- Fun way to provide feedback to student work.
- Enhance documents, forms, digital communications.
- Print them out on sticky address labels for use on student work.
- Use them in digital storytelling and presentations.
- NOTE: some bitmojis may not be appropriate for school use.
- Many more ideas in the articles listed below.
- Using Bitmoji In Your Classroom – Some ideas for classroom use: Feedback, use in class documents, signage and more.
- Creating Comics with Google Slides – Sylvia Duckworth’s detailed instructions for using Bitmojis for comics.
- Why and how I Bitmoji in my classroom? – Includes tips for getting started and how to create printed Bitmoji stickers.
- Bitmojis: The “new” Sticker for Students’ Digital Work – Tips on how to add to Google Drive files.
- Custom Bitmoji Feedback – Put a bitmoji into Google Drawing and customize it!
- #BookSnaps – Snapping for Learning – Take a picture of a page from a book, highlight the text that is important to you, use your bitmojis to add a reaaction. Includes how to videos with directions forGoogle Drawings, SeeSaw and other tools.
CREATE YOUR BITMOJI
NOTE: Some people have reported problems signing up for Bitmoji through the app. If you have trouble, try this Bitmoji sign up page.
You can create your Bitmoji with the iOS or Android app, or on a computer using the Chrome browser extension. These posts have details on installing and using Bitmoji. Note that you’ll have more options for creating your Bitmoji in the iOS or Android app than you do in the Chrome Extension. The options you choose in the app will be visible in the extension though.
- How to Bitmoji – Sylvia Duckworth has provided detailed instructions on how to create and use Bitmojis.
- Bitmoji Chrome Extension – Creative Communication – Details on installing the Chrome Extension.
- How to save a bitmoji image – in the Chrome Extension, find the image you want to save. Right click and use the “save image as” option. Once you’ve saved it to your desktop, you can use it like any other image. Save some and upload them to your blog post for this lesson.
- Bitmoji blocked by your school? – If your school has blocked bitmojis, save the images in a Google Drive folder or paste them into Google Keep (tips on doing that). That way they’ll be handy if you’re providing fun feedback to student work in Google Drive. The iOS and Android apps let you upload directly from the app to Google Photos, Google Drive and Google Keep. On your desktop, save the images to your desktop, then upload.
- Share directly from the mobile app – You can open the app on your iOS or Android device, select a Bitmoji and share it to Facebook, Twitter, and other services directly from the app.
- Share via the Bitmoji keyboard – The iOS and Android apps add a special keyboard that you can use to insert Bitmojis in certain apps like Facebook, Twitter, etc. Follow the instructions in the app settings to set up the keyboard. The keyboard should show up where your emoticons and gif options appear. Note that the keyboards might be not work consistently in all apps.
- Install the mobile app or the Chrome Extension (or both!)
- Create your personal Bitmoji.
- Have fun exploring the Bitmojis.
- Explore ways you can share it to various other platforms: (you don’t need to do all of these!)
- Try sharing a bitmoji via email or messaging.
- Or share to a social media platform like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat or Instagram
- Or try saving some to Google Keep or a Google Drive folder.
- Already a bitmoji guru? Try your hand at creating some customized Bitmojis in Google Drawing or try Creating Comics with Google Slides
Your blog post
- Include a Bitmoji or two in your post. You can save them to your desktop and upload them to your blog post like any other image.
- Discuss how you might use Bitmojis in school? Or why you wouldn’t?
- Share any tips you have or comments about the process of working with Bitmojis.
*TURNING IN YOUR ASSIGNMENT
- Write & publish your blog post.
- Copy the URL (webpage address) for your post.
- Return to the Google Classroom assignment page, find the assignment page for the lesson you just completed and follow the directions for turning in and sharing your work.
*Only for students participating in the workshop for PD credit hours through the Google Classroom.