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Stop Repeating Yourself: Create Easy Student Instructional Guides

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Do you feel as though you are constantly repeating instructions, or are there certain guidelines or processes you'd like to document? This webinar will explore Snapguide, a free social tool that can be used with an iPhone, iPad, or Web service to easily create how-to guides using pictures and text. Join Kim Munoz as she demonstrates how easy it is to use and shares examples of how you can use this free tool in your classroom. Whether you want to create instructions for a project, help your staff troubleshoot a new technology tool, provide instruction while out, or explain something else - Snapguide offers nearly endless possibilities!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Tuesday, August 30, 2016 @ 5:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Differentiated Learning, Digital Media, Mobile Learning
Tags: how-to guides, instructional guides, iPads, mobile learning, Snapguide, substitute instructions

Reviews (59)

Full Member
Wow, VERY useful, I need to do this more often!
Full Member
Great ideas for creating how to guides.
Full Member
Snapguide seems like a great resource. I look forward to trying it in the future.
Full Member
Helpful - thanks!
Full Member
A super resource! Thanks.
Full Member
I would like to try some of the ideas in my room....wish me luck
I look forward to trying this out to see if it would be something I could use in my First Grade classroom. I can see the possibilities in sharing more information connected with the science units we are studying.
Full Member
This seems like a great resource to support expository writing... especially the technical writing skills taught in the higher grades.
Full Member
I can see this being used in upper grades easily.
Full Member
This would be great for gifted classes or higher levels. I don't think a second grade class would benefit from this.
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