Happy Tuesday! I have officially been back to work for two days. We have Open House on Thursday, and then the kids come back on Monday. I'm not sure which I am more nervous about: starting a new school year or my daughter starting kindergarten! I have concerns, but I will save those for another post. Nothing is more humbling than being a parent.
Today I am doing my Tech Tool Tuesday, which I will also link up to Technology Tool Tuesday on Blog Hoppin'.
I was excited to learn a new trick to Photo Booth when I went to Discovery Communications this summer (home to Discovery Education). Students can put themselves into an image or video with just a few simple steps!
First, have your students find a picture or video that they can use. I downloaded a picture of fireworks behind Mount Rushmore from the many images that are available in Discovery Education.
Then click on the camera timer to take your picture. You may have to do a few trial pictures to make sure that you can see enough of the background. It also won't work if there is too much movement behind you.
This can be a lot of fun for students. What are some ways that you would use this with your class?