Resources - iMovie, YouTube and Videolicious
iMovie is an easy to use, touch based, video editing app for iPad. It allows the user to create professional looking movies, incorporating video, photos, music, and sound effects. You can also create realistic movie trailersEducational Applications:
Digital Storytelling (scriptwriting and storyboarding)
Recording special educational events
Create Short Documentaries/Tutorials
Capture and Assess Oral Readings
Create and Record a Newstory
Create a Movie About Proper Classroom Behavior
Create a Book Trailer
Create a Techno-Tale (digitally told story)
YouTube - Google owns YouTube so your district user account will also allow you to login to your YouTube account. Create your own channel and upload student work. See video below for information on making student work private.
Videolicious - great videos in seconds! Create student projects on the iPad, upload to YouTube and you can create a playlist to share with others. It's a great way for students to share what they have learned. Students can record themselves and cut to a series of images and videos. Background music is also available to add even more interest to the vidoe. The free version has a limit of 60 seconds per video.
Short documentary or "news clip"
Field trip documentation
Public service annoucements
Science lab recaps
An introduction to your classroom from former students (open house)
PhotoSync - use photosync to move pictures from one device to another (you can purchase this app in the App Store)
Example - pictures saved to a network drive moved to an iPad
Both devices have to be on the same wireless network to make it work, but it is easy to use and requires no training.