Tech Tips #3.07
Week of October 5, 2015
Screencasting (or screen recording) combines text, images, video, live drawing, and audio recordings into a powerful showcase of learning that can be created on a computer, laptop, or iPad.
Examples of Screencasting by Students
- Students can create presentations that show their learning with visuals and audio components.
- Students can create flipped video lessons for themselves, fellow students, and others.
Examples of Screencasting by Teachers
- Teachers can create a video for online, hybrid, blended, and flipped learning by students.
- Teachers can provide personalized video feedback to students.
- Teachers can create a live recording during a class activities. The video can then be shared with students who were absent or need additional viewing.
Screencasting with a laptop OR computer
You will need a microphone that is connected and enabled on your computer for audio recordings.
- Screencastify - Click here to learn more. This extension only works in the Chrome browser and saves your recordings to Google Drive. Watch the video below to learn more.
- ActivInspire - You can create screenrecordings using Promethean ActivInspire. Watch the video below to learn more.
Screencasting with an iPad
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