Do your students love hip-hop or engaging videos? Flocabulary might be a go-to instructional option for your classroom.
The folks at TED also have a platform for students and teachers. It’s called TED-Ed, and you’ll find lots of short videos, resources and discussion questions for your classroom.
Green screen technology allows us to take students beyond our classroom walls and sparks creativity and engagement.
It reminded me how explaining a difficult concept to a novice and expert audience simultaneously requires deep conceptual knowledge, and how listening to such an explanation helps to build simultaneous conceptual and mechanical knowledge of a concept.
The Discovery Education video challenge encourages teens to create a 30-60 second original public service announcement that alerts other students about the dangers of prescription opioid misuse and heroin use.
It's simple to use, has lots of nice features, works on Chromebooks, and is free for videos up to 10 minutes long.
Often times a powerful video can simultaneously engage AND demotivate students by "inducing" curiosity, while also explaining the content that underlies the phenomena.
This quick video digs into this popular reading and literacy tool's key features from its library of texts and questions to lesson plans and units.
This super short video covers price, platforms, grades, and TypingClub's unique lesson customization options.