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There are a lot of apps that are very effective for helping primary students to share their learning in a digital portfolio. A few of my favorites are listed below.
Most blogging tools have their own app, including
Students can take pictures with an iPad of
artifact they have created which can be posted on their portfolio. For example a
letter to Santa
Even young children can use
to combine images or video and add their own voice. Example:
A screenshot of anything created on an iPad can be posted as an image in a digital portfolio. (Make a screenshot by pressing the home button and the hold button at the same time.)
Apps That Demonstrate Learning
- (free) Students who cannot yet write about what they know can draw what they know. This app also allows you to annotate photos with labels etc. to show learning. Drawings can be sent right to your photos app.
(free) is another good choice for a drawing tool. The app also has stamps. It does not allow direct export to the photos app.
app (free) records the studetn talking as he draws or writes words. Students can also import an image and explain that image. The site provides an embed code for the screencast.
(free) allows students to insert images, add text and record their voice to make a screencast. The app provides a link or embed code.
, (free students can explain their learning through the voice of the puppets. Saved videos can be uploaded to Youtube.
Students can also use the puppets in
Puppet Pals HD
(free) to show their learning through the voices of the puppets. As with Sock Puppets, videos can be uploaded directly to Youtube.
can be used to annotate photos and drawings.
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