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  • Mix some music or record a podcast.

    Think of some audio content you would like to record or music you would like to mix.

    Choose a free or inexpensive tool like Loopy HD, Audioboom, Vocaroo, Audacity, Garageband or something else.

    Work with your colleagues to record and share your audio with Curtis and with one other colleague.

    Monday, March 23, 15

  • Gamify an upcoming activity or quiz.

    Think of an upcoming quiz or survey you would like to do with students.

    Use Kahoot, Socrative, Classtools.nets Video Game Templates or another similar tool to turn the quiz or activity into a gamified activity.

    Work with your colleagues to record and share your quiz with Curtis and with one other colleague.

    Monday, March 23, 15

  • Create a short video that introduces or summarizes

    content. Identify a topic that you

    would like to introduce to students or an assessment that asks students to demonstrate understanding.

    Use the video camera on your phone, ipad or laptop to film a short puppet show, skit, song or paperslide video.

    Work with your colleagues to record and share your video with Curtis and with one other colleague.

    Monday, March 23, 15

  • Create an infographic or nonlinguistic representation.

    Think of a concept you have coming up in class in the next three weeks in where students could create a chart, infographic or nonlinguistic representation.

    Use Easl.ey, Paint, Pixlr, SumoPaint, Gimp, Google Drawing, Microsoft Word or Powerpoint to create a graphic or nonlinguistic representation.

    Share your final image with one other colleague and with Curtis.

    Monday, March 23, 15

  • Create an interactive video lesson.

    Think of an upcoming lesson that could might utilize an interactive video.

    Use Zaption (simple) or TouchCast (more challenging) to create an activity that incorporates video, questions, and other activities.

    Share your activity with one other colleague and with Curtis.

    Monday, March 23, 15

  • Create an animation or short stop-motion.

    Think of a concept, process or summative assignment coming up that could take the form of stop-motion or animation.

    Use GIFPAL, iMotion,Lego Movie Maker or another animation tool to create a short animation or stop-motion movie.

    Share your final project with one other colleague and with Curtis.

    Monday, March 23, 15

  • Create a 3D model.

    Think of some sort of modeling or design activity that could take place in a 3-Dimensional space.

    Use Minecraft, TinkerCAD, LegoBuild for Chrome, 123D Sculpt, 123D Creature,Blocks Ex or another tool to create a 3D object or scene.

    Share your 3D creation with one other colleague and with Curtis.

    Monday, March 23, 15

  • Create a Digital Story

    Think of an upcoming activity that could take the form of a digital story.

    Use an app or website like Blabberize, Voki, Educreations, Puppet Pals, Adobe Voice, Storehouse, Our Story or another tool to create a 3D object or scene.

    Share your digital story with one other colleague and with Curtis.

    Monday, March 23, 15

  • Create an Interactive Map or Timeline

    Think of an upcoming activity that could be enhanced by an interactive map or timeline.

    Use Thinglink, Pictochart, or marQueed to create an interactive map.

    Use MyHistro, Dipity, or TimeGlider to create an interactive timeline.

    Share your project one other colleague and with Curtis.

    Monday, March 23, 15

  • Surprise me!

    Using the principles we have discussed today, try to enhance one of your upcoming activities using a tool that has not be discussed yet today.

    Use that one tool that you have heard of...but never have had enough time to try out.

    Share your final project with one other colleague and with Curtis.

    Monday, March 23, 15