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Apple Tech Update Conf: – an amazing new device for your video classroom – iOgrapher. For $600 you can have the most amazing rig: an iPad fitted with a shotgun mike, light source, tripod, and an app for digital video editing and uploading! Also James on the film “Gravity.”
Like many other schools, we have a firm social network policy that prohibits teachers from accepting Facebook friend requests from students. I get it. The notion of teachers and students being Facebook friends makes most people uncomfortable. If one of my students sends me a request, I reject it until he graduates. The notion of teachers and students being Facebook friends makes most people uncomfortable.
Join the World Theatre Video Project- Let’s Create a Global Theatre Ensemble. The World Theatre Video Project was developed for Theatre students and teachers from all over the world connect and share their love of Theatre.
WeVideo is a unique cloud-based collaborative video creation service that enables people all over the world to create and share great look videos. The sky is the limit for what you can do with WeVideo in your classroom! WeVideo’s CEO and co-founder Jostein Svendsen joins the podcast to discuss WeVideo and and share some of the amazing ways educators are using WeVideo with their students!
Here is an easy way to change to look of your videos by cropping in iMovie ’11. iDig Video Quicktips is a quick look at some of the great video tips we have mentioned on the show. We also showcase some of our favorite tips and tricks to work with video effortlessly.
Here is a quicklook at how to change the speed of your video in iMovie ’11. iDig Video Quicktips is a quick look at some of the great video tips we have mentioned on the show. We also showcase some of our favorite tips and tricks to work with video effortlessly.
Phenom writing teacher Jenni Bonaldo joins us to share how she uses films like “Good Will Hunting” to teach creative writing. She has developed some great ideas for teaching dialogue writing to her students and uses films in the process!
You found this blogpost, so you are probably (a) an educator and (b) relatively tech-savvy, so why don’t you own your own domain name yet? The world of domain name ownership has changed, so step up your teaching game and buy your own domain name.
A lot more education accelerators have been announced recently with the most notable being the partnership between Kaplan and TechStars, the Kaplan EdTech Accelerator, and Pearson Catalyst — not to overlook new efforts in Boston (LearnLaunch, which we covered extensively last month), Brazil, Israel and London. Of note, the Kaplan EdTech Accelerator is accepting applications through an April 14th deadline here and also hosting a livestream information session on their website tonight April 23rd at 7:00pm EST. Their actual accelerator program will accept ten EdTech […]
Don Goble from St. Louis re-joins us for the second part of our podcast on Video in the Classroom. Don is a real pioneer in changing antiquated social media policies that are holding students and teachers back in many school districts. Also an overview of some of the best Video Apps you can use in k-12 classrooms. What video apps are you using? What kind of innovative stuff are you doing with them? Hear how to share your ideas with us! […]
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