This year we have a brand new junior high and high school science teacher. Her name is Hailey Beneke and she graduated from the University of Northern Iowa. From day one, Hailey has been motivated and excited to try new things and integrate technology into the science curriculum.
A couple of weeks ago, Hailey came to me with a question about inserting PDF's into FlipSnack. FlipSnack is a Web 2.0 tool that I came across at the beginning of the school year. It lets one turn PDF documents into Flash page flip digital publications. Once your FlipSnack is created it can be shared online and even embedded into a website or blog.
Hailey had her 7th graders create FlipSnack's about cells. They created their pages first using Tux Paint, a free online drawing program that our students have on their MacBooks. Once their pages were created, the students took a screen shot and saved the pages as a PDF ready to use in FlipSnack.
Here are a few of the FlipSnacks her students created.....
Thank you for sharing these with me, Hailey. Our students are lucky to have such an ambitious, creative new teacher.