Technology education

hAPPdays – draw-n-show


I love this app. I like to draw and doodle so this one is a must for me. You can create little drawings which you can video the creation of and then send them out to your camera roll. From there you could put them together with iMovie or just send them out through emails or lesson tutorials, etc.

Lesson Ideas (off the top of my head)


Quick visual – put the main point of the lesson in a visual
Jigsaw tasks – summarise the main points
Barrier games
Art – observational drawing – remove the object and then draw what you saw


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This entry was posted on November 18, 2012 by in Apps for Learning.
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