I made the short video slideshow below that describes an experience* I had with some creativity games at the middle school level. I love how intuitive is to arrange the pictures, set the length and adjust the pan/zoom settings. Narration is equally as simple--just talk while the pictures go by. Keep what worked and do the other parts over.
I haven't used the app to record any lessons for flipped teaching yet, but it makes a portable recording studio and I can't see why it wouldn't be perfect. Cutting out a part of a clip is a swipe down to split it and a hold and drag to remove or rearrange it. Prop the iPad up to record you presentation at the board, edit and upload to YouTube. I am amazed at the power and creativity that this app allows.
I also love that songs from GarageBand (another $4.99 app that still fascinates me) are easily exported directly into iMovie. I put a simple loop in the background of the video below just to try it out.
*Two notes about the classroom experience:
- My designated camera person did a good job, but she missed all the opportunities showing the class laughed A LOT as we played!
- I will have a followup post soon about the creativity exercises I mention in the video.