These photos and animations showcase how Brush Ninja is being used in education.
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Awesome Animations Educational Animation
Using Brush Ninja to create GIF’s! So fun!Tweeted by Mrs. Rorke
Multi-step multiplication and division problems broken down in steps using Brush Ninja!Tweeted by Kaylee Roznovsky
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 #starcatholicTweeted by StarksEdTech
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!Tweeted by Mr. Lane the STEM Guy
Check it out @Tommyspall. @RambelleTeacher and Mrs. Dyer getting ready to use Brush Ninja next week.Tweeted by Michael Ogg
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!Tweeted by Christy Scofield
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!Tweeted by Christy Scofield
Awesome man!!!! Great website! I’m also loving the website http://brush.ninja to make animated gifs. It’s a combination of whiteboard/GIF creator. Enjoy!!! #TCEA #TCEA19Tweeted by Tom Spall
Coming back to what I learned from @EdTxAnn and @Tommyspall’s presentation from last year’s @TCEA conference. Using https://gifmaker.me and a series of @google Drawings, downloaded as png, to create animated gif for Lewis Dot ionic bond formation.Tweeted by EfrenR