1. The Flipped Classroom Explained - Aaron Sams (22 minutes)
2. Pro's and con's of flipped learning.
4. Khan Academy- One of the most popular places for homework help in math and other areas is the Khan Academy. Created by Salman Khan, he spends a couple of minutes explaining difficult topics in videos posted on the site. In 2012, Khan added the "Practice" element of the site, where teachers can create accounts, add students, and assign practice problems that go with the video lessons. This is definitely a great resource for pointing students for additional help.
5. EdPuzzle has a very large library of educational videos that you can use and crop to fit your classroom needs
6. Playposit is an easy-to-use tool that lets teachers add interactivity to streaming video content from popular sites like YouTube and Vimeo. Insert reflective pauses, links to external sites, or questions.
7. Teachem is a quick way to personalize videos for your classroom. Begin by creating a class, then upload a YouTube video and add your own edits to meet your instruction needs.
8. The Online Schools Guidebook is a resource for learning more about online learning, choosing the best online school, benefits of online learning and tips for success in an online school
FREE Video tools:
1. screenr - records your screen and tweet it out. Records audio and provides an embed code for your web page.
2. Here are some tips from TechSmith (creators of Jing) on how to do a good screencast. You will find some useful ideas here no matter which software option you choose.
3. Vimeo is a good free resource for storing your videos on the web. You can set privacy levels, generate a link to your video, browse videos, and upload videos you make in WeVideo (see below) as well.
4. Editing: For a place to edit your videos, add images, and create an amazing movie - try WeVideo. Drag and drop your video, add voiceover, images, etc.
5. Snagit for Chrome - Techsmith's free product for taking screenshots on a Chromebook
COST Video Tools:
1. Camtasia Studio (PC & Mac) A full suite of professional tools that records your screen, turns PowerPoint into video, use call outs, transitions, hotspots, quizzing features, titles, picture-in-picture (and produced by the same company TechSmith that created and provides Jing).
2. ScreenFlow (Mac only) Publish directly to YouTube, has a range of 2D and 3D transitions, audio ducking and audio detach, callouts, picture-in-picture, and output to Flash.
3. iMovie- Provided only on Apple Computer or ios devices.
Editing and Producing Your Videos
There are several resources which help you in editing and producing your videos.
- Masher is a site which lets you upload, mix and edit your photos, images, or video clips online.
Mobile apps are available to edit your videos on the go as well. Some do have a cost.
- Android: Magisto, Viddy, Qik Video, Splice, Socialcam, Andromedia Video Editor.
- iPhone and iPad: Magisto, Montaj, Viddy, Cute CUT, Qik Video, Cinefy, VideoGrade, Splice, ReelDirector, Socialcam, Video Edit.
- Hosting: Your video can be uploaded to SchoolTube, TeacherTube, YouTube, Vimeo, mybrainshark, or other hosting locations.
Upload and edit videos within YouTube using its editing feature. With the editor, you can trim and combine videos, add photos, titles, text, audio, effects, and more. The editor has a convenient resource for music and videos licensed under Creative Commons. Visit the YouTube Video Editor help page or watch this tutorial to get you started.