Over the past couple of years, I have downloaded and tried various apps to see what they did, how they worked and if they would be good for the class. Last night, while watching the two towers, I wondered if I could produce things using two or more apps. Things like posters or assignments?
So last night, I created a couple different posters using SAS Gloss and Zoodle Comics. I wondered if I could do something like this so I played a bit.
I picture a series of these that I might use in a stop motion animation or put them into a video and record voices over the text.
Once I've done it, I figure I can show it to my students so they know what I'm am asking them to do. Then they can select a project to complete and they have an idea of ways to complete the project.
The second one uses Desmos and SAS Gloss. I used Desmos to graph y = x^2 +1. I snapped a screen shot, then imported it into SAS Gloss. I added the text and the hand written notes to the picture. At that point, I took another screen shot and voila. I have an annotated graph I can use in a mini poster, a comic, a book or anything else.
Now that I know I can take screen shots and annotate them using SAS Gloss, I am wondering if I can do this with problems, etc. So over the weekend I want to check out working on problems and showing their work with me or each other.