|Rating|| 3.00 / 5|
|iTunes Link||Screen Chomp|
Share a great idea… Explain a tricky concept… Help kids with their homework…
ScreenChomp for iPad helps you do it all.
A simple doodling board, markers, and one-click sharing tools make spreading your ideas and know-how easy and fun!
Just – Record It. Sketch It. Share It. – to create a sharable, replay-able video that tells your story clearly.
1. Touch RECORD to capture your touch interactions and audio instructions on a plain background, or an image from your iPad camera roll.
2. SKETCH out your ideas and talk the viewer through the “how” and “why” of it all.
3. Stop and SHARE your video snack to ScreenChomp.com to generate a simple web link you can paste anywhere.
Why share to ScreenChomp.com? Because…
… it serves up a short URL that’s easy to share anywhere.
… you can download your video as an MPEG-4 file.
… there’s a Twitter sharing button.
… there’s no account to manage. Just post and go (perfect for schools and teachers)!
Users at every skill level can create bite-sized teaching morsels they can share online, again and again, with this delectable app.
STUDENTS: Help each other with homework and work together on projects.
TEACHERS: Tutor kids while away from school, or record a few tips to send home with them.
MENTORS: Tutor youngsters from afar, without buying desktop recording software.
KIDS: Share doodles and ideas with friends.
Some of the most innovative teachers helped create ScreenChomp with learning and idea-sharing in mind. Here’s what some of them had to say:
Eric Marcos – Lincoln Elementary Math Teacher
“With just an iPad and the ScreenChomp app, everyone can create on-the-go tutorials, mathcasts, or any sort of screencast. It makes screencasting a portable option – no wonky hardware necessary.”
Randy Micallef – 8th Grade Math Teacher
“ScreenChomp will help students review ideas, and it will help me have more consistent interactions with each student. I’ll also have a way to re-assess and re-test a student’s understanding of specific concepts, and keep a record of those interactions through captures.”