On Mobile: YouTube Link
What resonated with you after watching this video? What 21st century skills and competencies do students use in the process of animating their work?
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There are several different applications that you can introduce your students to to get them started! Here just a few I’ve tried thus far:
On your PC:
Draw a Stickman (A paid iOs app, but free in Android)
Toontastic - Free iOs only
Animation Express - Free iOs only
Glowing - Glowing Animations - Free iOs and Android
http://www.drawastickman.com/ (A paid iOs app, but free in Android)
Animate Me for Kids - Free iOs
Stop Motion Studio - Free iOs and Android
ScratchJnr - Free iOs and Android
Are there others you like or have used successfully with your students? Especially for Android users? Please add them to module fifteen’s discussion below.
Take a picture of a project you created, or post a sample movie to module fifteen’s discussion. What did you like about this experience? How would you modify, extend or use this experience for learners in the classroom? What might you like to try next?
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We encourage you to read through the posts of your peers and to comment/contribute where you feel a connection.
Commonsense Media Toontastic Review: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/app-reviews/toontastic
Benefits of Animation in the Classroom: https://www.fractuslearning.com/2013/12/06/animation-in-the-classroom/
Teaching with Animation Guide: http://www.animwork.dk/twa/
Animation in Education: http://www.cgpundit.com/animation-in-education/
Animating the Classroom: https://www.teachingchannel.org/blog/2016/08/26/animating-the-classroom/
Stop Motion Workshop from NFB of Canada: https://www.nfb.ca/playlist/stopmostudio/
Animate that Haiku Lesson http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/animate-that-haiku-30872.html
Additional Hour of Code Animations with Scratch: https://code.org/educate/curriculum/teacher-led