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Top 5 (Free) Screencasting Tools

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Whether you’re creating a product demonstration, how-to video tutorial, recording streaming video or whatever else you’d like to capture. We’ve hand picked 5 of the top free screen recorders that you’re sure to find enormously useful.

 

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Tools, resouces, tips and tricks for screencasting in online learning
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Screencasting

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Excellent resources for screencasting tools and examples used by teachers.

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Ressources pour les cours d'anglais's curator insight, November 7, 2015 12:47 PM

Très utile pour se lancer dans les capsules ! 

Alison Rostetter's curator insight, March 26, 11:02 AM
I let my business class do presentations on screen-casting.  It gets them a speaking grade for the end of term.  The reason I do this is a) so they can get it out of the way whenever they have time - the deadline is fairly long and b) they tend to take more trouble over it than if it were just an ordinary presentation, in front of the class.
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IL Flipped & Blended Learning Network - Promo Videos

IL Flipped & Blended Learning Network - Promo Videos | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
These promo videos give sneak peeks into the workshops and presentations at our inaugural conference, #ILfabCon
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Live From York with YouTube Live

Ever wanted to do a Flipped or Blended Classroom model but didn't know how to record the information? Want to bring more professionals into your classroom? Well, +Eric Lawson and I show you how you can create your own YouTube Live events! https://youtu.be/wGc2cemvDnE

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Techsmith JING-Advanced Features and Tips

Russell Stannard is a recommened Techsmith trainer and was involved in the development of JING-Piloting the early tools. This set of JING tuotorials goes through some nice tricks and tips on using JING and Russell explains some of the thing he does with the tool. Lots of practical ideas. An ideal free teacher technology that can be used in loads of ways.
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Add Streaming Video to Google Drawings!

Add Streaming Video to Google Drawings! | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Recently, I have been using Google Drawings to create #HyperDrawings. But, I did not think it was possible to embed video into the Google Drawing! Tonight, I accidentally discovered that it is really easy to do!

Step 1: Insert a Video into Google Slides (Insert-Video)

Step 2: Click on Video- Copy (Ctrl C)

Step 3: Go to Google Drawings

Step 4: Paste (Ctrl V)
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Alison Rostetter's curator insight, July 9, 12:50 PM
A new toy for me!  Try it out.....
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7 Super Screencasting Activities for School

7 Super Screencasting Activities for School | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

How to use the Screencastify Chrome extension for seven creative activities for student learning.  Although these activities can likely be done with many of the common screencasting tools available, for the demonstrations I have included here I will be using the free Screencastify Chrome web extension. See below for a detailed tutorial video as well as seven examples of how your students and you can spice up learning with screencasting! Via @ericcurts

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Sarah Thomas - #FlipClass

Sarah Thomas - #FlipClass | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Excellent resources from Sarah Thomas (@SarahdaTeechur) for getting starting with flipping: essentials, how to flip and resources
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Flipped Instruction

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(Ken Ehrmann) My flipped experience: 
I have used flipped instructions for a few years now in my fifth grade classroom.  I have also created lessons for other classrooms K-4, specific lessons for graduate courses, and technology tutorials for teachers.  Below you will find my "top five" and active button's to take you directly to all my playlists.  Additionally, the Youtube icon on every webpage takes you directly to my channel.

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Four Strategies for Effective Assessment in a Flipped Learning Environment

Four Strategies for Effective Assessment in a Flipped Learning Environment | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
But because initial engagement with new material is done independently as a preparation for class time, rather than as its focus, many things could go wrong. If students do the assigned pre-class work but don’t acquire enough fluency with the basics—or if they simply don’t do it at all—then the in-class experience could be somewhere between lethargic and disastrous. How can an instructor in a flipped learning environment avoid this and instead have consistently engaging and productive learning experiences for students in both the individual and group spaces?

A key to achieving this kind of environment is assessment. Because flipped learning is more decentralized and personalized than in a traditional course design, the challenge is to have assessments that provide reliable, actionable information about student learning in the various phases of flipped learning that is as up-to-the-minute as possible. Armed with this knowledge about student learning, instructors can provide just the right amount of support at just the right time, any time.

Here are four strategies for flipped learning assessment that can help provide this kind of support.
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Sin #17: Student Safety – The 17 Deadly Sins of Flipped Learning Technology Selection

Sin #17: Student Safety – The 17 Deadly Sins of Flipped Learning Technology Selection | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
There is nothing more important that student safety. Students identities and personal information MUST be protected. Any tool that does not treat this information as mission critical should be immediately excluded from consideration.

