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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Go! Animate4School

Browsing through the web, I found a interesting tool. Go! Animate4Schools is the tool I found interesting. What Go! Animate4Schools allows you to create is an animation of something you learn in a classroom. I found it interesting because as a future teacher, I can share this with my collaeges and students. Go! Animate4Schools complements your teaching. For example, intergrating design principles into animation. I will go to the program Go! Animate4Schools and register. Shortly after registering, the person in charge of the program will send you a quote. Once you receive the quote, your animation of your lesson about intergrating design principles will be animated into a summary of you lesson. Students will put learning into Go! Animated4Schools, as well as sharing their practices and experience. However, this can be a long process if should do not remember the lesson. Some viewers would believe this is the easy way out of exactly teaching students in classrooms, but I believe this is a good way of reviewing your lesson. For example, it turns the lesson into a cartoon animation that a child will watch. Also, it allow student to get involved and give feedback. Last but not least, it puts the word FUN into learning.

CHECK OUT THE VIDEO. THE VIDEO GIVES A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF GO! ANIMATED4SCHOOLS

GoAnimate4Schools.com: Design Principles and GoAnimate by Steve Moore

Like it? Create your own at GoAnimate4Schools. It's free and fun!

2 comments:

  1. This is a good way to relate to students who may learn in a different way. Not all students can learn in the same way, so it is great that tools are out there to incorporate into lessons. I think this is not the easy way out because it takes time and effort to create these animations.

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  2. That's what I was thinking. I'm glad you agree with me because I will be using this as a future teacher

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