How to Create Captivating Images for Your TinyTap Activities

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By Moses Sia   One concern when introducing screens in learning is that young learners will lose touch with real things and only deal with the virtual and digital. The two are not mutually exclusive. Instead, when paired well, digital tools enrich the learning experience.   Using TinyTap, instead of using digital illustrations, I have used sketches, collages and real objects.     I have attempted to create a sample of what it might look like in An ABC Meal, a … Read More

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16 ways to use TinyTap in 2016

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TinyTap’s 2016 New Year’s Resolution is to empower educators of all subjects & all languages.  

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6 Ways to Brighten Your Holidays with TinyTap

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By Ellen Weber   Whether you are looking for a different kind of gift, a way to express your own passions, a new interactive lesson for your class, or a unique way to impress someone, TinyTap can fit the bill! Here are six ways TinyTap can fulfill some of your holiday needs.   1. Collect favorite holiday recipes from friends, family, or co-workers, and create a holiday cookbook to share with everyone on your gift list.   2. Gather old family … Read More

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National Week of Making 2015

In honor of the National Week of Making, TinyTap wants to improve your creation experience. All week long, we are taking requests of what to add to our collection of video tutorials. Stop scratching your head, wondering ‘How can I edit the text in my game?‘ ‘Can I get updates for each lesson my colleague creates in real-time?‘ or ‘How can I share my finished lesson?‘ Ask and you shall receive!   Tweet your request to @TinyTapit and receive your mini video tutorial within 24 … Read More

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