Video Preview: How can can I use Camtasia in my classroom?

TeacherCast

Take a tour of the most popular screencasting application for the classroom, Camtasia 9. In this video, you will learn how to create the perfect screencast. The post Video Preview: How can can I use Camtasia in my classroom? appeared first on The TeacherCast Educational Network

Screencasting with Camtasia and Creating Online Courses with Kyte Learning

My Paperless Classroom

In this episode, the TechEducators, welcome TechSmith and Kyte Learning on to discuss the best ways for teachers to create effective screencasts for their students. Additionally, we have the privilege of being the first podcast to get a demonstration of the new version of Camtasia! The TechEducator Podcast is a weekly round table discussion about current topics in educational technology.

The Foundations of Flipping

Kleinspiration

Best Practices for Teaching Today "Kids don''t show up to learn new stuff. They show up to apply the things they''ve learned at home." Additionally, I''ve leveraged the power of Twitter to expand my network and connect with innovative educators around the world.

New TeacherCast #BestInClass Winner: @TechSmith makes #Screencasting and #FlippedClassroom Simple with @Camtasia for Win/Mac

My Paperless Classroom

Learn how to bring simple to create, professional looking videos into your classroom with Camtasia from TechSmith.

Learn how the new @TechSmith SNAGIT can be utilized to create AMAZING Animated GIF’s

My Paperless Classroom

The post Learn how the new @TechSmith SNAGIT can be utilized to create AMAZING Animated GIF’s appeared first on TeacherCast Educational Broadcasting Network. EdTech News ISTE TeacherCast App Spotlight Tech Tools Camtasia Snagit TechSmithThis year TechSmith EDU is offering 2 amazing apps to provide streamlined content creation so you can focus on your students, and not the technology.

Top 3 Reasons to Open Caption your School Videos by @SamPatue

My Paperless Classroom

Learn how to add essential accessibility features to your screencasts such as Close Captioning using Techsmith Camtasia. The post Top 3 Reasons to Open Caption your School Videos by @SamPatue appeared first on TeacherCast Educational Broadcasting Network.

Learning to Learn – From Sabba Quidwai

EdTechTeacher

Tom Daccord and Justin Reich, founders of EdTechTeacher say it best, “Technology should be used in the service of learning.” She saw the ubiquity of technology use for her students and recognized that they learn differently today. This post first appeared at Inside Higher Ed.

Win a Document Camera and a HearALL Assessment Recorder from Learning Resources

Kleinspiration

Records up to 4 hours of audio from reading groups, learning centers, listening and speaking activities, speech therapy and more! The above information was collected from the Learning Resources product site. The above information was collected from the Learning Resources product site.

Let’s Play Matchmaker: Connecting Edtechs & Educators @JuneLabs #edchat #edtechchat

techieMusings

As educators, we all know it’s never simply about finding the perfect tech tool; however, finding and customizing the right tech tool can transform a classroom. I stumbled across Camtasia Studio and bam, I knew I was looking at an answer. Lucky for me, an awesome team of education-focused individuals work at TechSmith (makers of Camtasia). I’m curious to find out and am excited to have hopped on their team as we explore ways to improve educational tools.

Learning in a Digital Age: The myth and the reality

Learning with 'e's

In Learning in a Digital Age: The Myth and the Reality, I present a number of widespread beliefs about elearning, and challenge the provenance, reasoning and application of these theories. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e's. I recently gave a keynote at the eLearning 2.0

The Biggest Give-Away Yet - Thank You Readers and my Personal Learning Network!

Kleinspiration

Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting many of my virtual friends face to face in San Diego at the International Society for Technology in Education Conference. She is a university instructor of continuing education and frequent media guest. Day 5- What did I learn?

An Introduction to Screencasting in the Classroom | Featuring @TechsmithEDU

TeacherCast

Jeff sits down with Jason Valade from Techsmith Education to discuss how easy it is for teachers to be Screencasting in the Classroom for their students. About Techsmith Education. In Jason’s six years as an educator, he continuously tried out new digital tools in his classroom.

Screencasting: Pick the Right Tool for the Job

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

I can create any video I need with Screencastify, Screencastomatic, and Camtasia. For screencasting with students who use G Suite for Education and for schools that block YouTube, Screencastify is the easiest edtech tool for students to use to create their own screencasts as the video can remain in the walled garden space of Google Drive and shared with those who need access. Interesting in Learning More?

