Using Instructional Technology to Publish
Need some great tools for producing and sharing your work using technology?
Adobe Spark: Create a page, video, or postLogin with an email address or Google account*Note: use an email you can check if password forgotten*
Fishbole: Presentation Tool
You should click to "join for free" and create an account with first name and use just the first letter of your last name when it asks you to provide last name. Please use your district email email@example.com
Then, once in the program, click on "notifications" in the top right corner. Click "join the team" to join our school enterprise subscription.
You can create a Google slideshow and then narrate with visual or just audio. Create chapters for natural recording breaks.
You can create images for presentations and import them into an Adobe Spark video or Google Slide. Can also be downloaded as a PDF.
Clips- For iPhone or iPad
Create a video presentation with backgrounds, text, narration, images, transcription, etc.
Storybird: Create picture books, chapter books, and poetryStudent Instructions:Here’s how to access Storybird. (If you already have a username and password, skip to step 5)1. Go to https://storybird.com.2. Click ‘Sign up’.3. Choose STUDENT.4. Choose a username and password.5. Navigate to ‘CLASS’ and enter class code: XNSA3.6. Record your username and password
Sway--Office 365 Microsoft product for visual stories
Buncee for EducationClass code: 8V9D
Emaze: Visual presentation
AnimotoCreate a slideshow with the ability to add photos and videoYou will need to sign up for an account
Glogster EDUClass code: 8AE57F
Canva Try using an Infographic template
You can also use a tool such as Prezi, or Power Point to create a timeline.
Office Mix--Power Point with video
If you would like to work on recording video, there are multiple options. Students can bring in a phone, record, and if necessary use something like iMovie to edit. Can upload to YouTube for you to show to the class. They could also use a video recording camera at school. They can then upload it to their Google Drive on the Chromebook after plugging in the camera with a USB, and then retrieve it at home if they want to use editing software like Movie Maker. Then they can bring in the final on thumb drive or can try to upload back to Google Drive. Or, you can use a Desktop computer in the library and edit in Movie Maker here at school.
You can also try to use a Google add-on called We Video that can capture video with the Chromebook camera. The problem is that you have to do the skit in front of the Chromebook to record.
Video editing tool: Typito
You can edit video and add text over the top. Here is an article explaining the program and the Typito website. You can do a free trial period and make all of the videos you want, then after you can have a free account--with the Typito logo--if you are not paying.
Other things to consider:Google SitesWeebly for EducationEdublogsPiktochartShadow Puppet Edu appPixton cartoon makerScreencast-O-Matic