EdTech: Creating content - Animation

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Animated images can provide a way into a complex idea, enliven content, engage attention, consolidate, reinforce and make learning memorable. It can reveal the impossible and invisible – the structure of an atom or how a virus attacks the body.

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5th March 2021
Emma Steward
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3rd March 2021
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5th January 2021
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28th December 2020
Rajeshwar Seepersad
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18th December 2020
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15th December 2020
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Further resources from other sites

Animaker is an alternative product to Powtoon.

A guide to animating drawings/images on Apple pages.

A guide to animation for Google Slides.

A guide to using Tellagami and review of ways to use it in learning.

A guide to using animation in Microsoft presentations.

Powtoon is a good and reliable tool for animation, with supportive back...

Educational App Store for Tellagami app for learning, includes a Teacher...

An alternative educational platform to Tellagami.

Animaker's official introductory guide to creating animated videos.

In the example, Prakash used this to teach his learners about Ocean...

In the example, Katie used this video to stimulate class discussion -...

Video tutorial on using Powtoon