I really like what I’ve seen when I look into Knowledgehook and would love to use it in my class. I can really see how taking photos of the work and receiving it immediately can be very impactful. Unfortunately, my district is always hesitant to allow teachers to use programs they have not approved. Looking at the privacy information from Knowledgehook, it seems that it is only allowed to be used by teachers who have permission from their district. 🙁
Knowledgehook is new to me. I have heard of Brainingcamp from previous videos and it is defintely something I will research for this year. There are so many great tools it can almost be overwhelming. I do know I’m using Google slides for sure. Since I am in person this year I will be using physical manipulatives. I might end up using something like Brainingcamp just for me as the teacher because it will be easier to present to the students. I wouldn’t have to worry about my Elmo showing all of the tiles or cubes or whatever I’m using.
Knowledgehook Snapshots is very cool. Seams very similar to something else I have used in the classroom (can’t remember the name of the app). It may bring in some ownership to the learning and creativity. Are you able to make submissions anonymous if kids are shy?