Using a Green Screen to Demonstrate Learning
We have so many ways for students to demonstrate learning. Often we ask them to present their understanding using tools such as PowerPoint, Prezi, posters, or other 3-D visuals. Students may have even started creating movies using their iPads and iMovie. Now we can add another tool to our box, the green screen app.
By using a green screen app, one can place their subjects into virtual backgrounds, animate digital backdrops, or transport them to another place and time. You can even shrink or grow the subject or make it fly.
Green screen photography and videos have so many possibilities for the classroom! Here are just some possibilities:
Green Screen by Do Ink is a green screen app to add to your toolbox. Are you interested in seeing how it is working in the classroom? Check out Do Ink's Twitter feed!
I am a Digital Learning Coach by title, but lifelong learner by practice. An Apple Teacher, Google Certified Educator and Microsoft Innovative Educator, my goal is to assist educators in investigating, exploring, and investigating resources to embed in their instruction. I also hope to be a part of their journey toward an innovative and transformative practice that empowers learners and strengthens their own craftsmanship. I spends my free time with my family, my dogs and a good cup of coffee.