Press And Mentions: Review Of GoAnimate For Schools

Logo via Graphite.org
Logo via Graphite.org

Welcome to Press And Mentions, a new series on Educator Experiences. Here, we show off some of our favorite mentions from around the web that feature GoAnimate for Schools and educational uses of our popular consumer site, GoAnimate.com, out in the wild!

Today we want to share a great review on Graphite by Mary Beth Hertz.

See a snippet here:

GoAnimate for Schools can support a variety of classroom needs. Students can use GoAnimate to put their writing into action, re-recreate an ending to a novel, create an historical scene between two stakeholders in a period of history they are learning about, teach others about a concept they are learning in class, or as a presentation tool. English language learners can demonstrate their mastery of English by recording a scene in English with their own voice. This can also be a way for kids with disabilities, who may not be able to type, to still successfully show what they know to an audience.

-Mary Beth Hertz, Graphite, August 13, 2013

To read all of Mary Beth’s post, please visit http://ow.ly/o8xXY.

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