In this edWebinar, Shannon Holden explores the features of two of the most popular video creation tools—Powtoon and Biteable.
Join us to learn how video helps teach K-12 students effectively and efficiently. You will come away with new ways to use video for teaching
You don’t need fancy equipment or a video expert on staff to create great content. All you need is something you carry with you every day – your smartphone! In this webinar, you will learn how to tell your school’s story with do-it-yourself video
In this webinar, Andrew Haley, a former educator and now an Education Specialist with Telestream and Ben Barnholdt, a high school film teacher at Whitney High School in Rocklin, CA will cover the basics of starting a live streaming program, sharing their insights and experiences with this new video broadcasting technology.
Join us for a webinar designed to give educators across the secondary curriculum insights into how documentary films by students can engage learners in the pursuit of global understanding, explorations of globally relevant issues, and ultimately serve as a catalyst for meaningful action.
Feel overwhelmed? Pulled in too many directions? Supposed to be in more than one place at once? Try video instruction! In this webinar, educators shared their experiences with using video as an instructional tool.
Jen Townsend, an educational consultant, shared how she uses video with some time-saving tools to provide effective feedback, professional development, and much more to educators who want to maximize their practices to enhance learning for students with autism spectrum disorder and social learning differences.
One of the best things about open educational resources is that anyone can make them! It can seem like quite a daunting task to create OER from scratch. In this webinar, educators learned how to create OER using materials they already have.
Re-designed Learning efforts are underway in Southeastern Iowa to re-design the K-12 classroom into 21st Century Learning Spaces. The learning spaces are specifically designed to promote both collaborative and personalized learning though the use of technology.
In this webinar for the edWeb.net How Video Empowers Education community, presenter Shannon McClintock Miller, District Teacher Librarian and Technology Integrationist, showed how she integrates video into her library and school using digital tools, creative projects, and global connections. She shared how her students are creating and sharing eBookTalks, using augmented reality and QR codes to make interactive activities and displays of their book covers and book reviews.