Class 12: Teaching with Video

Edtech guru, Kathy Schrock defines screencasting as “the capture of the action on a computer screen while you are narrating. Screencasts can be made with many tools and are often used to create a tutorial or showcase student content mastery.” A related practice is slidecasting (creating a PowerPoint or Apple Keynote slideshow and then screencasting your narration of […]

Class 9: Screencasting Techniques

We will open our class with a student updates on their progress on our Memorial Project and agree to some firm due dates. Then we will turn our attention to a new skill – screencasting. Screencasting / Slidecasting Edtech guru, Kathy Schrock defines screencasting as “the capture of the action on a computer screen while you are […]

Haiku How To

Please watch the following amazing, insightful, and provocative Screencast to learn how to Haiku Deck like a pro: Prompt: Students were asked to design a flipped lesson and then write a blog post that showcases their flipped lesson and reaction to designing it. Beyond this being an incredibly fun assignment to complete, I was also pleasantly surprised at how […]

Effective Tech in the Connected Classroom

I recently was a guest on the UP Tech Talk Podcast produced by University of Portland’s Academic Technology Services and hosted by Maria Erb (Instructional Designer) and Sam Williams (Dir of Academic Tech Services). Kudos for the great ATS podcast studio! What’s the least amount of technology you could use to get the job done. […]

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