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Tools, resouces, tips and tricks for screencasting in online learning
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Flipped Learning | Turning Learning on It's Head!

Flipped Learning | Turning Learning on It's Head! | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

The notion behind this website is to turn learning upside down. It is the personal blog/website of Jon Bergmann. Jon is a teacher, educational coach, and writer who has had the privilege of helping educators around the world reconsider what education can look like. He, along with Aaron Sams, are considered two of the pioneers in the Flipped Class Movement. The co-wrote the book on the Flipped Classroom.

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Benefits of Screencasting with iPads « 'Ro'flections

Benefits of Screencasting with iPads « 'Ro'flections | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

I previously wrote a post titled, Do Screencasts Have a Place in the Math Classroom? where I pointed out that many teachers seem to like the idea of screencasting but I haven’t really seen it fully implemented in classroom to the extent where students create their own screencasts. I also asked the question Why? Why isn’t screencasting being implemented in the math classroom? Is it too difficult? Too time-consuming? Well today I was able to have some of my questions answered when I worked with a grade 5 teacher that was able to easily create screencasts with her students using tablet technology.

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Mr. Kremer's Blog: Using Screencasting

Mr. Kremer's Blog: Using Screencasting | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

I've been experimenting with having my students create screencasts using the ScreenChomp app on ipads. I've been overall pleased with the way that my students have produced these screencasts and think that it is providing some powerful metacognition. Includes example of a 7th grader's screencast on basic geometric figures and 8th grader's screencast on using proportions to solve.

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BLC11 Keynote: Dr. Eric Mazur | November Learning

BLC11 Keynote: Dr. Eric Mazur | November Learning | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Opening keynote from BLC11 with Dr. Eric Mazur. Dr. Mazur is the Area Dean of Applied Physics and Balkanski Professor of Physics and Applied Physics at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. In his keynote, Dr. Mazur shares his vast research on teaching and learning. Students in Dr. Mazur’s class are moving far away from the traditional stand and deliver lectures given in many k-12 and university classrooms around the world, and they are gaining a much deeper understanding of the material being taught in the process.

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Screencasting

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After completing this module, you will be able to do the following:

1) Create videos using Jing and Screencorder.
2) Describe the differences in file formats.
3) Apply best practices to using videos for instructional purposes
4) Use videos in a variety of teaching scenarios for different purposes.

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Daily Mac App: Camtasia 2

Daily Mac App: Camtasia 2 | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

TechSmith's Camtasia for Mac received an update this week to version 2.0, and the improvements made an already good screencasting app even better. To start with, TechSmith listened to feedback and redesigned the user interface for the editor. It's easier to use now, with less searching for the tools that you need to apply to your screencasts. There's a new blur effect so you can hide private information on a screen, and the app is now anywhere from 40 to 60 percent faster in terms of production time...

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Meet the ScreenFlow-er: Chip Dizard | The Screening Room

Meet the ScreenFlow-er: Chip Dizard | The Screening Room | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Great advice about screencasting in this interview with Chip Dizard. Chip truly is a video producer, editor, blogger, speaker, and a teacher … he’s done a bit of everything including video production, web, and application development. Chip is a long-time ScreenFlow user, which he uses for screencasts for his impressive number and variety of projects. "Are there processes you’ve changed as you’ve gotten more experienced? I have really used my experience as a teacher to focus on objectives. Every tutorial should have a mastery objective and I incorporate Blooms taxonomy in my tutorials. I also focus on pedagogy as many people produce video tutorials, but my ultimate goal is for my students/viewers to get to the ‘why’ and not just ‘how’ to do a certain task."

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Flip the Classroom – Screencasting Resources | Mr. Walker's Technology Blog

Flip the Classroom – Screencasting Resources | Mr. Walker's Technology Blog | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Are you considering the implementation of the flipped classroom? The process of flipping the classroom involves a paradigm shift in what constitutes class work and homework. When a classroom is flipped the students receive direct instruction at home typically through the use of multimedia. When students return to class the next day they are able to apply what they have learned by working on questions, problems, or tasks that would typically be assigned for homework. There are a number of instructional benefits to this process. You can read an earlier blog posting I have written on the topic here or take a look at my wiki page on the topic. My observations have been very positive. I would like to share some of the tools that are available to create multimedia files that can be used to provide direct instruction online.

