I attended this session at ISTE, and I cannot lie, I was floored. The session wasn’t near long enough to cover everything in it, so presenter Steve Dembo encouraged us to return and process what we could on our own time. Summertime TV is the perfect opportunity for me to do that. I say so […]
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Posted in Conferences on Jul 2nd, 2014
I very much enjoyed a fellow Google Certified Teacher Tinashe Blanchet’s Exhibit Hall session at the Google Booth during ISTE 2014. Titled “7 Ways Rock Star Teachers Use Youtube!“, it allowed me to walk away rethinking my own use of Youtube. Even from the library, I should step up my presence there, and add more student […]
I’m a big fan of using online videos in my presentations, but I’ve found that I talk way too much (mostly “um’s”) and have a tendency to run short on time. But when I’ve selected a video to include, I usually allow the whole thing to play, or at least play through a certain point […]
Haven’t tried it myself, but KickYouYube seems to be one of the latest greatest ways to get a YouTube off the ever blocked YouTube site for school. I’m certainly going to give it a try. It seems every week someone is asking me how to snag a YT video for school since they cant access […]
More and more we are hearing about it, seeing it on the news, and reading about it in blogs, newspapers, and our professional journals. Students, even very young ones, carry cell phones. And the very newest phones are equipped with many tools, particularly video cameras and internet access, which in my mind is a VERY […]