Tag Archives: video

Make Videos Interactive with Zaption

These days its a common practice to curate videos found on the Internet and use them to enhance our instruction.  We have been showing the videos to our audience because they provide great information or simply help connect with the visual learner.  And with the advent of flipped classrooms and online professional learning, we are read more »

Teaching Channel – What Common Core Looks Like

School districts around the nation are scrambling around trying to provide workshops on Common Core, most specifically on the instructional shifts.  In many cases, districts are bringing in contracted experts to transfer their wisdom upon our teachers.  This is all good, but I have found that teachers are still asking, “What does Common Core instruction read more »

Meograph – Four-Dimensional Storytelling

Meograph is an exciting new web application I recently discovered and have been testing out.  I’m really excited about this as a tool for students to create multimedia-rich timelines.  We’ve been using timeline tools, audio tools, Google earth/maps, images, and videos for quite a while now, but where have we seen all of the these read more »

Swivl your way to Camera Automation

One of the newer trends in EdTech right now is the concept of “flipped classrooms”, where students consume lecture content, such as videos outside of the classroom, then apply what they have learned inside the classroom.  This has many teachers recording their lectures and posting them online for consumption.  Another common trend is recording your read more »