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Comments on Shawn Wheeler's Thoughts on Education & Technology: BubbleShare? Why Not?





Updated: 2011-05-23T04:28:32.160-07:00

 



Hi Shawn,I'm so glad to hear you've personally dis...

2007-03-21T22:41:00.000-07:00

Hi Shawn,
I'm so glad to hear you've personally discovered the fun and ease of BubbleShare! It's one of my favorite, free, online applications and I have found so many uses for it. You didn't mention that you can add audio to it and that makes it even more interesting. I saw some first grade examples of students telling about their latest field trip, what they learned in first grade, etc. to accompany their BubbleShare albums and they were incredible. What parent wouldn't want to see/hear them over and over. :-) I found these examples on Kathy Cassidy's grade one blog: http://news.mjsd1.ca/~kcassidy/cassidyhome.html

One of the things I love about BubbleShare is that it saves me from uploading memory-intensive photos on my web pages because all I have to do is copy/paste the html code provided by BubbleShare and let them store the photos. :-)

I used BubbleShare to create an album of a neighborhood potluck-BlockWatch event. I was able to capture the highlights through text, photos and voice. There are so many things you can do with it! I'm glad you decided to share your experiences with it on your blog. Thanks.
Peggy