Tellagami for Story Telling

27 Feb

There are so many great screencasting apps that I use in my classroom.  Tellagami is a fantastic free iPad app takes it to another level by allowing users to create their own avatars and place themselves anywhere they’d like (I’m “standing” in my classroom now.)  If you’re flipping your classroom, leaving a message for students to play when you’re pulled out for a meeting, or just looking to start off a lesson in a new way, you have to try Tellagami.

Check out my Common Core aligned lesson plan using this app in the classroom!

Use this app with my Common Core aligned lesson plan for the iPad camera!

Watch my post!

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This app is also available on Android devices.

12 Responses to “Tellagami for Story Telling”

  1. Lisa A April 10, 2013 at 1:12 PM #

    Our students just finished their Civil War projects created with Tellagami! They placed their avatars in a Civil War Battlefield and became on the scene reporters/journalists describing the battle. With only 30 seconds to record, it made them focus on just the important facts.

  2. mburns7 April 11, 2013 at 11:52 AM #

    That’s fantastic, what a great lesson idea! Thank you for sharing :)

  3. Viv May 10, 2013 at 8:31 PM #

    Thanks so much for sharing this idea, as a tech specialist teacher where time is precious – one lesson for 45 mins per week, this is a great idea for intros, hints and tips etc. Im going to post them on the students Moodle pages.

  4. mburns7 May 12, 2013 at 1:51 PM #

    Fantastic!

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