Tag Archives: YouTube

Teaching With Video And More

Video is so pervading these days but are we making the most of things? Here’s an exploration of some options that enable teachers to add structure to viewers’ experiences.

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Twitter as Continuing Professional Development

For quite a number of years now I’ve extolled the virtues of Twitter as my primary source of continuing professional development. I’ve shared my TweetDeck and other Twitter clients pointing out how valuable it is to be part of a … Continue reading

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iBooks Author Demo: Creating student produced digital textbooks

See on Scoop.it – mrpbps iDevices iBooks Author Demo: Creating student produced, media-rich, interactive digital textbooks from standardized curriculum resources. This demo uses an example from the Texas CSCOPE curriculum, but can be applied to any curriculum that your school … Continue reading

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TED-Ed: Making Sense of a Safer YouTube

Ever wanted to bring YouTube into the classroom and even better add value to the experience? TED-Ed has just released a new online tool that enables you to turn selected TED videos, (and perhaps more importantly), any YouTube video into … Continue reading

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Sesame Street Science: Sink or Float? An Interactive YouTube Experience

Every now and then you come across something that exemplifies the opportunities to exploit the creative options that abound these days. This deceptively simple but complex movie sequence is a fabulous entree to the notion of scientific investigation from the … Continue reading

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The Khan Academy: Letting Students Drive Their Education – Education – GOOD

One of the really interesting developments in the use of spaces like YouTube have been in the creation of instructional videos. Nobody has embraced this capability with the enthusiasm of Simon Khan owner and creator of the Khan Academy. This … Continue reading

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Evernote: Can It Get Better Than V4?

If like me you have an Evernote account you’re probably already sold on how easy it is to save just about anything digital into the one space that can be accessed from anywhere you can get an internet connection. Hopefully … Continue reading

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