Like student privacy, you must take the time to read all of the fine print. How does the tool keep student information? To what extent have they set up firewalls around their systems? Ask hard questions regarding student safety of the company representative and make sure you are completely satisfied before entering into any agreement.

Again: nothing is more important than student safety. Let’s work diligently to keep our students safe.

To learn more about the 17 Deadly Sins of Flipped Learning Technology Selection, you can take the free course at http://learn.FLGlobal.org
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2017-01-12 - Super Screencastify Activities for Schools - Technology Integration

2017-01-12 - Super Screencastify Activities for Schools - Technology Integration | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Screencastify is a free Google Chrome web extension that lets you or your students record your computer screen, voice, and webcam. The recorded video can then be saved easily to Drive or downloaded. Learn how to install and use this tool, and then explore ways this can be used in schools including instructional videos, student projects, teacher feedback, narrating slideshows, giving speeches, dubbing videos, explaining solutions, and much more. Presenter: Eric Curts Recording available.
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#10: What does a flipped classroom look like at each grade level?

#10: What does a flipped classroom look like at each grade level? | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Take an inside look at how 3 teachers personalize learning for each student with flipped learning strategies.
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Homework culture key to flipped learning success

Homework culture key to flipped learning success | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
If you want to implement a flipped learning approach that makes a successful impact, then you might want to start by taking a look at your school's homework culture.
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A Flipped Classroom Model for Information Literacy Instruction : Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts

Bryn Mawr librarians Olivia Castello and Alex Pfundt used a Blended Learning seed grant to flip library instruction and make it more active. Their assessment of the efficacy of the flipped classroom model was recently published in the Journal of Creative Library Practice.
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Making Screencasts with Screencastify

In this video, I demonstrate how to use Screencastify to create recordings on Chromebooks or through Chrome Browser on another device. To take advantage of all that technology can offer, inside and outside of the classroom, one tool that can be very useful is screencasting. Screencasting allows teachers to present a lesson or concept by recording their computer screen/webcam while narrating or demonstrating a topic. This is useful in flipped and blended classrooms as well as any asynchronous learning activity. https://www.screencastify.com/

 
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5 Ways to Use Screencasting to Build Stronger Home-School Connections - Daily Genius

5 Ways to Use Screencasting to Build Stronger Home-School Connections - Daily Genius | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Screencasts are typically short video recordings of what is taking place on the screen of a computer or mobile device. They provide students with a dynamic way to make thinking visible, as they can demonstrate what they know through a variety of modalities such as drawing, typing, voice narration, and video. However, what is sometimes overlooked is the power of the screencast in the hands of teachers. As the new school year begins, consider these three ways to utilize screencasting to facilitate communication and foster a stronger home-school connection.
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Techsmith JING 2017 A full introduction

JING tutorial from one of the people that was involved in testing and piloting the first JING tool. Learn everything you need to know about JING right from the start. This is a really detailed set of videos about how JING works, how you can download it etc. Russell Stannard is a Techmith Recommended Trainer and has been using JING from when it first started back in 2006.
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HyperDrawings: Creating AMAZING Flipped and Blended Learning Activities for Math Class.

HyperDrawings: Creating AMAZING Flipped and Blended Learning Activities for Math Class. | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Over the last few months, Twitter has been erupting with posts from educators that are excited about HyperDocs. However, as I started coaching my teachers in best practices for creating and using HyperDocs, I discovered that Google Drawings seems to be my preferred G Suite app to use for math instruction. There are so many possibilities when it comes to creating amazing flipped or blended learning materials!

HERE’S WHY I PREFER HYPERDRAWINGS:

You can embed YouTube Videos! Yes! Just copy video inserted into Google Slides into your Google Drawing! (See tutorial video below)
You can add the directions and assignments in the blank space next to the canvas.
The canvas is an amazing area for students and teachers to demonstrate understanding, solve problems, create screencasts, and use virtual manipulatives.
You can easily add Bitmoji stickers and clipart by dragging them into the blank space next to the canvas.
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What You Should Know Before Flipping For Flipped Learning

Flipped learning seems to have great potential, but rather than being viewed as the ultimate solution to improved teaching and learning, flipped classrooms should be used as one of many pedagogical tools used. Flipped learning isn’t the holy grail and needs to evolve beyond a one-size-fits-all solution. Only time will tell whether flipped learning permanently rewrites the classroom script that has been used for thousands of years, but the results to date suggest that flipped classrooms allow us to begin to tackle the biggest barriers preventing learners from succeeding in the classroom.

