“Promoting an Idea” with Adobe Voice

voice.001Mrs. Perry’s class worked on “Promoting an Idea” using the free iOS app, Adobe Voice. This app allows students to focus on the spoken content of their video rather than the visual. The icons in Adobe Voice are automatically credited at the end of the slide show. Students paired up to discuss an idea and worked together to write their script.

Adobe Voice has a prompt for each slide. Example:  “What problem does the audience or who you’re helping struggle with today?” The students’ enthusiasm in using their own ideas was inspiring.

Click below to view students’ work products:

Teaching with Movies

Letters to Children’s Hospital

Embrace Kindness

New iOS Accessibility Book

Please download our new book on iOS Accessibility!

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4th Grade iPad Pilot

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Our fourth graders have led the way with our technology transition by piloting 1:1 iPad Minis in their classrooms. They have been hard at work creating iMovies, mind maps, eBooks and more!

The students have really taken off and expressed their creative sides by designing their own eBooks with the Book Creator app for iPad. In Mrs. Wheelock’s class, students researched a unique endangered animal and put their discoveries together into ebooks that included images, video with picture-in-picture and even customized drawings. In Mrs. Bald’s class, students did a similar project all about spiders! You can view and download the students’ creations on your iPhone, iPod or iPad by visiting our iTunes U collection. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.

Jenny Grabiec
Director of Instructional Technology