指定看Youtube的開始時間與結束時間 This is a tutorial on how to link to only a certain Part of Youtube video from a specific starting point to end point. You may ask why should I link to only a part of a Youtube video? Let’s say you were watching a Youtube and found a particular scene amusing and wanted to share just that scene with your friends. Usually, when you share a link, your friends will be forced to see the whole video from beginning to end and they may not have the patience to go to the scene. Sometimes in your blog, you may want to redirect your viewers only to a certain part of a video. How to Use Pixiclip to Create Instructional Videos Pixiclip is a free tool for creating simple instructional videos. I featured it in the Practical Ed Tech newsletter a couple of weeks ago and a handful of people replied to me with questions about it. To answer those questions I recorded the video that is embedded below. A few things to note about Pixiclip before you start using it. First, it seems to have some problems recording correctly on Surface Pro tablets.
How To Create A Test That Grades Itself Using Google Forms How To Create Self Grading Assessments With Google Forms Google Forms isn’t the first thing you think of when you think of assessment. It’s not especially elegant, it won’t wow students, and the learning curve isn’t as mild as it might be. But with a little bit of work on the front-end, Google Forms can return the favor in spades on the back-end in the form of self-grading assessments. While there isn’t an app (yet) that can uncover the true nuance of understanding, if you’re using multiple-choice assessments–even just as pre and summative assessments–this trick can save you time, allowing the real potential of assessment to shine through in consistently extracting data to revise planned instruction. Mike Reading from Google Apps For Edu gives the following itemized rundown on how to use Google Forms to accomplish exactly that in the video below.
AZ Screen Recorder - Create Screencasts on Your Android Device AZ Screen Recorder is a fantastic free app for creating screencasts on your Android phone or tablet. Unlike a lot of Android screencasting apps AZ Screen Recorder does not require you to have root access to your device nor does it require you to mirror to another device to record. To create a screencast with AZ Screen Recorder on your Android device simply install it then open it and tap the record icon. You will see a three second countdown timer appear on your screen and then you'll be recording. 10 free tools for creating infographics For all the importance we place on text, it's an indisputable fact that images are processed in the brain faster than words. Hence the rise and rise of the infographic which, at its best, transforms complex information into graphics that are both easy to grasp and visually appealing. No wonder magazine readers and web visitors love the best infographics.
dottotech Explain Everything A really unique and powerful whiteboard and annotation tool, Explain Everything runs on Windows, IOS and Do you want more videos with Steve?Click here to subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Check out Steve's excellent online free workshopsDo you want to learn more about EVERNOTE?Here is a free 5 Resources To Make Your Next Presentation Pop Perhaps you are like me and have to sit through presentations often. Sometimes they are great. You can tell the presenter put a lot of thought into what they want to talk about and it feels like they really know their stuff. The slides they use are engaging and help reinforce the story that’s being told. But then there are those times that are the complete opposite...
A Rubric to Grade Students iPad Projects July, 2014 Today's post features a practical rubric to use in class to grade your students iPad projects. This rubric ,which I learned about through Techchef4u, is created by Lisa and Mrs. Greathouse to help them "ensure that students would not just do the bare minimum while rewarding those who went above and beyond". As you can see below, the rubric features 4 key criterion to base your grading on. These are content, writing process, layout, and graphics. Each of these criterion is assessed against a scale from 1 point (incomplete) to 4 points (exemplary).
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 8 Excellent Blended Learning Tools for Teachers September 25, 2015In its basic and simplest definition, blended learning is an instructional methodology, a teaching and learning approach that combines face-to-face classroom methods with computer mediated activities to deliver instruction. The strengths of this instructional approach is its combination of both face to face and online teaching methods into one integrated instructional approach. In today's post, we are sharing with you a set of some useful web tools you can use for blended learning:1- Blubbr Blubbr is a cool web tool that allows users to create quizzes around YouTube videos. These are basically interactive video quizzes ( called Trivs ) that you can create for your students and which they can answer while they watch the selected video clip. The quizzes are also feedback supported meaning students will get feedback as they answer each question.
21 Things Every 21st Century Teacher Should Do This Year The Past mixing with the Future #selfie A new school year always brings about new ideas and hopeful ambition for teachers. However, it’s almost 2015. Gone are the days when we can use the excuse that “we don’t do technology”. ouLearn on YouTube Take a look at a selection of BBC and The Open University co-productions from the past year, including ‘Old School with The Hairy Bikers’, ‘Countdown to Life: The Extraordinary Making of You’, ‘The Prosecutors’, ‘Exodus’, ‘Building Cars Live’ and ‘The Hunt’. The OU has worked with the BBC for half a century, find out more about our broadcast co-productions and more here TV and radio programmes from The Open The BBC And The OU: Inspiring For more like this subscribe to the Open University