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Flipped Learning 3.0 Webinars

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Flipped Learning 3.0  Webinar Series

The Flipped Learning Global Initiative has designated the new era and paradigm Flipped Learning 3.0.  FLGI is has launched a series of webinars to introduce flipped learning stakeholders to Flipped Learning 3.0. The online sessions will discuss the practical implications for teachers, administrators, tech coaches, flipped learning trainers, consultants, researchers, technology developers and education policy makers. Each session will host Flipped Learning 3.0 innovators with experience in each of the five factors driving the paradigm shift in flipped learning. Each webinar will offer practical steps you can take to be prepared for the future of flipped learning.

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Smart, Effective, Cool: Ways to Set up a Flipped Classroom

Smart, Effective, Cool: Ways to Set up a Flipped Classroom | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Jon Bergmann with Crystal Kirch. You've heard it before, form follows function. Join us as we look at ideal ways to lay out a classroom for flipped learning.

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How to Avoid the 17 Deadly Sins of Flipped Learning Technology Selection

How to Avoid the 17 Deadly Sins of  Flipped Learning Technology Selection | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
This one-hour, free course was created to empower you with the ability to avoid the 17 biggest mistakes educators routinely make when choosing flipped learning technology. When you're done you'll have the ability to distinguish between the good, the bad and the ugly in flipped learning technology. You'll also receive a certificate to prove that you've been trained in this vital skill.
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Flipped Classroom: Bridging the Gap between Pre-Work and In-Class Sessions

Flipped Classroom: Bridging the Gap between Pre-Work and In-Class Sessions | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
One of the challenges of the flipped classroom is building meaningful connections between the pre-work and the in-class sessions. Opponents of the flipped classroom argue that information overload can easily occur in flipped classrooms (Benitez, 2014). Furthermore, while many instructors prefer to use short videos or online modules for the delivery of the pre-work, active learning strategies in the classroom need not be tech heavy. The greatest benefit to using the flipped classroom is the implementation of active learning strategies within the repurposed class time (Michael, 2006; Jensen et al., 2015). The techniques provided here can all be completed in your class with whiteboards, markers, and/or chart paper. In this article, I will share four different strategies that can help your students connect with your classroom pre-work, and embrace a constructivist approach that will help them apply their new knowledge.
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One Simple Way to Screencast with Office Mix

One Simple Way to Screencast with Office Mix | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

A 2-Minute Technology Tip on Screencasting by Vicki Davis (@coolcatteacher). A screencast is when you record the screen. While there are many great options out there, Office Mix is so simple, I’m using it for most screencasting. In this example, students have written a few lines of code in Scratch. Then, they open Office Mix. They use the screen recording tool to capture their program in action. Finally, they make the video and upload it to PowerSchool Learning. This tutorial video shows everything except the uploading process.

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Alison Rostetter's curator insight, January 22, 12:07 PM
I usually use SNAG IT, for which I made a once-in-a-lifetime purchase, but it wasn't that expensive.  I have also used SCREENCAST O COM but that is - in the free version - only for narrating and not recording from your PC.  Obviously, this one needs some trying-out.
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Why Teachers Matter More in a Flipped Classroom

Why Teachers Matter More in a Flipped Classroom | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

The reason Flipped Learning makes teachers more valuable is that it changes the dynamic of the classroom. No longer is content delivery the focus of the class, nor is the teacher’s main responsibility the dissemination of knowledge. Instead, teachers take on the role of a facilitator of learning. They can work with students in small groups and have more one-on-one interactions. The simple act of removing the direct instruction (lecture) from the whole group changes the dynamic of the room and allows the teacher more time to personalize and individualize the learning for each student. Each student gets his/her own education tailored to their individual needs. Instead of a one size fits all education, each student gets just what they need when they need it. So if you are flipping your class, know that your role is more valuable than just a stream of knowledge. You…Connect, Listen, Push, Go Deeper, Laugh, Interact, Inspire, Play, Provoke, Encourage, and Motivate. You are a teacher!

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