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Demonstrating Understanding with Video in the Classroom - Boyne City Connected Educator Un/Con

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Experts publish and teachers are the content experts of their classrooms. Come learn how you can effectively create and publish video content for your classroom. Whether you are using your cell phone …

Experts publish and teachers are the content experts of their classrooms. Come learn how you can effectively create and publish video content for your classroom. Whether you are using your cell phone camera or screencasting on your computer, learn how to create and publish your own content videos your students can access any time and from any device. Learn about the equipment and management considerations you need to plan for to successfully use video in your classroom. In addition, you will learn about how you can access high quality subjected area resources from MI Learning on iTunesU and YouTube for free.

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  • 1. Demonstrating Understanding with Video in the Classroom Boyne City Connected Educator Un/Conference
  • 2. This Is The World We Live In
  • 3. Emily’s Driving Dilemma by Andy Losik’s Students
  • 4. Learn-By-Doing Challenge Using a smartphone camera, record a 15 sec or less video introducing yourself to us.
  • 5. Learn-By-Doing Challenge Email your video to runfardvs.classvid@blogger.com Put your name and school in the subject line.
  • 6. about.me/runfardvs
  • 7. Today’s Resources At: bit.ly/bcunconvid
  • 8. Why Video?
  • 9. When does video “work”?
  • 10. To Consider What are you going to make? How will you make it? Where are you going to put it?
  • 11. Teacher Created Video
  • 12. fizz.fi.ncsu.edu
  • 13. Screencasting
  • 14. Help for Students & Parents
  • 15. Team Teach with Yourself
  • 16. Sub Instructions
  • 17. Video Story Problems (Ben Rimes) bit.ly/vspviscosity
  • 18. Student Created Video
  • 19. Charlotte’s Web Claymation by Branden Chi on NextVista.org
  • 20. Mathtrain.tv by Eric Marcos’ Students
  • 21. Emily’s Driving Dilemma by Andy Losik’s Students
  • 22. Authentic Assessment by Randy Micallef
  • 23. Going the Extra Mile
  • 24. “Professional” YouTube Channels Bullet Block Experiment by Veritasium (YouTube)
  • 25. Kid Experts Sylvia’s Super Awesome Mini Maker Show (YouTube)
  • 26. Next Spielberg? MonEmotion by EpicMattFilms (YouTube)
  • 27. Where Do You Put Them? Video Hosting Options bit.ly/fcvidhosting
  • 28. You Choose Assignments A Way to Get Started
  • 29. Learn-By-Doing Activities See bit.ly/bcunconvid for resources and details. Using the tool(s) of your choice create one of the following: Plan a student activity Search for pre-created videos Introduce yourself to students and parents Create a video tutorial Create a video story problem Explore iOS video apps
  • 30. Vertical Video Syndrome - A PSA by gloveandboots (YouTube)
  • 31. Lifetime Customer Service Dan Spencer Contact Info dan.spencer@jcisd.org Twitter @runfardvs danielvspencer.org edtech.jcisd.org