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Screencasting

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Mandy Nelson

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FREE Screen Recording for Student Learning, Staff PD and Parent Training Mandy Nelson
nelsonm@district90.org
District 90- River Forest, IL What are some examples of using screencasting for staff training? You can record what you do on your computer screen to teach others.
It's actually better known as "screencasting".
Here is a quick demo: What is screen recording? Examples of Parent Training: Teach staff how to log in to their district Google accounts. What are the benefits of screencasting? Examples of screencasting for student learning: My #1 reason:
You won't need to repeat yourself constantly! Accessible 24/7/365

Learner sets his/her own pace
Re-use lessons, SAVE TIME! Teach staff how to set a reminder in their calendar.
http://www.screenr.com/F2Ds Show 2nd graders how to conduct (scaffolded) web research about the moon:
http://www.screenr.com/KlR7 Show 4th graders how to do a "picture within picture" on iMovie:
http://www.screenr.com/SNR8 Teach K students how to use Starfall in a computer center: http://screenr.com/N4vs
http://screenr.com/bXws Demo how to install a program
at home: How do you facilitate the use of these videos? Make sure you have the latest version of Java. Find a secluded area & post a sign saying not to interrupt. Map out what you want to say before you start recording. Go to www.screenr.com and create an account. Write out a bulleted list of points you want to make in your screencast. Record...and re-record. Send your link to someone who needs it or post it on your site! Give it a Whirl... Put links to your screenr videos on your classroom website and direct your students there: Place links to your videos on your staff site. Students can use it too:
http://www.screenr.com/0A07 Thank you!
Mandy Nelson
nelsonm@district90.org
River Forest, District 90 Tips! Prezi url: goo.gl/kSWQH I email a "Tech News Update" once every 6 weeks or so. If you'd like to be on my mailing list let me know! If your laptop doesn't open the links:
Click on link>exit this presentation> view opened link in browser. Or, just wait til end of the Prezi and then visit the links that are already open for you. http://msnelsonismissing.weebly.com/1.html Click Play Video Demo: Pitfalls It uses Java. It doesn't work with
Chrome as of April 2013. Shows preview but won't publish. (...rarely, but this is
likely due to Java.) Despite those pitfalls, http://www.screenr.com/
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