Virtual Class Today! So you can particpate anywhere with a computer and an Internet Connection. Please log in at least 10 minutes before 6pm.
Login here to participate.(might need to download a program before you can launch) I will be at the Reston Center if you prefer to be in the lab with me (for extra tech support).
Make sure your group’s Digital Story is posted onto your Blogs. Please pick someone to represent to group to talk about process during our virtual session.
Camstudio (Windows only) – free software to capture your computer screen
Screenr – free online software to capture your computer screen
Knovio – easily add narration and video to an existing PPT
TED-ED – Lessons worth sharing
Greenshot – free software to capture your computer screenshot (still images)
Pixlr – free online software to edit photos/images
iPadio – podcast via your phone
Quicktime (MAC only) – Free screen capturing
Educreations – Educreations turns your iPad into a recordable whiteboard.
Flipped Lesson Samples –
Phases of Matter – Physics
Finding Area – Pre Algebra
Podcast Samples –
Poetry – 2nd grade
Weather Forecast – 4th grade
Weather Facts – 4th grade
TIGER Beat Sports – 4th grade
Check out the example of the lesson planning tool on TED-Ed @ http://ed.ted.com/on/TV4tnUj3 This is a resource and format that could help you start to Flip your classroom.
Read Podcasting article “Enhanced Podcasts” and explore and listen to at least one of the podcasts on EdReach or BAM! Radio EdTech sites
Provide a short summary (on your personal course blog) of the EdReach podcast you listen to. Are podcasts something you would consider for professional learning in the future?
Post 2 responses on your blog/class preparation:
– Watch at least 2 of the TED talks below and create a post (on your personal blog) with a reaction/reflection for 1 of them.
Sugata Mitra: Build a School in the Cloud
Salman Khan: Let’s use video to reinvent education
TEDxNYC – Dan Meyer: Math class needs a makeover
Ken Robinson: How to escape education’s death valley
Andrew Blum: What is the Internet, really?
David Christian: The history of our world in 18 minutes
TEDxWarwick – Doug Belshaw – The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies
TEDxPhilly – Chris Lehmann – Education is broken
Not a TED – but still relevant – BRAIN POWER: From Neurons to Networks
– Provide a short summary (on your personal course blog) of the EdReach or BAM! Radio podcast you listened to and answer this question, Are podcasts something you would consider for professional learning in the future?
– Explore your classmates blogs and post a comment on at least two blogs.
*Bring Headsets or Laptops for Podcast/Flipped Lesson Worksession. This class will be your only in-class time to work on this assignment.