Discovering new educational technology apps that propel teachers’ and students’ knowledge while fostering creativity never gets old. You know what I mean. Apps that make you scramble for a notepad and pen or apps that induce thumbing away on your smartphone. Either way, they are noteworthy. It is not unlike witnessing Michael Jordan demonstrate mastery of a sport through his gravity-defying aerodynamics or Bradley Cooper morph from a carefree bachelor in one movie to a calm and calculated sniper in his latest reel. Try to tell me those two walking epitomes of awe are not worthy of scratching out a few notes, and I’ll tell you to quit throwing water on my leg while telling me it is raining.
Talent and possibilities, whether in sports, cinemas, or educational technology, will always warrant a deeper inspection.
One such promising app, one definitely noteworthy, is MoveNote. Let’s take a look.
MoveNote: The Connected Google Drive App
MoveNote: The Smartphone App
A Sample MoveNote
MoveNote Via G-Mail
- Deliver a literary analysis by “becoming” the characters through acting and props.
- Demonstrate mastery of any subject by performing a parody or an original song.
- Clarify a viewpoint by professorially guiding the audience through all evidence.
- Educate all viewers by producing a “how-to” video and picture tutorial. To teach is to learn, right?
- Exemplify a mature and respectful debate by having both contestants verbally battle nose-to-nose while a neutral member pushes slide after slide.
How will you and your students use MoveNote? Please share your ideas in the comments section below. Believe me… I will be taking notes.
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