Session Description:Different classes require different communication mediums. In any given day, a teacher may use one-to-many communication during a lesson, one-to-one when assessing a pupils work or speaking with parents and many-to-one when receiving homework assignments from an entire class. This presentation demonstrates how to create digital learning content for all situations, for anyone, everywhere.Brief intro/awarenessabout Jing and Camtasia…and how these programs can also help you communicate with students, parents, staff.Explain how Relay was developed for educators…and is meant to be implemented across your school.
Key points:Simple learning curveChoose your audio device and click RECProfiles are setup ahead of time…and consist of video formats and destinations for your videosYou can record with/without an Internet connectionWe even have a Portable Recorder, which makes it easy to get your students involved; or record anywhere on any machine
Perhaps the most common use for Camtasia Relay today…and what it was originally designed for. (One-to-Many Communication)Great for recording lectures, lessons, explaining student projects.Make lessons available to students to help them review and study for tests.
Working with individual students, or communicating with parents.Host videos in a password protected folder on Screencast.com.
Portable Recorder, allows for communication back and forth, spending time going through a big projectCrowdsourcing – Ask students to do a research project… (i.e. find good websites about a specific topic) …record their findings and submit to you.Assignment feedback – Get students involved for peer evaluation of projectsProgress reports – Have students submit video reports about their progress throughout a class project; or submit their final project as a video
One, Many, Any, Every
One, many, any, every –communicating with digital content