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8 Classroom Projects Using Snapchat – Latest

Snapchat into classroom

Integrating Snapchat into classroom activities offers a unique way to engage students by leveraging a platform they are already familiar with. Here are some innovative ideas from various sources on how to use Snapchat for educational projects:

  • Journalism Projects: Encourage students to become journalists for a day, documenting events, conducting interviews, or annotating images to cover different topics​​.
  • BookSnaps: A creative method for students to annotate their readings. They take pictures of book pages, annotate them with reactions, and submit this enhanced annotation​​.
  • Book Talks: Students can use Snapchat’s video feature to discuss books based on given criteria. Such as favorite parts or characters, and compile these into a class-wide project​​.
  • Writing Stories: A similar approach to book talks, but for different subjects. Students could explain a concept or demonstrate a skill through short videos​​.

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  • Raise Awareness: For service learning or social justice projects, students can create Snapchat stories to educate and raise awareness among their peers on important issues​​.
  • Vocabulary Practice: Use Snapchat for vocabulary exercises, where students depict vocabulary words in real-life scenarios. Or in conversations, compiling these snaps for class study materials​​.
  • Revision and Reflection: Snapchat can facilitate revision by having students photograph their work. Annotate corrections, and reflect on their learning moments​​.
  • Real-World Examples and Storytelling: Teachers can post real-life applications of concepts being taught. Use the story feature for timelines or sequences, and even prepare students for classes with questions or announcements​​.


These ideas demonstrate the versatility of Snapchat as a tool for enhancing learning through technology. Making lessons more engaging and relevant to students’ digital lives.

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