Posts Tagged: Videos

TED – Five more TED Talks that have changed my classroom.

TED – Five more TED Talks that have changed my classroom.

      TED www.ted.com Last year I posted five TED Talks that have changed my classroom.  This year I’m giving the gift of TED again with another batch of talks that have made a positive impact on my classroom.   Tyler DeWitt: Hey Science Teachers – Make It Fun Tyler DeWitt explains what makes… Read more

Embed Questions within Videos – EduCanon

Embed Questions within Videos – EduCanon

eduCanon www.eduCanon.com  eduCanon is a great solution for anyone looking for a way to turn video lessons into an interactive assessment tool rather than just a means of delivering content.  Teachers can embed questions directly within any video from a number of popular sites  including YouTube, TeacherTube, Vimeo, and Kahn Academy.  Students are given immediate… Read more

Take Notes That Automatically Synchronize with the Video You Are Watching

Take Notes That Automatically Synchronize with the Video You Are Watching

VideoNot.es MOOCs, Flipped Lessons, Video Tutorials… Instructional videos are becoming increasingly common, and VideoNot.ES provides an easy way to take better notes while watching these videos.  As students type notes, they are automatically synchronized with the video.  Clicking on a line in the notes will bring the video to the point when the note was… Read more

50 Free Tech Tools for the 21st Century Classroom – SC EBS 2014

50 Free Tech Tools for the 21st Century Classroom – SC EBS 2014

Word Clouds Wordle Tagxedo  Fake Tweet Builder  Virtual Impersonation Fakebook Template Fake Tweet Builder Fake iPhone Text iFakeSiri TubeChop Video Tools TubeChop KeepVid SafeShareTV TedEd WeVideo Timelines Dipity Time Toast myHistro Social Bookmarking  Symabloo Pearltrees Jing Screencasting & Screen Capture Jing Screencast-O-Matic Skitch Review and Study Tools eQuizShow Study Blue Piktochart QR Code Generators SnippQR Visulead… Read more

Don’t Flip Out About Flipping Your Classroom – SC EBS 2014

Don’t Flip Out About Flipping Your Classroom – SC EBS 2014

Resources and links from my presentation at SC Education and Business Summit 2014   Aaron Sams on the Flipped Classroom Content  Visual Tutorials for Creating Instructional Videos PowerPoint Keynote Jing Screencast-O-Matic Explain Everything (iPad) *Learn more about Jing and Screencast-O-Matic.  Link to the document camera I used during my presentation: IPEVO iZiggi-HD Screencasting Software Jing… Read more

KeepVid – an easy way to dowload streaming videos.

KeepVid – an easy way to dowload streaming videos.

KeepVid www.KeepVid.com KeepVid allows you to download streaming videos from YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, iFilm, and more.  No software downloads required!  It’s a simple, free video downloader. Simply paste the URL of the video you want to download, select a format (MP4 – Max 480P works for me), and click “download.”  It couldn’t be easier.  … Read more

TED – Five TED Talks that have changed my classroom.

TED – Five TED Talks that have changed my classroom.

TED www.ted.com  I’ve long been a big fan of TED talks, and stumbled on a blog post with the idea to “Give TED” for the holidays (#GiveTED).  I previously posted about TED Ed, but this post is focused on the TED Talks as both an inspiration and teaching tool. TED Talks started out as a distraction to me while… Read more

TubeChop – Chop & Share YouTube Videos

TubeChop – Chop & Share YouTube Videos

TubeChop www.tubechop.com TubeChop is the simplest way I’ve seen to clip parts from YouTube videos and share them with students.  Want to show just a small clip from a video?  It’s as easy as: Go to www.tubechop.com Paste the URL or search for a YouTube Video. Slide the bar below your video to indicate the… Read more