3 App Challenge using Stick Around, Explain Everything and Google Drive features of Edmodo

When creating and solving Stick Around Puzzles. Sometimes students have a limitation if they don’t have email. However, many classrooms use Edmodo. Teachers can create a Stick Around Puzzle and then add both an introduction and tutorial into a Stick Around Puzzle through Explain Everything. They can then upload the completed puzzle into Google Drive and then share the link direction in Edmodo. Students can then download the puzzle and complete it. They can then upload the completed puzzle into their backpacks on Edmodo for their teacher to review or grade. It stays in one system but uses the best … Continue reading 3 App Challenge using Stick Around, Explain Everything and Google Drive features of Edmodo

Using Stick Around as a tutorial for students and teachers

I love Stick Around by Tony Vincent and MorrisCooke. My students, teachers and I use it almost daily. For the last three years I have tried to refine tutorials on what apps can be used based on subject areas and I have recently created this new tutorial I have named: “Solving the App Puzzle”. I use a ven diagram template and then arrange apps based on subject matter presentation, studying and a combination of both. I then create stickers that include links, audio recordings and brief descriptions of the apps and how they can be used. If the student or … Continue reading Using Stick Around as a tutorial for students and teachers

3 App Challenge: Classroom movie Day

Want your students to be be film critics for a day about their favorite movies and have their classmates respond and discuss their reviews? With this 3 App Challenge you have students check out reviews of their favorite movies on Fandango. Then film and edit their review on iMovie and then upload the review to a Google Form that other students can post and respond to. Continue reading 3 App Challenge: Classroom movie Day