One of the most transformative attributes of digital technology is how it allows students to represent their understanding in a number of different ways.
- Audacity. Audacity is a free, open-source program for recording and editing sounds. Kids can't download but teachers can.
- Google Drive. Google Drive allows users to create and share documents, spreadsheets, etc.
- Gimp. A free program that works like Photoshop. Students can't download at school, but it would be a way they could work on image manipulation at home.
- Aviary. A photo editor for iOS like iPads and iPhones.
- Aurasma. An augmented reality app for iPad. When you scan an Aurasma physical poster with the Aurasma app, you can view multimedia on your iPad. Pretty cool.
- GoAnimate. Create amazing animated videos! Free account requires a sign up and lets you create two minutes of video.
- Voicethread. Web-based presentation tool to allow you to combine video, images, and your voice.