How to use iPhone photography in lessons

11/21/2013 | T.H.E. Journal

Teachers can use iPhone cameras as a part of classroom lessons, including by starting with lessons on basic photography and technology skills, said Nicole Dalesio, a fourth-grade teacher in California. Dalesio recommends teachers take students outside to explore photography and integrating images with writing to develop digital story-telling skills. So-called "iPhotography" also can be used to help students learn geometric shapes and math, she said.

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