Screenr is a free web-based tool--no downloading! You can start recording directly from screenr.com. In order to publish and share your videos, you'll need to sign via your favorite web-based email provider or social media account. Be sure to have a current version of Java installed.
Easy to use with its simple interface. Great for young learners. All these apps are great to annotate photos for projects and presentations as well.
What is ScreenChomp? The iPad app to Record. Sketch. Share!
The next four videos are student created tutorials and video reflections by Alina & Sena, students from the Yokohama International School in Japan. Under the guidance of Kim Cofino, fierce IT leader at Yokohama and first LTEN guest speaker, students used the MYP Design Cycle to invest what makes a great tutorial. A neat example of how a screencast tutorial assignment can be fun as well as develop a deeper understanding of what they have learned through the process as stated in their reflection videos below.
How to Multiply and Divide Fractions
How to Learn Notes Easily
Series of Screencasts
A series of Destiny webware software tutorials created by Jane Bender, a teacher librarian from the American School in Japan. A great example of creating a series of segmented tutorials. If you're having problems accessing this Google site, click here to view their other tutorials in this series via Youtube.
No. 1 Finding Destiny®
And One More...
I demonstrate to our ELL students how to create a login and access their ClassDojo avatar. I used a character from a popular fiction title as the example to personalize the screencast.
An Illustration of Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture
MIT+K12 Student Video Highlights