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Screenr - Jimstutorials: An introduction to screencasting with Jing

Screenr - Jimstutorials: An introduction to screencasting with Jing | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

An introduction to screencasting with Jing by Jimstutorials. Includes a short explanation that explains differences between Jing and Screenr related to privacy for giving feedback to students. Screenr is a public page but Jing is private unless you decide to share it. Screenr is web-based and doesn't require a download.

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screencasts

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Okay, so you don’t have to show me the money, but I am excited about the new app that I found for the Ipad called “Show Me“. “ShowMe” is a global learning community – a place where anyone can learn or teach anything. Our mission is to make learning as accessible as possible, while giving great teachers and experts a platform to reach even more students.

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Camtasia for Mac Updates with Annotations, Effects, and New Editing Tools to Spice Up Your Screencasts

Camtasia for Mac Updates with Annotations, Effects, and New Editing Tools to Spice Up Your Screencasts | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Mac: Camtasia Studio was one of your favorite screencasting tools, and TechSmith, the company behind the app, updated the Mac version today to version 2.0, which includes new annotations for your screencasts and videos, blur effects so you can obscure sensitive information, visual effects to add some interest, and more.

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My Flipped Classroom: The "Talk" Blog post by Delia Bush

My Flipped Classroom: The "Talk" Blog post by Delia Bush | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

After my meeting with my principal, I came into class on Monday and had "the talk" with the students. Our conversation Monday focused on the how I see things running right now, and how I envision them in my happy little dream world. I also was very honest about what my goal is for our math class. We also talked about how I envision the class running, when it is running perfectly. I have them for about an hour, so in that hour I want to spend:
* 10 minutes going over questions from the video from the previous night
* 15 - 45 minutes of independent work (they work on the old homework, I walk around helping kids)
* 15 - 30 minutes of extensions

My comment: This is a great blog to follow as the author, Delia Bush, shares her learning and progress with flipping her classroom.

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A List of Some of The Best Free Screencasting Tools to Record your Screen and Make Awesome Tutorials

A List of Some of The Best Free Screencasting Tools to Record your Screen and Make Awesome Tutorials | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Have you ever wondered how video tutorials are made ? You might be wrong and think it needs advanced technology knowledge to do them. It is in fact way easier than you have ever thought. The tools below will enable you to make your screencast and broadcast it to the world to see it. Screencasting is all about sharing your screen with others, not in real time ,of course, but in a short or long recorded videos.
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Reverse Instruction: A Tale Of Two Students and Active Skill Learning

Reverse Instruction: A Tale Of Two Students and Active Skill Learning | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
A look at the learning science behind flipping the classroom, through the lens of a fictional tale.

Last week we were introduced to Kieran Mathieson and the CoreDogs approach to the flipped classroom. This week we further explore the resources Mathieson has made available through CoreDogs, and how to leverage Reverse Instruction techniques to improve student learning outcomes.

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My Flipped Classroom: A Couple of Exciting Events!-Delia Bush

My Flipped Classroom: A Couple of Exciting Events!-Delia Bush | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Another exciting update from Delia Bush. The last week of break brought two interesting and exciting events to my flipped classroom. First, I found out that I received $1,100 from our Kenowa Hills Education Foundation to help purchase technology for my flipped classroom. The second bit of excitement happened when a reporter from our local newspaper paid a visit to my classroom because he wanted to know more about the flipped classroom.

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New iPad App Lets Any Teacher Be Like Sal Khan | Edudemic

New iPad App Lets Any Teacher Be Like Sal Khan | Edudemic | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

The Educreations iPad app, which launched this week as a free download in the App Store (iTunes link), transforms the tablet into an interactive whiteboard that records a teacher’s voice and handwriting as they explain a concept or work through an example problem. Teachers can add photos to their lessons from the iPad’s Photo Library or camera, or a Dropbox account, and they can animate the photos by tapping and dragging. Finished lessons are hosted on educreations.com, where they can be shared privately with a class of students or publicly with everyone.

