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15 Free Apps to Use in Art, Music, and Physical Education

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Whether they are taught as separate classes or incorporated into general classroom instruction, Art, Music, and Physical Education help to develop creativity, physical well-being, and other key skills that are essential to student success. And just as tablets and mobile apps are becoming commonplace in many core subjects, they can be easily integrated into elective curriculum as well. Join Lauren Boucher as she explores 15 free apps to spark engagement and motivation in Art, Music, and PE. In addition to sharing a variety of apps, Lauren will also discuss lesson and project ideas for each.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, August 16, 2017 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Mobile Learning Intermediate
Tags: art, mobile apps, mobile learning, music, PE, physical education

Reviews (41)

Full Member
Great information. Would love to view an update webinar for the same subject areas (Art, Music and PE). Thank you!
Thank you!
Very informing!
Basic Member
Thank you!
Basic Member
As a MS and HS Choir Teacher, this was a very helpful webinar! Thank you!
Basic Member
Many sites I was not aware of, glad most are free* Thank you
Basic Member
I'm a HS Music Teacher. This was a helpful overview of more than 15 apps. Something for everyone in here.

During the webinar, I had a Project idea: listen to a piece of music. Create a list of keywords that come to mind. Use keywords to search internet for images. Then use the Quiver, hopscotch, sketchbook, or Aviary other apps to manipulate the image. Then create a meme, story, or class project.

I teach special needs and the stoppola android or Stop Motion Studio iOs sounds like it could be helpful to create movement vocabular, then put those individual movements into a sequenced movement series.

Seesaw was already on my list of apps to explore, so I'll be looking on SimpleK12 for some sessions on how to use that for my music classroom.
Nice work
Thank you, good information.
Full Member
The P.E. areas were particularly relevant for me! Thanks for an informative webinar!
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