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Tools, resouces, tips and tricks for screencasting in online learning
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Assessment Feedback via Screencast — Examples

Assessment Feedback via Screencast — Examples | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

I wrote a blog post about using Jing to provide assessment feedback to my students. A few readers got back to me and requested examples. In class, I explained to my students that I had blogged about what I was doing, and that some other educators were interested in seeing some examples. I selected a few to share with you here. These are fairly strong essays.The goal of posting the work here is to demonstrate the use of screencasting as an assessment tool. It’s powerful.

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Providing audio feedback for students 3: Create a screencast using BB FlashBack Express

Providing audio feedback for students 3: Create a screencast using BB FlashBack Express | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

In this post we will explore how to provide audio feedback for students using a screencast, and look at two tools available for doing this: Jing and BB Flashback Express. In an earlier post we explained how to provide audio feedback to your students by creating an audio file that you upload to Moodle. We later explained how you can also embed shorter audio files in a Word document, that you then upload as a response file for the student. Another free tool that we have experimented with and find quite user-friendly is BB Flashback Express. This tool has the advantage that there is no limit on recording time.

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The Flipped Classroom: Students Assessing Teachers

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This post has nothing to do with the flipped classroom model of Khan Academy. Instead, I want to tell you about another kind of flipped classroom—in which a teacher flips the concept of formative assessment back on herself. A homemade laminated sign behind my desk announces, "In this classroom, everyone is a teacher and everyone is a student. By using student feedback to plan instruction, teachers can be more responsive to a class' learning needs, says teacher Brianna Crowley.

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Do 'flipped classrooms' get a pass or fail?

Do 'flipped classrooms' get a pass or fail? | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Okanagan Mission Secondary School in Kelowna, B.C., is among the early Canadian adopters of the flipped classroom – a model where students switch around what’s traditionally covered at school and what’s assigned for kids to do at home.
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When Tech Met Ed...: Tech and Ed Play With Web 2.0 Tools: Part 2 Jing and Other Screencasting Tools

When Tech Met Ed...: Tech and Ed Play With Web 2.0 Tools: Part 2 Jing and Other Screencasting Tools | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

When Tech Met Ed...two teachers exploring tech as a tool for instructional purposes and professional development. Jing is a screencasting tool with tons of creative potential in education. It belongs both in the hands of instructors and students across content areas and ages. This post briefly highlights Jing and other screencasting tools as a part of the Tech and Ed Play With Web 2.0 Tools series. It’s my ramblings for one of my special interest technology groups and my students who wonder how I create feedback videos. As previously promised, upcoming posts in this series will highlight Voicethread, online comics, and more web 2.0 tools.

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Flipping with Kirch: "I'm sick of the videos"

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 How do you respond to "I'm sick of the videos" in your #flipclass?

Have you heard your students say this?

I had a conversation with one of my students this week and that was one of his comments. I tried to probe and ask why so I could get some more context and reasons behind it to find out WHY he was "sick of the videos".

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Talking with Students through Screencasting: Experimentations with Video Feedback to Improve Student Learning

Talking with Students through Screencasting: Experimentations with Video Feedback to Improve Student Learning | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Research paper about experimenting with screencasts to provide feedback on student work.

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My Flipped Classroom: The Survey Says....

My Flipped Classroom: The Survey Says.... | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

I spent a lot of time this week talking to anyone who would listen to me about how to make the flipped classroom more successful. I heard, on more than one occasion: "Why not just scrap it. It sounds like a ton of work, and the kids aren't responding positively." My response...I can't do that. I know (and have the data to back it) that this is working. So I decided to survey the students and parents to see what they had to say. Both student and parent responses were overwhelmingly positive!

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Flipped Classroom examples

Math and Technology in the Classroom

“A look at the Flipped Classroom, new innovations in technology for the classroom and math instruction.”

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