Teach with Tech Screenr.com is a very handy web-based application that allows you to instantly create screen casts using its website as the main interface. The pieces that make this site very interesting are: Ability to export/download video to MP4 file.Seamlessly upload video to YouTube.comUpdated Embed code that allows your videos to be played on Ipods and Ipads.Quick and easy social media buttons that allow you to share your video with many sites. This is a great web-based application that I will be using on a full-time basis. The videos are clear and in HD, and sound great. After you have exported them to YouTube.com you can easily add them to Angel as in the previously posted video, “Two Ways to Add Video to Angel” 50 Of The Best Podcasts For High School Students - 50 Of The Best Podcasts For High School Students by Dennis Lee, StudyPug.com This post is the first part to a 3-part series entitled “250 things any high school student must learn”.
Best Higher Education Podcasts (November, 2015) Times Higher Education At the heart of higher education debate. Times Higher Education podcasts bring you news and interviews from the world of academia. Admissions Straight Talk App Inventor Get Started Follow these simple steps to build your first app. Tutorials Step-by-step guides show you how to build all kinds of apps.
5-Minute Film Festival: 8 Podcasts for Learning We are currently experiencing a renaissance of audio-only content not seen since the dawn of radio. Thanks to the ubiquity of mobile devices, we can bring amazing shows to our ears anywhere, anytime -- and resourceful educators are finding ways to use these podcasts in the classroom to engage their students. Below is a small selection of my favorites. As with all materials, please preview anything you plan to share with students -- these were produced for a general audience and may contain adult-oriented language or content. But I believe there is rich fodder for powerful learning experiences to be found here.
Tech Tools by Subject and Skills Every year, so many new technology tools for teachers are launched into the market that it can be nearly impossible to keep up with them all. In order to keep you up-to-date with the latest and greatest educational tech tools, our team of edtech specialists has put together this list of the best edtech resources and technology tools for teachers. Clicking on the links below will take you to hundreds of apps, websites, extensions, and more. Why Podcasts Like 'Serial' Are Helping English Teachers Encourage Literacy Two years ago, I was practically begging a student to read a novel in my high-school English class. This isn’t an unusual problem. The girl, who’s a relatively bright, college-bound athlete, told me that she “just gets too distracted after five minutes” of reading. When she promised that she would listen to the audiobook of the novel on the team bus that afternoon, I was less than enthused.
50 Of The Best Podcasts For High School Students - 50 Of The Best Podcasts For High School Students by Dennis Lee, StudyPug.com This post is the first part to a 3-part series entitled “250 things any high school student must learn”. High school is perhaps one of the biggest turning points of a person’s life. Sure, there’s still college after that, but not everyone gets the chance to move that stage forward. Podcasts You can subscribe and listen to our collection on iTunes or SoundCloud where you can discover more about current productions and celebrated theatre-makers. There are individual vodcasts of popular Platform events available to stream and download as well as special collections such as the King James Bible readings. For more information on individual collections click here.
4 Theatre Podcasts You Should Check Out I’ve always been a bit hot and cold when it comes to podcasts. Sometimes I’m all for them and other times I’m not. I think this is because there are so many out there and you can’t be sure on the quality and I guess, in the past, some have let me down. There are so many, on every conceivable topic so it’s hard to narrow down exactly what it is you are looking for.
Broadway Has Your Ear! 8 Theatre Podcasts You Should Be Listening To - Playbill.com In the digital age of 2015, podcasts are all the rage with episodes readily available on iPhones, mobile devices and tablets. Playbill.com spotlights the podcasts you should be listening to for your daily dose of theatre. Click through to read about (and listen to) podcasts that focus on theatre, the Broadway industry, New York City cabaret scene and more. Broadway Radio's This Week on Broadway
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Three Creative Podcasts for Your Next Critical Thinking Lesson - Reasoning Mind While a murder case on the internet radio might sound like the last thing a teacher would use to support the implementation of Common Core in a high school classroom, the widely popular podcast “Serial” has instead served to foster critical thinking skills and engagement in the classroom for Michael Godsey’s students. Teachers can even buy the lesson plans he created at Teachers Pay Teachers. Here are 3 other podcasts that can spur engagement and analytical thinking in your classroom: For the Science Teacher: “Invisibilia- How to Become Batman” The story of Daniel Kish is amazing, but he thinks it shouldn’t be.