Apr 162020
 

We cover:

  • YouTube Facts and Figures
  • Account basics and privileges with different channel types
  • Logging in, creating and verifying a channel
  • Uploading video files from Zoom meetings or any recordings & Live Streaming
  • Approving videos for student viewing, adding videos to Canvas & Google Classroom and using Playlists to organize content

Training slides:

Apr 022020
 

We discuss Zoom interface basics, strategies for securing your meetings, recommended settings for online K-12 instruction, in-meeting best practices, sharing content, and engaging students.

Training slides:

Apr 282014
 

Permalink: http://goo.gl/t8JjBR
OnTrack Section #: 68755, Course #: 59500

Today, we will take a tour of some of the amazing Web-based apps available in the Chrome Web Store for Chromebooks, the Chrome Browser, or really any other web browser out there, as long as you are not stuck on IE 8 or lower. 😉 We will take a look at:

We also ended up giving you an introduction to the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS).  For more detail on the different functions of Canvas, take a look at the Canvas Video Guides.

Nov 162012
 
In our smaller districts, educators are in a pilot where they are providing upper level courses to both students in their classroms and to students in other schools across the district, using a high-end video conferencing system. This first year has been a tough go for many of them, so we got them all together to share their successes and failures. We took some time showing them how to use Canvas and the benefits of doing so, as well as some strategies to be successful with working with distance-students.
After hearing from these teachers, I showed them a few tools and services that were out there that could potentially help them out. Here’s the list: