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Empowering Learning with Video

Date: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Time: 2:00pm EST / 11:00am PST
Duration: 1 hour

 

Learn how to leverage the power of online video to flip classrooms, get students reading, simply and easily create and incorporate teacher and student videos into Moodle, enhance professional development and get students fully engaged in learning. Sign up for this free webinar today!

EduVision from JDL Horizons is a powerful video platform created specifically for schools, districts, and associations. It supports rich media creation and distribution for flipped PD for teachers and also enables students to showcase their work to peers, families, and communities in a simple, easy to use, safe managed environment.

Participants will learn:

  • How to create simple video captures to get students producing and sharing video Book Talks and other creative projects
  • How to easily pair a learning management system with a video portal to expand student and staff learning
  • How to safely produce and share student and instructional videos across a district
  • Simple ways to create & manage video to flip classrooms and enhance learning and engagement
  • Easy to use tools that make capturing and sharing educational content a breeze

 

Webinar Speakers

Shannon Miller
K-12 Teacher Librarian,Van Meter School
@shannonmmiller

Connie Jaeger
Technology Coordinator
Shorewood School District

Jon Bergmann
Teacher, Educational Coach and Writer
Flipped Learning Network

 

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Comments:

  1. rswengel

    May 13, 2013 at 9:11 pm

    VERY disappointed with this recording – not the content – the functionality. I cannot jump ahead and I cannot “rewind.” Any attempt to do either takes me right back to the beginning.

  2. jedward5

    May 28, 2013 at 2:16 am

    UGH!! I wanted to hear a statement that one of your presenters said again and the video restarted all over again, 30 minutes all over again. Too bad because the content was good, but not worth the time.

    • jedward5

      May 28, 2013 at 3:16 am

      Well I let the video rerun and I’m really glad that I did, the content made me come back to it. Thanks to everyone for the information.

  3. jpaniagua04

    June 5, 2013 at 2:46 pm

    In this twenty-first century, we are all immersed in the age of digital technology. Therefore, digital technology is a power that has changed many aspects of the way we live. It has been developed world-wide to help people such as in business, trade, marketing, science, education, and others. Thus, I do deem that digital technology, in this case specifically talking about videos, must be used in education to assist students to learn more effectively and help teachers to do administrative tasks more efficiently. That is to say, videos in education have made it possible for students, teachers, specialists, and researchers to collaborate with each other in diverse ways.

  4. jpaniagua04

    June 5, 2013 at 2:54 pm

    Teaching and learning with videos have many beneficial uses in education. For instance, videos are a meaningful and powerful tool when presenting or representing information in many different ways. It can be presented through different forms which can make the class more interesting and lively. Furthermore, videos can also play several instructional roles such as make the learners feel more relax to learn the different topics and tasks, and also make the learners active, because they learn by applying the technology to a task rather than by being directly “instructed” by the technology.

  5. jpaniagua04

    June 5, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    Audiovisual material provides a praiseworthy means for teaching and learning. Videos can effectively communicate complex information to a pupil and, if used creatively, it can become a powerful expressive tool. Roughly speaking, there are an endless number of forms to exploit videos in order to create motivating, memorable, and inclusive learning experiences. Nevertheless, watching a video can also be a passive experience and so teaching methods must be used which instead turn it into a springboard for learners’ action and interaction