Posts Tagged: Screencasting

Fun with Screencasting

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Introduction to Screencasting A Screencast is a digital recording of a computer screen’s output. The screen recording is
 often synced with a voice over or a music track and then shared in a video format. A Screenshot, on the other hand, is a snapshot image of all or part of a computer screen’s output. Click […]

Enhance Discussions with Kaltura

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Special thanks to Jeff Hogan for sharing this training video with the Circles team. In the short video below, Jeff demonstrates how to use Kaltura which is a new tool for both teachers and students that can be found in the BlackBoard Mashups area. This tool allows students to easily and safely record videos and […]

Outsourced Memory for the Screencasting Course

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This month,  I had the honor of working with a brave group of 15 Valencia educators who took on the challenge of learning screencasting during the final 2 weeks of the semester as part of  LTAD-3388-3326 – Screencasting. You may have seen Screencast Tag (another Circles Post), which was a part of that course. Anyways, long […]

Screencast Tag

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Tag You’re It Hello and welcome! This page was designed to help you learn a free and easy tool that will allow you to better communicate the things you do on your computer. Do you use a computer? Do you ever need to teach someone or share something that you are doing on your computer? […]

Screencastify

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Screencasting is a Teacher Trick that should be in every teacher’s toolkit. Simply put, screencasting is recording your computer screen while recording your voice to make a video that can be shared with others. You can make instructional videos, feedback videos, showcase videos, interactive videos and more. While there are many tools that teachers can buy […]

A Flipped Lesson: Using Screenchomp to make a Khan-esque Lesson

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The following post is a part of the Flipped Classroom series from the 2015 Summer Destination Program:  Special thanks to Andrea Tice for submitting an example of a flipped lesson that she has prepared to teach students in her Gen Chem II course how to balance complex reduction-oxidation reactions. The learning outcomes for this lesson […]

Destination 2015: Flipped Learning – Week 3

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Week 1: Overview of Flipped Learning Week 2: Curated Content Week 3: Created Content—online lesson/activities and assessments Week 4: Created Content—in class activities and assessments Week 5: Final Project Presentations [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3V0pfOQ6E_o] Day 3 Agenda Sign in Room 11-106 and then meet in your assigned room on your name tag: Schedule for James and Mandy’s group 1:00pm-1:50pm […]

Jing for Video Feedback

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I have been using Jing since about 2008; it is my go to tool for giving feedback to student writing or student questions in my hybrid and online courses. Recently I have been getting more than a few questions on the technique so I decided to put together this post to help others learn more […]