Second Graders Use Adobe Voice for Social Studies Presentations

As part of their social studies unit, the Woodland second graders have been focusing on concepts related to rules and consequences and good vs. poor choices. This afternoon in the AT&T Classroom the second graders learned to use Adobe Voice to create digital presentations to share what they have learned about the topic.  Adobe Voice is a free iPad app that allows a user to record their voice, import pictures, and write text to create a short  story or presentation in the form of a video. The Adobe platform offers access to a huge gallery of more than 25,000 image, icons, and music tracks that can be inserted into the project. Completed projects can be published online via the Adobe platform and shared via email using the project URL. This afternoon each student was paired with a partner to begin working on the layout and the written text of their presentations.