Creating eBooks in the Classroom
A class teacher describes how he uses Book Creator to create ebooks. This resource helps to support Literacy, Problem solving, Music and Art in his classroom and created content can be shared on iTunes or the school blog. Royalty free images are sourced using Creative Commons: www.creativecommons.org.
A class teacher describes how he uses Book Creator to create ebooks. This platform helps to support the pupils in creating a digital textbook that can be shared again and again with other pupils. Literacy, problem solving, music and art skills are all targeted in this lesson. All created content can be shared on iTunes or the school blog. Royalty free images are sourced using Creative Commons.
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Digital Learning Framework
This video supports the following statements of the Digital Learning Framework (DLF):
Teaching & Learning (1. Learner Outcomes)
- 1.1 Pupils use appropriate digital technologies to foster active, creative and critical engagement in attaining challenging learning outcomes.
Teaching & Learning (2. Learner Experiences)
- 2.2 Pupils grow as learners through respectful interactions and experiences that are challenging and supportive.
Digital interactions, among pupils and between pupils and teachers, are respectful and positive, and conducive to well-being.
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