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12 Budget-Friendly Video Editing Apps You Can Use For Social Video Social video has become a pivotal part of any content marketing plan. There is a multitude of platforms to host video content for your business: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Vine and Snapchat are all busy competing for video content creators. However, what many marketers find intimidating is the process of video editing—an essential part of getting the high-quality video content to represent your brand. The trouble is that video editing is a) hard, and b) expensive, right? Well, it doesn’t have to be. In this blog post, I’ll share some of the best cheap video editing apps for iOS and Android that anyone can use to make social video content.

11 Alternatives to "Round Robin" (and "Popcorn") Reading Round Robin Reading (RRR) has been a classroom staple for over 200 years and an activity that over half of K-8 teachers report using in one of its many forms, such as Popcorn Reading. RRR's popularity endures, despite overwhelming criticism that the practice is ineffective for its stated purpose: enhancing fluency, word decoding, and comprehension. Cecile Somme echoes that perspective in Popcorn Reading: The Need to Encourage Reflective Practice: "Popcorn reading is one of the sure-fire ways to get kids who are already hesitant about reading to really hate reading." Facts About Round Robin Reading In RRR, students read orally from a common text, one child after another, while the rest of the class follows along in their copies of the text.

Pricing and Plans – Slides Can I cancel at any time? Yes – you can downgrade your account from a paid plan to Free at any time. You’ll still remain Pro up until the days you already paid for run out. The Power of Twitter: Personalized PD At Your Fingertips Have you ever wanted to be in two places at the same time? Do you often feel as if you’re being pulled in three directions? In my roles as teacher, technology staff developer and father of four I frequently feel this way. Download « Algodoo Algodoo is now available as a free download. If you want to support the development of Algodoo you can donate via PayPal below. You can also purchase it from the App Store with all its benefits. Or, you can simply download it for free below, either way is fine with us. How Do I Produce Video for My eLearning Courses? A DIY Guide In this post, we'll be diving into the murky waters of eLearning video. Most of us agree that video is a wonderful tool for aiding the learning process. It's fun, visual, and appeals to more learning styles than a 'rote-learning-read-this-100-times' approach. What's more, according to KZO Innovations, 98% of organizations are predicted to use video by 2016 in their digital learning strategies. So video is useful, widespread, and fun - no downside, right? Not quite.

20 video project ideas to engage students Videos are engaging. They can be a powerful tool to draw students in and connect them to content in innovative ways. Here are 20 ways to do it. In my classroom, video usually equals instant engagement. Students like to record it — especially because many of them get to use their phones for school purposes. But they like to watch them even more, and if those videos are produced by their peers, the interest skyrockets.

EU Code Week - more than just coding, more than just a week Do you know how to code? And do you know why it matters? Last week was the second ever EU code week. With over 3000 events across the EU and beyond, this was by far the most successful such event ever. 4 Great YouTube Channels That Provide Intelligent Content for Students April 5, 2015 For today’s post, we have curated for you 4 interesting YouTube channels to recommend to your students.These popular educational channels feature educative videos ideal for inclusion in classroom instruction. Students can use them independently to expand their knowledge and push the limits of their intellectual curiosity. The content shared on these channels is adequately challenging for students and will definitely benefit their cognitive growth and raise their critical awareness to a wide range of topical subjects. 1- Crash Course In this channel, teachers John and Hank Green provide some excellent video explanations and tutorials on a variety of topics related to World History, Biology, Literature, Ecology, Chemistry, and US History. 2- Minute Physics

How to Insert Videos Into Google Forms Not less than ten minutes after I completed my guide to Creating and Grading Quizzes With Google Forms Google released a major update to Google Forms. There were actually four new features added to Google Forms this afternoon. The best new feature is that you can now create Google Forms that include videos. The other updates include data verification which allows you to require people to prove that they're human before submitting a form, an option to display a custom message when you stop accepting form responses, and a progress meter for people to view as they complete your form.

Recording a Screencast: Do’s and Don’ts – Flirting w/ eLearning I’m always interested in learning more about new tools that are available for e-learning developers, so last weekend I decided to try my hand using the free screencasting tool Screenr! Before I made my first recording, I did a bit of homework into what goes into a great screen recording and I’ve compiled some of the top tips and techniques. Follow these Do’s and Don’ts of screen recording to help you create your own screencast! Select a topic Do have a clear purpose for the screencastDo keep it short and simple If the process is too long, chunk it down and make several short videos.

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