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Screen Casting

Screencasting for Libraries Instructional Technology Frontiers: Roundtable Discussion on Emerging Technologies & Library Instruction LiSUG 2009 Carleen Huxley Assistant Librarian SUNY JCC

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Moving at the Speed of Creativity - Create Clever Information Traps with Zoo Tool, Posterous, & ifttt

Moving at the Speed of Creativity - Create Clever Information Traps with Zoo Tool, Posterous, & ifttt | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Not only a great example of a screencast but some amazing advice about managing our socially networked lives by Wes Fryer. Living as we do in a sea of digital information, we all need to set and manage clever “information traps.” The reason is simple: Every day we encounter useful, digital “stuff” we want to save for later and in many cases share with others. In this post, I’ll describe how to use Zoo Tool, Posterous, ifttt (if this then that) and email to create an information trap which takes a link and simultaneously:

saves it to Diigo (my primary social bookmarking site)saves it to a “quick blog” I created on Posterous for stuff I’m reading (wesread.posterous.com) Subscribes to the blog or site in my Google Reader if it has an available RSS feedTweets out the link if I choose to share it with a special tag (zt for “zoo tool”)

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Screencasting iPad app & web interface combination: EduCreations | Technology with Intention

Screencasting iPad app & web interface combination: EduCreations | Technology with Intention | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

This post is an introduction and evaluation of EduCreations new iPad screencasting app. This is a companion post to the previous reviews, Screencasting Apps for the iPad (September 2011).

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Five Ways to Flip Your Classroom With The New York Times

Five Ways to Flip Your Classroom With The New York Times | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Suggestions for how to deliver content at home that students can engage with when they come to class. The Learning Network: Teaching & Learning with the New York Times By HOLLY EPSTEIN OJALVO and SHANNON DOYNE

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Screenr - Jimstutorials: Using Jing to give feedback

Screenr - Jimstutorials: Using Jing to give feedback | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Using Jing to give feedback by Jimstutorials. Excellent demonstration of a way to give feedback on a written assignment submitted by a student by highlighting specific text and adding your audio feedback. Especially good for formative feedback to help students improve their writing.

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Screenr - englishraven: Jason Renshaw Screencasting Tips: Using storyboards to plan your screencasts

Screenr - englishraven: Jason Renshaw Screencasting Tips: Using storyboards to plan your screencasts | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Screenr | Instant screencasts: Just click record. Screenr’s web-based screen recorder makes it a breeze to create and share your screencasts around the web. Just click the record button, capture your screen & voice, and share the link. Jason Renshaw Screencasting Tips: Using storyboards to plan your screencasts
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Screencasting 101 | K12 Online Conference-Lorna Costantini

Screencasting 101 | K12 Online Conference-Lorna Costantini | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

This presentation is suited to those new to screencasting. Viewers will learn how to use screencasting to become a “Teacher on Demand.” This session will guide viewers through the use of screencasts to deliver engaging content for online learning as well as learning extensions in face-to-face classrooms. They will discover the advantages of recorded tutorials, illustrated lessons and just-in-time learning using screen recording software including many free online tools. Viewers will be able to apply these concepts to creating their own online instructions and presentations for and with their students. The free screen recording software Jing will be featured in this course. You will also be introduced to the concept of the “flipped classroom” and examples of how it is being used.

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The Flipped Classroom: Using class time for learning, not presentation

The Flipped Classroom: Using class time for learning, not presentation | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
I write a lot about teachniques (just coined that phrase, how do you like it?) to get students more interactive and engaged in your courses. But a lot of teachers aren’t sure how to take the time to do those activities given how much content there is to cover. As you might be aware, one method that’s been developed to address the time issue is to take a lot of the content “coverage” out of class, leaving classtime for working on a deeper understanding of that content. This is called the “Flipped classroom,” since the lecture is moved to homework, and homework and other ways to practice the content is moved to classtime.
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15 Flipped Classrooms We Can Learn From | Online College Tips – Online Colleges

15 Flipped Classrooms We Can Learn From  | Online College Tips – Online Colleges | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

While there are some obvious drawbacks to this method, more and more teachers are trying it out. Many have found it to be quite successful in improving student grades and comprehension, though many caution it's not right for every teacher or every classroom. Whether you love the idea or think it's crazy, it's definitely worth learning more about. Check out these stories of schools, from elementary to college, who have given flipped classrooms a go, often with amazing results. It may motivate you to try it yourself or might open your mind to the new possibilities tech offers educators. 

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