Flipping Instruction

with Screencasting Tools

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Transform your web browser or iPad into a recordable interactive whiteboard to create and share lessons and student learning with free web-based tools and Apps. Learn how to use these powerful tools to begin to flip your classroom! Bring a device for this hands-on session.

Workshop Goals:

  • Be sure everyone is able to access the tools
  • Share functions and features of a variety of screencasting tools
  • Explore the tools
  • Create a screencast!

The Flipped Classroom

Educreations

  • iPad App
  • Can also create on a computer
  • Can create and manage classes, but students need accounts to access them
  • Whiteboard style tutorials
  • Can add images, drawings, text and audio
  • Must have an account to save
  • Can share link with anyone to view or embed it on a site
  • Can pause recording
  • Can have multiple pages
  • Can manage account from computer


Click HERE to learn more.

Explain Everything

  • iPad App
  • Whiteboard style tutorials
  • Can add images, drawings, text and audio
  • Must have an account to save
  • Can share link with anyone to view or embed it on a site
  • Can pause recording
  • Can have multiple pages
  • Can manage account from computer


Click HERE to learn more.

Show Me


  • iPad App
  • Whiteboard style tutorials
  • Can add images, drawings, text and audio
  • Must have an account to save
  • Can share link with anyone to view or embed it on a site
  • Can pause recording
  • Can have multiple pages
  • Can manage account from computer



Click HERE to learn more.

Screencastify

  • Chrome Extension
  • Download from the Chrome Store
  • Easily access while browsing
  • Permission must be granted to access Google Drive so images and videos can be saved to it
  • 10 minutes maximum
  • Can pause recording
  • Can post to YouTube, download or get a link
  • Record screen and webcam


Click HERE to learn more.

Snagit

  • Chrome Extension
  • Download from the Chrome Store
  • Easily access while browsing
  • Takes images and screen captures
  • Permission must be granted to access Google Drive so images and videos can be saved to it
  • No maximum time limit on recording
  • Can post to YouTube or download as an AVI
  • Annotation features


Click HERE to learn more.

Screencastomatic

  • Web-based for computers
  • Downloadable recorder
  • 15 minutes maximum
  • Can pause recording
  • Record screen and webcam
  • Publish to YouTube HD, MP4, AVI, FLV movie


Click HERE to learn more.

Questions to Consider

  • What would you like to screencast?
  • What is the purpose?
  • Who is the audience?
  • How long will they be?
  • Do you need any external tools (headset, mic, etc)?
  • Who will create them? Teachers? Students?
  • What will you do with them?
  • Where will they be "stored?"