At the Think.Create.Share conference at CSUF in May I was introduced to Paper 53. As a prolific doodler, this app was made for me. I love doing picture notes with my students but it’s hard to wait for them to finish their drawings. After all there’s only so many instructional minutes within a traditional class period. But with great apps like Educreations & Paper 53, I can record a flipped lesson which lets me doodle to my heart’s content but without the waiting. And then our class time can be better utilized for something more interactive.
My only wish is that Paper 53’s multiple writing tools were free as well. But since I work at a public school, I’ll gladly take free apps. =) Free = good.