Thursday, June 30, 2011
PPP's stands for Pupil Progress Presentations. My class were very keen on the idea of putting the iPods to the test - the children recorded themselves (and each other) displaying PE skills, reading fluency, mathematical problem solving, along with anything else that was of value to show their parents when they were sharing their learning. The children were able to use the iMovie app on the iPods which allowed them to edit and publish. They also used the voice recorder to read their writing and turn it into a podcast. This is an excellent tool to use for those children who are not keen publishers or skilled typists. What is it that we really want to achieve? I believe that their writing should be shared orally so that I can hear the expression, intonation and fluency. There should be a balance in publishing work for the classroom environment (for other children to read) and orally presenting work for other children to listen to. Many children uploaded these movies and podcasts to their digital portfolio.
Posted by Rochelle at 6:49 PM