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Using Vine is something I can

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Using Vine is something I can use with my lower and upper grade studnets. I am so excited that this a tool that is user friendly and will engage and allow my students to reach the nest level of their creativity and learning. We do novels every six weeks and using VIne is something I very much would like to add to our projects. There are endless possiblities that I will be able to put Vine too. Thank you so much for posting and finding teh resources.

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Thanks for posting, Aren! I'm

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Thanks for posting, Aren! I'm so glad you found these ideas and resources useful. I had a great time compiling this list and I really feel like the examples out there will just get better and better as more teachers experiment with fun ways to try out Vine and Instagram. Feel free to come back and share some of your own productions once you get into it! Best of luck!

I LOVE THIS. I have a

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I LOVE THIS. I have a personal Instagram, but I've also created an Instagram for my classroom. I teach Advanced Academics for K-6th grade and was hoping to incorporate the digital media with my older students. Unfortunately, not many students already had their own Instagram accounts. I am encouraging students to create one, but I understand that the parents play a huge role in this. If I can show them how this tool can be incorporated into their child's education in a fun and meaningful way, I am likely to have a greater response. This article showcases great examples that can easily be adapted to fit into my classroom as a tool to highlight some fabulous things the kids are already doing. Thanks for sharing!

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