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Using iMovie to introduce new topics – Teaching and Learning nuts and bolts

So after years of always being asked “what are we doing next sir?” and “what is that?”  I thought it would be a good idea…

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Free Technology for Teachers: Use Google Drive to Share Videos Privately- Free Technology for Teachers

“Google Drive is full of options that often go overlooked. One of those options is privately sharing videos. To share videos through Google Drive upload them to your Google Drive account, preview them, then share by using the sharing options at the top of the preview screen. The sharing options allow you specify who can access the video. The screenshots below outline the process. (Click the images to view them in full size).”

Source: www.freetech4teachers.com

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The foreign language flip class stages: Part 1 | Reflipping the flipped

Shona Whyte:

Spanish teacher Emilia Carrillo shares her reflections and experience of the flipped classroom (content delivery at home, language practice in class).  This is the first of a four-part series on how language teachers can go about flipping their classrooms, beginning with things to take into consideration before you start.

 

This article includes links to other posts on Emilia Carrillo’s technology blog and to presentations by other teachers.  This is the Harvesting Stage (Washing, peeling, chopping, Let’s get cooking Stage and Digesting to follow).

Source: spanish4teachers.org

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Knowmia Teach Pro: iPad Lesson Creation Tool

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“If you are interested in creating video lessons using your iPad you’ll definitely want to check out Knowmia Teach Pro.  This powerful tool lets users make their own recordings using a virtual whiteboard to annotate images, draw pictures and add text to the screen.  In addition to capturing everything you write on the screen, Knowmia records your voice and a video of you speaking into the camera.  There are tons of tools for you to explore within the app.”

 

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The Flipped Class: Myths vs. Reality – THE DAILY RIFF – Be Smarter. About Education.

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We also realize there is a lot of mis-information about the Flipped Classroom and quite a bit of controversy about whether or not this is a viable instructional methodology.

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Are You Ready to Flip? – THE DAILY RIFF – Be Smarter. About Education.

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Part 2 of 3 of “The Flipped Class” Series – Guest Posts

Maria Wilbar‘s insight:

This article presents an excellent insight about what a flipped classroom should look like. 

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Zaption: Bringing YouTube to Life in the Classroom.

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Zaption is a new interactive video platform that lets teachers turn ordinary YouTube videos into interactive experiences. Using Zaption, teachers can include quizzes, comments, discussions, and can…

Maria Wilbar‘s insight:

A good tool for flipping the classroom. My only regret is that the only interaction available is written and not oral. 

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