Resources for K-2 Building Bridges to Tomorrow

Let's use this page to share ideas and tools and resources as we work through the project.

SMACKDOWN

Wall Wisher
Kid Blog
Audioboo
Storybird
Using blogs for digital portfolios - Class Blogmeister
Edmodo
E-Pub research
My E-Book
http://simplebooklet.com Very simple to use.
You can select different templates or create your own. You can insert
pictures from your computer, Flickr or picassa. You can add text. You
can add music with audio embed code and I tried using vocarroo and it
worked. You can add video and other cute stuff. Also you can publish
your booklet through a link, embed code, twitter and more.
Might work for our group, still checking other options.
Blabblerize.com

Voki
Zooburst
Youblisher - Betsy's students created a tutorial screencast
Little Bird Tales
Glogster
Kerpoof


iPad resources
iPads at BISS
Collaborative class e-Book - Langwitches
iPad lessons
iPads and Learning
iPads in Education
Just iPadding Along


From a group member's resources....
EPub resources
ebooks: http://sites.google.com/site/richardbyrnepdsite/ebooks-and-audiobooks/create-your-own-ebooks

iBooks Author

Publishing with iBooks Author - Scoop.it

Permission slip example
http://tinyurl.com/7yd3jkj

Portals
Technology in Early Years Scoop.IT

Other suggestions
http://www.2simple.com/
http://www.purplemash.com/

Handshake - Using iTouch apps (Group 5)
Mrs. Sharoff's Class - Handshake
The images were taken with an iTouch using the WordFoto app, then transferred to PicasaWeb Albums using the PhotoSender app. The images were then uploaded to the Jigsaw Planet website.
Word Foto app -
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wordfoto/id414002091?mt=8
PhotoSender app -
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photo-sender-share-multi-photos/id436679744?mt=8
JigSaw Planet website -
http://www.jigsawplanet.com/


http://www.kerpoof.com/

http://www.edmodo.com/


Donna Ryan's Handshake (Group 6)
We found the images of Washington, D.C. on the internet and opened them in iMovie. We connected the video camera directly to the laptop, and recorded our students' descriptions in front of a green screen. We simply dragged the video over top of the image, and selected green screen from the menu that appears. Be sure the length of the picture is as long as the video. We added the introduction and transitions also using iMovie. We uploaded the video to vimeo to share.

KR HANDSHAKE