Sometime in the future I plan to get into the fine points of creating and using video for class (and peer) instruction. I’m still in the experimental stages, but have definitely been convinced of the handiness of some basic video editing software, a flip video, and the ever handy vimeo.com.
Personal geek hero of mine, [...]
I found this embedded on Karl Fischs’ wonderful blog “The Fischbowl” and it pertains to side conversations we’re having in our district.
What’s interesting is that our conversations have focused more on the question of “who owns the content”? That is, who owns, who can copyright, content developed by teachers and used with [...]
Dan Myer opines that stock photo + quote = tacky lameness. I suppose from a purely intellectual stance he might have a point.
But sometimes we teachers love tackiness.
Scott Mcleod, technoedu evangalist supreme apostle, puts one up every week. Monday’s feature:
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