“We believe in the additive power of educational technology both inside and outside the classroom.” Check out this fast-paced, information-packed overview of “teaching at a distance” and educational technology from the makers of the wildly popular Crash Course educational series. The lesson is aimed at students learning through educational technology and offers tips for […]
As a follow-up to my last post about creating interactive images using Google Drawings, I thought I’d share this video about doing something similar with Google Slides. Again, my source is Richard Byrne and his wonderful blog Free Technology for Teachers. When creating such interactivity with Google Slides, you can design a first slide that […]
Maybe the group work isn’t the problem. Maybe the reporting is the problem.
” I think Number One is – you need to relax. You need to be yourself. Kids can smell authenticity. So don’t try to pretend.”
Using video projects in a class doesn’t have to require daunting production work! Keep it simple, and mine the results for all kinds of value.
There are no limits to the uses for good explainer videos…
Here’s how you can embed videos stored in your Google Drive directly into your websites, blogs, etc.
“…there’s no reason for professors (like me!) to continue using out-moded, word-heavy slide presentations instead of videos in flipped and online teaching situations.”
Richard Byrne, who writes the wonderful blog Free Technology For Teachers, shared “7 Great Tools for Creating Flipped Lessons from Existing Videos.” He mentions things featured on this blog in the past, like EdPuzzle, but he also showcases a few things not covered here in depth (at least, not yet). Featured are: TesTeach EdPuzzle PlayPosit […]
“For anyone who needs a quick-and-dirty method for recording a program on their [Windows 10] desktop, however, the Game DVR works well enough.”