Visualize Learning with Photo Challenges and Projects

“Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second.”
– Marc Riboud

Learners of all ages love taking pictures, especially with their phones. Learners can use these photos in projects, digital stories, or other learning projects to provide an authentic voice and to show the learning that is taking place all around them. You can also have learners go on photo challenges and  missions instead of assigning typical homework. Students go on a mission to take a photo that represents the learning they are doing in your class that they also see in their homes or environment. Below are slides followed by some recommended apps and web tools to help get you started getting your students to visualize their learning with photo projects and challenges. Find the bookmarks here. If you like these ideas then be sure to check out my new book published this summer with more ideas, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions in Your Classroom.

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Activities & Recommended Apps

Challenge: Try one of these ideas with your students so they visualize their learning.

If you enjoyed these ideas, you may want to get your copy of The 30 Goals for Teachers or my $5.99 ebook, Learning to Go, which has digital/mobile activities for any device and editable/printable handouts and rubrics.

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