Have you ever started a story about something that happened, something exciting, that didn’t quite translate? Or, have you ever used the phrase, “Well, I guess you just had to be there?”
If so, this month is for you. We’re going to focus our series on Video for teachers and students. We’ll be sharing some ideas on using the camera with your students as a jumping off point. You can remix those camera clips into short productions using Clips or iMovie. We’ll explore using Explain Everything (or the Seesaw whiteboard) as a tool to teach or assess as part of the class routine.
This series is wide open for ideas and implementation and we want to encourage you to share your ideas in the comments each week. Leave a note with an idea, a tip, or an experience to help give perspective and build up one another.
We’ll kick off the series next week, so be sure to watch for the post on Facebook, Twitter, and the Friday newsletter. If you want to be notified when it’s published, you can sign up for email alerts in the subscription box on the right side of any page on the blog.
The featured photo for this post is by Mael BALLAND on Unsplash.