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    Nicki Tempero
    App smashing
    22 March
    Public discussion Created by Nicki Tempero

    Are you App smashing?

    App Smashing is the process of using multiple apps to create projects or complete tasks. App Smashing can provide your students with creative and inspired ways to showcase their learning and allow you to assess their understanding and skills.

    A crowd sourced slideshow has been created through #seesawchatnz  - 

    https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1dARNvpgk5Vd5rmkrCfLkqorloN2W3dZ4FH2tklL6q34/edit#slide=id.p

    Please add your ideas to the slideshow

    Chromebook apps -

    Screen Shot 2018-03-22 at 1.06.10 PM.png

    iPad apps- 

    Screen Shot 2018-03-22 at 1.07.39 PM.png

    Yes I app smash. We use shadow puppet, chatterpix, pic collage, puppet pals, sock puppets and tellagami. The students enjoy sharing stories and writing this way. We also explore maths ideas but I now use the drawing and recording functions on seesaw to explain maths thinking (i use to use explain everything).

    - By Alwyn
      • Alwyn
        By Alwyn
        Mar 23

        Yes I app smash. We use shadow puppet, chatterpix, pic collage, puppet pals, sock puppets and tellagami. The students enjoy sharing stories and writing this way. We also explore maths ideas but I now use the drawing and recording functions on seesaw to explain maths thinking (i use to use explain everything).

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