Capture, narrate, flip, and give feedback with multimedia screencasts
Pros: Teachers can easily assign content to students; the intuitive design means users can be creating screencasts within minutes.
Cons: It works only on devices that allow Chrome extensions; the editing process is slow and feels a bit clumsy.
Bottom Line: This is a terrific option that supports flipped classrooms, video feedback, student presentations, and formative assessment.
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