These animations are the ones I have found on Twitter when looking for Brush Ninja updates. They showcase how Brush Ninja is being used in education.
For more info on how you can use Brush Ninja in education check out the teacher resources page.
On Friday, students created an animated gif depicting an element of feudalism of their choice. They loved using @BinaryMoon ‘s awesome https://t.co/AZ3iXwdL0J application. #ConsistentPersistent pic.twitter.com/10v8PMx8fe— Sara McConnell (@MissMcCStudies) April 29, 2019
Some shots of the Ss working on their projects! pic.twitter.com/kXEdJbxtYI— Sarah Hooley (@HooleySarah) February 24, 2019
Tried out a great website for 4th grade Makerspace this week. With https://t.co/QZgrVRpqwv you can build an animated gif - great results in a short time! Easy to learn, free & no account needed. 👍 from students! #brushninja #allinoxbow #ConcordPride @Concord_OX @Concord_Schools pic.twitter.com/PdjzqlV1bG— Sarah Hooley (@HooleySarah) February 24, 2019
Using Brush Ninja to create GIF’s! So fun! pic.twitter.com/4h3ew3IMK7— Mrs. Rorke (@rorkecp) February 22, 2019
Miss Anna's gr. 4 students' first crack at animated GIFs using Brush Ninja... Well done - so many great ones to choose from!!! Thanks to @ericcurts for the idea! #abed #edtech #starcatholic pic.twitter.com/IUHDattc6X— StarksEdTech (@StarksEdTech) December 1, 2018
In 4th grade we put our digital art skills to the test today. We did a fun warm up with @GoogleForEdu Quick Draw and tested our gif making skills with Brush Ninja! #steam #stem #STEMeducation #make #makerspace #makered #quickdraw #brushninja @SVViperPride @DVUSD pic.twitter.com/LheRiAWwVi— Mr. Lane the STEM Guy (@KnIhT_tNeReFfId) November 20, 2018
I am a huge fan of #brushninja! It was the perfect tool for having my Ss show me what they know about some of the famous scientists in biology. Their Mendels were pretty awesome! #steameducation #sciencewithscofield #8thgradebiology #mendel #extraordinary @SVViperPride @DVUSD pic.twitter.com/6bzbnlUeuM— Christine Scofield (@apositiveproton) November 20, 2018
I had a total fail on my first post of these gifs! I realized they didn’t post correctly the first time so I am giving it another try! These #brushninja Mendel projects are just too good to miss! #embracefailure #genetics #mendel #steam #sciencewithscofield@SVViperPride @DVUSD pic.twitter.com/G2CCnyHZR0— Christine Scofield (@apositiveproton) November 20, 2018
Awesome man!!!! Great website! I'm also loving the website https://t.co/tLYAtkCxhB to make animated gifs. It's a combination of whiteboard/GIF creator. Enjoy!!! #TCEA #TCEA19 pic.twitter.com/o6lZlUga8k— Tom Spall (@Tommyspall) January 15, 2019
Love watching my students creating animated GIFs on brush Ninja to create their own Vocab cards on mutual BONDS and stocks. Thanks again @tonyvincent and @jmattmiller for the idea 💡 #WeAreMCUSD pic.twitter.com/gZv8n7N2Pm— Ryan Read (@Ryan7Read) November 19, 2018
5th Gr Ss @WindomElem are prepping for their #math test by creating some #brushninja GIFs to show the process of multiplying fractions! #edtechOPCSD #teachandtweet #ditchbook #gttribe #edtech pic.twitter.com/ZmjFyJHgQn— ℕ𝕚𝕔𝕠𝕝𝕖 ℍ𝕠𝕝𝕝𝕖𝕣 (@holler4edtech) November 16, 2018
I learned about https://t.co/yTLQcV1zB6 from @tonyvincent.— Estee Williams (@TeachTechSpace) November 13, 2018
👍 It's free. There's no sign in. The site saves your last project.
👀 Check out the gif I made for an algebra concept.
🧠 How could you use this tool to help students show what they know? pic.twitter.com/vrdSB5Rd9A
Learned how to use Brush Ninja to make an Animated Gif! pic.twitter.com/kuSBsv9scr— Lee Anne Jones (@Lee_Anne_Jones) October 11, 2018