I have to admit I’ve been frittering away time on Aurasma, thanks to the talented Russian teacher from Thunder Mountain in Juneau, Alaska.
I’m going to be gone during our parent conferences while visiting family next week, so I’m making a little photo essay of my students. You can see one result if you follow these somewhat tricky instructions and point them at the picture. (You must have an iPhone or tablet.)
1. Download Aurasma.
2. Join it.
3. Go to your browser and type this link in: http://auras.ma/s/QypVh
I’ve been taking a long time to learn this, and I gather that Aurasma itself is having growing pains, so haven’t been able to be totally creative. My advanced kids are having arguments in pictures, and the others are mostly telling stories or introducing characters. One set of kids is singing. I might have a class do some TPR as well. These first-year guys had just a few minutes to figure out how to introduce a character. (In case you didn’t hear, it’s a seven-year-old Batman.)