#ETTChat: 5 Ways that Screencasting Improves Teaching & Learning – an Interview with Avra Robinson & James Daley

EdTechTeacher

However, easy-to-use, user-friendly apps and browser extensions like Screencastify, Quicktime, Camtasia, and Explain Everything have now made screencasts simple enough for anyone to create, and teachers around the world are beginning to discover what an indispensable tool it can be.

This is Tim

The Playground Advocate

My friend Michelle Green asked me recently to share a vision of what a day in my life as a connected educator looks like for her team''s Connected Educator Month activities.

ThingLink for Video Adds Interactivity

EdTechSandyK

A one year subscription for educators is $35. I used Camtasia Studio on my PC to record the uploaded video while playing it from the AdobeVoice website. Camtasia is not a free program, but there are other screencast recording tools out there that could probably be used. I saved the Camtasia video in mp4 format and uploaded it to YouTube. blended learning Coursera MOOC multimedia online learning ThingLink video virtual learning

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Tuesday Show - Teachers Becoming Their Own Khan Academy

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

While I appreciate the incredible opportunities to learn from the amazing diversity of video recordings from teachers (and students!) In short, the flipped classroom has allowed Stacey to create a supportive, calm, inspiring classroom – a learning space where students can truly thrive.

The Benefits of Google Certification – Level 1, Level 2, Trainer, and Innovator

Shake Up Learning

The post The Benefits of Google Certification – Level 1, Level 2, Trainer, and Innovator appeared first on Shake Up Learning. But I also want to share with you the benefits that others have shared in the Shake Up Learning Community. The Shake Up Learning book would not exist.

My Math Classroom, Flipped: Saving Time & Empowering Learners #WhyITeach @McGrawHillK12

techieMusings

My Math Classroom, Flipped: Saving Time and Empowering Learners , featured on McGraw-Hill Education. It was the summer of 2010, at the Building Learning Communities Conference, that I learned about Camtasia Studio — software that would allow me to create a screencast, edit my video, and produce and share my final product. As soon as I saw a demo of Camtasia, I knew that my classroom would change completely.

10 Tools to Help you Flip Your Classroom

The Electric Educator

I learned by trial and error. Camtasia Studio : The leading screen casting software title on the market. Retails for $299, educators pricing is $179. See what Camtasia can do by viewing one of my screencasts. Snagit : from the makers of Camtasia ( TechSmith ), this screen capture tool allows you to quickly capture a still image of all or part of your screen. for educators. I have also assembled a list of educators on Twitter who are classroom flippers.

I LOVE Bella & Harry Books: Teach Social Studies & Add Augmented Reality to Bring the Books to Life!

Kleinspiration

push play - To learn more about augmented reality, I encourage you to click here and read my introductory post. Then, I could have screen-caseted the video and saved it that way using Camtasia or SnagIt by TechSmith. The Adventures of Bella and Harry!

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8 Secrets To Providing Amazing EdTech Customer Service | By @JeffBradbury | @SamPatue

TeacherCast

I tweeted out a question about Camtasia and Techsmith replied. Be engaged in the education community. EDcamps will be happy to hand out information about an app to participants, but companies should not miss out on the rich opportunity to join the education conversation. Tweet.

Teacher Creativity Skill: Solve a Problem

The Playground Advocate

So one thing we can learn for ourselves and help our students learn is the ability to search for information well on the Internet. If you are teaching these skills to your students, I''d definitely recommend Google Search Education and this infographic as a starting place.

10 Tools to Help you Flip Your Classroom

The Electric Educator

I learned by trial and error. Camtasia Studio : The leading screen casting software title on the market. Retails for $299, educators pricing is $179. See what Camtasia can do by viewing one of my screencasts. Snagit : from the makers of Camtasia ( TechSmith ), this screen capture tool allows you to quickly capture a still image of all or part of your screen. for educators. I have also assembled a list of educators on Twitter who are classroom flippers.

5 Companies to Watch in 2011

The Electric Educator

When I first learned about Prezi I was impressed by the fundamental change it brought to the art of presentations. Then I stumbled upon FYI Learning Online. Their core products Camtasia Studio (screen casting) and Snagit (image capturing) are standard on all of my computers. My podcast series " Google, More than Search " [iTunes link] was created entirely using Camtasia Studio. TechSmith has embraced the educational community by giving away $2.3

Flip your classroom through reverse instruction

The Electric Educator

Here are some of the lessons that I''ve learned: Make sure that you clearly and carefully explain the purpose of reverse instruction to students. Teacher Vodcasting Network (Ning) Educational Vodcasting site created by Aaron Sams and Jonathan Bergman Twitter user?

