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,...
Why Screencast?
How we got started
 Staff Instruction
 Student Instruction
 Student Assessment
 Technology Support
 …...
Staff Instruction
Rule of Thumb #1
If more than two people ask for it, it’s worth
screencasting.
Rule of Thumb #2
If i...
Student Instruction
 Use screencasting to give instructions that will be
repeated
 Use screencasting if students will ne...
Student Assessment
 Helps instructor understand which parts of lessons
require further emphasis
 Gives the instructor th...
Technology Support
Use screencasting to communicate with technology
staff
Teach teachers to screencast so they can visua...
Other ideas for screencasting
Second grade – how to use online resources
Parts of a book
Adding video to Glogster
Usin...
Other ideas for screencasting
Educating parents about using website/parent portal
Teaching ELL/ESL families about tech p...
Where it all started - Jing
http://www.jingproject.com
Downloadable
Free
Compatible with MAC and PC
http://screencasti...
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 ...
ScreenToaster
Work can be public or private
URL and embeddable player
No real recording time limit
Must remember keyst...
Screenjelly
Can sign in with Twitter account or create a separate
account
Work can be marked as private
URL and embedda...
Screencast-o-matic
 Create account – can be Twitter account
 Work can be marked as private
 URL and embeddable player
...
Tips for Screencasting
 Know your audience
 It’s about time
 What’s in a word?
 Practice makes perfect
 Testing, test...
Screencasting In Education Wiki
http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
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  1. 1. MAME 2010 Conference October 28, 2010 Lisa Kelley – Rochester Community Schools Pam Landgraf – Birmingham Public Schools
  2. 2. 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/
  3. 3. Why Screencast? How we got started  Staff Instruction  Student Instruction  Student Assessment  Technology Support  … and more recently, collaboration http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
  4. 4. 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/
  5. 5. 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/
  6. 6. 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 http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
  7. 7. 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/
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. 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 http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
  10. 10. Where it all started - Jing http://www.jingproject.com Downloadable Free Compatible with MAC and PC http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
  11. 11. Free Tools - Online Screenr ScreenToaster ScreenJelly Screencast-o-matic http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
  12. 12. 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/
  13. 13. 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/
  14. 14. 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/
  15. 15. 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/
  16. 16. 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 http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
  17. 17. Screencasting In Education Wiki http://screencastingineducation.pbworks.com/
  18. 18. Questions/Comments

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