get a link, email it, post it to social media, etc.
  4. Quick Tour of Audioboo.
  5. Audioboo Support page.

Getting started with Animoto:

  1. Click the person's head at the top of the app and click sign up. Sign up with your school email and apply for an educator account. (You must apply for educator account via the Animoto website, NOT the app.)
  2. Info on how to make student accounts in Animoto.
  3. Animoto Help page.

Educational uses of Audioboo:

  • Have students record book reviews.
  • Have students create mini news program.
  • For students who have a hard time writing, have them "read" their writing.
  • Have students record their impressions of a field trip, lesson, nature walk, etc.
  • Examples of using Audioboo with students - great video at bottom of post.
  • More student Audioboo examples.

Educational uses of Animoto:

 

 

Other suggested presentation tools you can explore:

  • Haiku Deck - tell Haiku Deck the text you want on a slide, it searches for images for you
  • Prezi - the zooming presentation tool
  • Skitch - Draw images, add text and shapes to photos, etc.
  • ShowMe - another tool with an interactive whiteboard just like Educreations

 

 

ASSIGNMENTS

 

1.Create a presentation showing what you learned in MILI and how you could see applying some of it in your classroom, with students, or for your own professional development. Use any of the presentation tools we've talked about, or create your own Google Site, to create this presentation. This is required and must be completed by our May meeting.

2. Remember to post at least 2 blog posts a month.

 

NEED HELP WRITING A BLOG?

 

If you can't think of what to write about in your blog post, keep these things in mind:

  • Keep the blog post on the theme of the month. Think about the ideas, tools, or concepts introduced when writing your post.
  • What this month was interesting to you? How could you see using an idea, concept, or tool in your professional or personal life or in the classroom, or how have you already used it? Give examples.
  • What was new to you? Identify an idea, concept, or tool that was new to you and explore your thoughts about this new item and how it could add to or change something you already do.
  • Keep it positive. We know you may not love every idea, concept, or tool we tell you about, but tell us positively why you think it may not work for you. Give examples.

 

 

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