Screen Chomp for iPad is a recordable whiteboard (in a previous post I mentioned ShowMe a similar app). Screen Chomp is more intuitive- my 7 yr old was recording a birthday greeting in moments for his uncle.
Use it for assessments, send home homework and instructions to a sick student, record your lesson and play it on the board while you circulate and help students.
As of today it was free, so go get it!
click here >>> for a Screen Chomp recording of me playing with it!
Using technology in meaningful, developmentally appropriate ways to make learning come alive and differentiate instruction so that all students achieve. I hope this blog is helpful to anyone utilizing technology with children. If you have found it useful, I appreciate you letting me know and sharing with others.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Screen Chomp recordable whiteboard app
Posted by DigitalKindergarten
Labels: app, interactive whiteboards
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Aloha Sue! Thank you for your dedication to technology in education. I can't wait to try Screen Chomp in my classroom! Smiles, VictoriaReplyDelete
Great blog - thanks for sharing so many fantastic ideas! :)
I'm currently looking for ways to create short videos to show parents the maths strategies that we use in the classroom (and thinking that screen chomp may be the solution). I couldn't see an option for sharing though - can you tell me how you embedded it onto your blog? Do you have any other suggestions for tools for creating videos that are easily embedded?
Thanks so much,