Apple Clips is a neat free video-creation app for iPad or iPhone. It lets you quickly combine text, music, graphics, recorded voice, images, and animations to create videos with ease. So if you are trying to find a way to explain a topic or a teaching point then you might find Apple Clips a handy way to create a visually engaging video. The inclusion of inbuilt graphics such as arrows, finger pointers and many more adaptable images make this really easy to highlight parts of photographs or video clips with explanatory text or spoken voice.
Likewise if learners in your classroom are trying to demonstrate their understanding of a topic being studied then this app can provide a great means for learners to illustrate their understanding of concepts.
The video below by Kristen Brooks uses Apple Clips app itself to provide a quick how-to guide, as well as an illustration of the app in use, to getting started creating a video using Apple Clips
🎬Want to use the #classroomclips app to teach your students how to create “Show what you know through a video” projects? This tutorial is for you! @AppleEDU @Mattbaier1234 #EveryoneCanCreate #ForTheLoveOfLearning #AppleClips #AppleEduChat #iPadED #appleteacher #ADEdu pic.twitter.com/l6sIw3Vh6B
— Kristen Brooks (@KristenBrooks77) March 31, 2018
Check out new Clips updates like additional Live Titles, labels, and stickers. Create animated title cards using new education-themed posters with blackboard and notebook designs. Start making #ClassroomClips using the #EveryoneCanCreate Teacher Guide. https://t.co/Sqt1ev5g0k pic.twitter.com/kyVTa6Amss
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