Find this page at bit.ly/clintatursa Canvas + Video = Online Superstar! Or, Recording & Embedding Quality Instructional Content Access the session slides as well as the Canvas course with all of the steps and how-to videos. Maybe you are not looking to become an online superstar, but you DO want to record video in Canvas for your… Continue reading URSA 2021
In these days of uncertainty in education, we all should be preparing blended learning resources for our students – whether we are lucky enough to be instructing students face-to-face, if we have some students who are learning from home, or if we all have to return to remote learning and instruction. See my post on Blended… Continue reading Recording Instructional Video & Embedding in Canvas
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:
Permalink: https://goo.gl/h7QGzm In this two-day course, we’ll get you up to speed on the incredible array of services and applications that Google provides to teachers and students for free. If you have Chromebooks in your classroom, this workshop will open your eyes to the possibilities and realities of a paperless classroom, as well as having… Continue reading G Suite for Education 2-Day Workshop @ WCSD
9 Tips for Teaching With YouTube.
A good friend of mine suggested that I take a look at the learning platform that TED-Ed (http://ed.ted.com/) has developed for teachers. It is a powerful platform that helps teachers (or administrators, or students – anyone, really) to take ANY video from TED or YouTube and easily turn it into a flipped lesson that learners can… Continue reading TED-Ed – Flip Almost ANY Video into A Meaningful Lesson with Response and Feedback
via youtube.com Boy… I wish that YouTube was around when I was teaching Simple Machines in 8th Grade Science. That just made me sound very old… Great video!
Check out this website I found at education.ted.com The TED Channel for Education on YouTube. It will be great to have some of the best ideas on effecting change in Education in one place.