It is Not a Project to Get Students Talking: Two Tools

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

Caveat : Expect some shenanigans the first time using the backchannel as students move through Maslow''s Heirarchy of Needs and engage in social learning and digital citizenship. Oh, what I want to learn to do!

Filming in Second Life 1

Nik Peachey

Last Sunday, I was lucky enough to make my debut as an educational chat show host on The Consultants-E' s Edunation Island where I interviewed Gavin Dudeney. I've also had some success doing this on a PC with Camtasia Studio 5.

Peer Instruction 3.0 – When students do the teaching…with video

Turn to Your Neighbor

The Neighborhood is a special Turn To Your Neighbor series where we invite innovative educators from around the globe to discuss a variety of education topics. . Turn to Your Neighbor Asks: As the flipped classroom becomes more and more prevalent in education, teachers are finding new ways to use video and screencasts to spark learning. Can a student learn as much from a peer-created video as from an instructor developed video?

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A Hangout On Air about The Flipped Classroom ~ Hawaii Style and Time

mauilibrarian2 in Olinda

A little group of Hawaii educators held a Hangout on Air about The Flipped Classroom last evening. Anne Torige suggested the flipped classroom, for instance, because she was interested in learning more about it. Mitch follows the flipped learning model closely and he''s very happy with the results. 21:51] Michael Fricano II spoke about Flipping Your Faculty Meetings , Camtasia by TechSmith , and TodaysMeet. [36:27]

2012 Edublog Award Nominations

EdTechSandyK

My 2012 Edublog Award Nominations Are: Best Individual Blog: Cool Cat Teacher by Vicki Davis Vicki not only blogs about education and educational technology, but she also shares her personal struggles balancing family and professional life. As a huge proponent of teaching students to produce positive digital footprints, George can point to his own blog as an example of what it means to contribute positively to the greater education community.

Ignite Student Passions with Genius Hour

Graphite Blog

Do you remember the days when learning was fun? Jakes Passion projects capture the joy of learning while integrating content areas of reading, writing, and oral communication. We talked about things that made us happy and explored the "what-ifs" of being educators.

Time Pressure, Mistakes, and Hand Raising

techieMusings

We didn’t have time for the lively, thoughtful discussion that’s necessary to developing higher logic thinking (not to mention where the real fun and ‘secret’ learning happens). That summer, I went to a technology conference and learned about Camtasia Studio – a screen capture tool that would allow me to record my screen and audio with rich editing features. It allows me the opportunity to listen to their discussions and see them take ownership for their learning.

Ignite Student Passions with Genius Hour

Graphite Blog

Do you remember the days when learning was fun? Jakes Passion Projects capture the joy of learning while integrating content areas of reading, writing, and oral communication. Passion Projects also have the power to change the climate of your classroom as students learn more about each other and their interests. This concept of intentional time spent on projects of interest quickly morphed into the Genius Hour movement in education.

Teacher Recommended: 50 Favorite Classroom Apps

MindShift

Educators and students are quickly becoming more comfortable with classroom technology, allowing them to shift from thinking about the technical side of integrating a new tool to focusing on how it improves learning. Tellagami : This app has long been a favorite of many educators.

How to Prep like a Rockstar

My Paperless Classroom

Next week I will be sharing a unique learning space with a bunch of great teachers. We will also be talking about the pedagogy of asynchronous instruction and the many ways "flipped" tools can support learning in a traditional class environment; our session is called "Flipping on the FlightDeck." Prepping for Learning at a Tech Conference 1. Make Room for Learning. PD best practices Just a few tips for successful learning in a conference space.

Insight from iTouch Initiative

wwwatanabe

The best site I learned about is I Education Apps Review. They would use a PO to buy bulk purchases straight to Apple which would automatically qualify them for the 50% educator discount. They had to educated the teachers on how to backup their Apps (especially before reimaging the computers over the summer). They also learned how to stream video from Discovery ED. They also used Camtasia a lot because it would convert it for them.

5 Ways to Use Screencasting to Build Stronger Home-School Connections – From Avra

EdTechTeacher

Educators can bring these communication tools to life by screencasting themselves reading the letters or narrating the navigation of a website. Techsmith’s Snagit and Camtasia are also wonderful paid options for screencasts. This post first appeared on Daily Genius.