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Moblie Learning by Mind Map: Moblie Learning

1. Storyline Online

1.1. Strengths

1.1.1. Keep them interested in the subject

1.1.2. Have story read allowed

1.1.2.1. Read by celebrities

1.1.2.1.1. might interest students more

1.1.3. Can still follow along while being read to

1.1.4. Wide range of books

1.2. Weakness

1.2.1. Lower level literacy books

1.2.2. Not every wants story read aloud

1.2.3. Not having enough electronics in school

1.2.3.1. Might not have access at home

2. Toontastic

2.1. Create short stories on their own

2.1.1. Strengths

2.1.1.1. Can use imagination

2.1.1.2. Learn about components of a story

2.1.1.2.1. Make their own characters, plot, background, etc

2.1.1.3. Suitable for literacy classes

2.1.2. Weaknesses

2.1.2.1. You need iTunes account

3. EDpuzzle

3.1. Effective way to show videos through lesson in classroom and at home

3.1.1. Strengths

3.1.1.1. Can be used in any subject

3.1.1.2. Students have to be engaged in the video to answer the question correctly

3.1.1.3. You can log in at home

3.1.1.4. Eco-friendly

3.1.1.4.1. Reduces paper waste

3.1.2. Weaknesses

3.1.2.1. Might not have access to the internet at home

4. Google Expedition

4.1. Brings lessons to life

4.1.1. Strengths

4.1.1.1. Students can virtually explore places you might not be able to take on a field trip

4.1.1.1.1. Augmented reality

4.1.1.1.2. Virtual field trips

4.1.2. Weaknesses

4.1.2.1. Cost money to have the "full"experience

4.2. Can be used in: social studies/ history, science, and geography

5. Flipgrid

5.1. Interactive way to share a topic by recording and posting online

5.1.1. Strengths

5.1.1.1. You can use it in all subject areas

5.1.1.2. Don't have to show your face if your not comfortable

5.1.1.3. Interactive with peers

5.1.1.4. Quick videos: 45 seconds

5.1.2. Weaknesses

5.1.2.1. Might not have access to electronics at home