Is this true? I think there are many apps already that support creativity, creation, co-creation and higher-order thinking skills.
"An ongoing theme in my classroom is to make your learning visible. My students are in grade 1 and 2, and they already know that they have a huge audience on their personal blogs. We talk about who and why they are creating videos about the content we are learning in class. My students want to teach other students and peers about what they are learning about. It is also a great assessment piece for me, however, they don't see me as their audience anymore. My students now feel a sense of accomplishment and purpose for what they are doing. I'm sure they always did, however not to this magnitude. "
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