Explain Everything at the MTTEP conference in Karlsruhe
THE BEST EVER APP FOR
THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL
ACCESS SUPPORT VIDEOS ON EE.
Note: These are not the latest versions of the software.
EE is a great tool for
presenting - you can
import images, videos,
text or existing
keynote or powerpoint
slides and then use the
annotate and laser
pointer tools to make
2. WORK THROUGH PROBLEMS
The annotate tools allow you to work through problems
whilst recording these - giving access to children to have
access to these again, and again … and again!
3. VISUALISING AND ANNOTATING
The camera option allows you to capture images that you can
then annotate - including pupils’ work in order to mark (for
feedback or demonstrate to the rest of the class).
4. PEER TO PEER TEACHING
Children can develop their ideas and then record these to
aid a peer or as evidence of assessment - for example
explaining the parts of a geological landscape.
5. CAPTURING PRODUCT
Children can produce a ﬁnished product which can include a
variety of multimedia (including voice and annotation).
6. CAPTURING PROCESS
Children can explain what they are doing as they explore a
problem or an idea - this giving you insight into process or
developing conception as well as product.
7. TARGETED FEEDBACK FOR IMPROVEMENT
Marking up and annotating work to offer guided and
supportive feedback but also explaining what and why you
are doing this (and offering challenge).
8. OBSERVATION OF TEACHING
Teachers can be observed using the video tool (or the video
important) and then annotations added for feedback - or the
teachers can offer self-reﬂection on parts of the video or stills
9. GUIDED OR INDEPENDENT LEARNING
A series of slides could create a guide to a guided set of
learning activities for a student - this could promote
independent or semi-independent working.
10. SUPPORTING HOME LEARNING
A series of video indicating a process of learning could be
used to ensure continuity between school and home
learning (for example in handwriting or calculation).
SOME USEFUL THINGS