Book Creator

Pros and Cons of Book Creator

by HARPER, ASHLEY

Pages 2 and 3 of 5

Pros and Cons of Book Creator
By: Ashley Harper
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The Pros:
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Book Creator is easy for students and teachers to navigate
as it has a user-friendly interface. This would reduce the amount of
instruction time required to learn how to use this app, therefore, students
would get more time to work on their projects. For teachers, this application
provides an easy way to have collaborative learning with their lessons. Through activities such as peer reviews, the student's stories would be shared through the application, and they will be able to problem-solve and have critical thinking skills. Educators can create an inclusive classroom environment while using Book Creator. Some students struggle with social anxiety or have a speech impairment, but with the use of Book Creator, those students will be able to share their ideas and communicate non-verbally.
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While Book Creator acts as a creative outlet for many
students, they may become too worried about the design aspect of the
application instead of putting more effort into the writing portion, which is
the most important part. To prevent that, educators should first have students
write out their stories by hand so then the story will be done and all they
have to do is transfer it onto the application. Another con is with students
who are dyslexic and not having the option of voice-to-text might make this application
unusable for them. If educators are planning to use this application, they
should discuss accommodations for the students who won’t be able to use it
beforehand. Another con is that teachers in less wealthy districts may not be
able to afford this application which would make it unusable. A solution to
that problem would be to see if the school district qualifies for a grant to
cover the subscription fee of Book Creator.
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The Cons:
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While Book Creator acts as a creative outlet for many
students, they may become too worried about the design aspect of the
application instead of putting more effort into the writing portion, which is
the most important part. To prevent that, educators should first have students
write out their stories by hand so then the story will be done and all they
have to do is transfer it onto the application. Another con is with students
who are dyslexic and not having the option of voice-to-text might make this application
unusable for them. If educators are planning to use this application, they
should discuss accommodations for the students who won’t be able to use it
beforehand. Another con is that teachers in less wealthy districts may not be
able to afford this application which would make it unusable. A solution to
that problem would be to see if the school district qualifies for a grant to
cover the subscription fee of Book Creator.
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