This is the sixth of sixteen entries in the 2014 DEN March Madness Challenge. Explore these posts each day so you stay up to date of each entry in this year’s challenge. Read why this entry was nominated and how it can be used in the classroom. In addition, you’ll probably see an example of the tool in action.
ENTRY #6 – Tellegami
Tellagami is our sixth entry in DEN March Madness. DEN STARs Barbara De Santis and Rita Mortenson nominated this fun app, available for both iOS and Android. Rita thinks this is a really cool mobile app that you can use to animate a little story. It can be used for all sorts of cool purposes with Discovery Education content. In addition, students could explain and animate a lot of science concepts, math equations and more. This allows for a great deal of creativity. Barbara has students use a photo from Discovery Education and make it the background for your tellagami. Need a place to house your Tellagami? Import it into DE BoardBuilder. Barbara has had students make one (or many) Tellagamis to put in their boards. Here’s an example.
Looking for a Tellagami tutorial for teachers? Watch this one below.
Stay tuned to the DEN Blogs as we continue to share the entries for this year’s DEN March Madness. If you have a favorite tool to use with Discovery Education content, let us know. What are some of the tools you use with Discovery Education content? What do you use to create, share, teach, curate, mashup, and learn with?