I just wanted to share a review project the Ms. Broussard did with the Sixth grade students.Â She used Mapskip.com along with DE Streaming images and digital voice recorders.Â Each group of students made a summary of each of the six events they had studied.Â Hereâ€™s a sample:Â http://www.mapskip.com/stories.php?story=2870
I can think of a few other ways to use Mapskip.Â Let me know if you would like some help doing a similar project.
This post is primarily for those who will attend the DE Streaming Teacher Tools session today.Â If you’ve read my blog at all, you know that from time to time I get fabulous information to share through my Personal Learning Network (PLN).Â I found an absolute gem while preparing for the inservice and wanted to make sure I posted it for you.Â The technique is an advanced use of the tools we will go over today, so I doubt we’ll get to it, but if you are interested in trying it, you’ll be able to.Â
OK, so what is the technique?Â Using Web 2.0 tools to create additional content to embed in your quizzes, assignments, and prompts. This means any content you find/create using Animoto, Teachertube, Slideshare, Dipity, Voki, Voicethread, Bubbl.us and many other tools can be a partÂ of your assignment.Â Â Here’s the tutorial that I found for you in the DEN (Discovery EducatorÂ Network).Â If you want to try the to recreate the sample, use this file: the-letter-cÂ Â and then search DE Streaming for The Letter C song.Â Let me know if you try it or if you run into trouble…