One of the most effective ways we can help you share what your students are doing is through video. The theme of this month's newsletter is "Celebrate and Share," and we have cameras ready. Sharing how you use technology with your classes spreads the word to other educators about what great tools are available. Video can also provide examples of how students are learning in new and unique ways. Maybe you have a lesson using technology that you wouldn't mind sharing with colleagues and even the world, but you don't have the equipment to record it. No problem. We can make it happen.
Just give one of us a call or an e-mail (Mark, Jim or Kit). We will work with you to set up a date for recording, and can put together a video to share what you're doing. Videos can be uploaded to online services like YouTube, Facebook, Google+ and Vimeo for others to see. It is a perfect way to network and show off what you do, as well as learn from others.
No other medium these days is as effective nor as popular of a learning tool as video, and we'd like to help you to facilitate its use in various ways. Not just by recording you and your classes, but also through screencasting (video tutorials). We can offer tools to get you started in flipping your classroom and using video to help your students learn both inside and outside of the classroom. We can teach you how to create a screencast and where to post it so your students can see your videos from any device anywhere. If video is a window to the world, then we are your windows to using video in your classrooms and to show off your use of technology to others. As of this post, we have already recorded three teachers who are doing great things with their students. Just take a look at this month's featured video for one example, and one below is our latest. We would like you to be next.