Stop Motion Animation at Ingraham High School

Stop motion animation has always been one of my favorite activities with the iPads and with the majority of my time in classrooms spent using our iPads for microscopy, it’s a welcome change to study mitosis, or in this case, environmental science with a little old fashioned claymation!

Ingrid Dinter and her students gave us just that.  Her students took a good part of a week studying and working with the iPads to create some great projects on environmental science!  Using the app iMotion, a little bit of Play-Doh, and a lot bit of creativity, her students were able to create some fantastic short films about endangered species and habitats they are being destroyed by humans.

This creative outlet gives students a chance to bring other talents and experience into the science classroom and can have some great results.  Ingrid used these videos as a way to have the students teach each other!  What a great project!

 

 

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