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    Screencasting for Staff and Student Development - MAME 2010 Screencasting for Staff and Student Development - MAME 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • MAME 2010 Conference October 28, 2010 Lisa Kelley – Rochester Community Schools Pam Landgraf – Birmingham Public Schools
    • What is a screencast?
      • A  screencast  is a digital recording of computer screen output, also known as a  video screen capture , often containing audio narration.
      • Wikipedia contributors. "Screencast."  Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia . Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 15 Oct .2010. Web. 27 Oct. 2010.
      • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com /
    • Why Screencast?
      • How we got started
      • Staff Instruction
      • Student Instruction
      • Student Assessment
      • Technology Support
      • … and more recently, collaboration
      • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
    • Staff Instruction
      • Rule of Thumb #1
        • If more than two people ask for it, it’s worth screencasting.
      • Rule of Thumb #2
        • If it’s worth teaching at a training, it’s worth screencasting.
        • Examples: adding signature to email, extracting files from flip camera, how to use Web 2.0 tools, how to use SchoolDude
        • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
    • Student Instruction
      • Use screencasting to give instructions that will be repeated
      • Use screencasting if students will need to refer to instructions later
      • Use screencasting to provide technical instructions if you’re not there – sub plans
      • Examples: How to use MeL, how to use OPAC, how to take an Accelerated Reader quiz, Excel tutorials
      • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
    • Student Assessment
      • Helps instructor understand which parts of lessons require further emphasis
      • Gives the instructor the ability to differentiate lessons
      • Creates a low stress situation for students who do not work well under pressure
      • Examples: students teaching other students, ELL/ESL
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    • Technology Support
      • Use screencasting to communicate with technology staff
      • Teach teachers to screencast so they can visually demonstrate questions they have
      • Examples: How to fix an error message, how to download software, how to use a software package more successfully
      • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
    • Other ideas for screencasting
      • Second grade – how to use online resources
      • Parts of a book
      • Adding video to Glogster
      • Using online sub software
      • Reaching out to community
      • Directions to parents
      • How to open later versions of Word/Excel/PPT
      • How to save works so they are compatible
    • Other ideas for screencasting
      • Educating parents about using website/parent portal
      • Teaching ELL/ESL families about tech policies
      • Teach teachers to sign up for labs online using Google tools
      • Chemistry – examples of procedure, using videotape and narration
      • Narrating tutorial – slide show
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    • Where it all started - Jing
      • http://www.jingproject.com
      • Downloadable
      • Free
      • Compatible with MAC and PC
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    • Free Tools - Online
      • Screenr
      • ScreenToaster
      • ScreenJelly
      • Screencast-o-matic
      • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
    • Screenr
      • Need Twitter account
      • Your work is public
      • URL and embeddable player
      • 5 minute time limit
      • Recording screen easy to use
      • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
    • ScreenToaster
      • Work can be public or private
      • URL and embeddable player
      • No real recording time limit
      • Must remember keystrokes to use recorder
      • Can incorporate webcam
      • Can add subtitles
      • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
    • Screenjelly
      • Can sign in with Twitter account or create a separate account
      • Work can be marked as private
      • URL and embeddable player
      • 3 minute time limit
      • Records full screen – easy to use
      • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
    • Screencast-o-matic
      • Create account – can be Twitter account
      • Work can be marked as private
      • URL and embeddable player
      • 15 minute time limit on SOM, 10 for YouTube video
      • Can add to screencast later
      • Recording screen easy to use
      • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
    • Tips for Screencasting
      • Know your audience
      • It’s about time
      • What’s in a word?
      • Practice makes perfect
      • Testing, testing, 1-2-3
      • To edit or not to edit
      • Technical issues
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    • Screencasting In Education Wiki
      • http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
    • Questions/Comments