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iPad in Education For Dummies by Sam Gliksman

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Chapter 18

Releasing Your Inner Artist

In This Chapter

arrow Teaching younger students how to draw

arrow Creating “Doodlecast” narrated illustrations

arrow Producing stop-motion animation

arrow Taking simple time lapse photography

arrow Using Brushes to produce more complex art

The iPad and tablet computing in general progressed rapidly from simple media consumption devices to devices that enable content creation and sharing. One of the areas where that’s most evident is in the development of apps for producing different forms of art and media.

Several sections in the book are devoted to the topic of digital storytelling. In this chapter, you’re going to break out your virtual painting smocks and get your fingers dirty creating art. Also, don’t assume that art is limited to that hour or two a week that kids go to their art lesson. Most traditional academic disciplines have artificial boundaries. They cross over and have relevance in other subject areas as well. Art can be used effectively in English literature, ...

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