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Video Description: When you show video in your classroom, you want your students to be active viewers — to comprehend, not just consume. But why stop at comprehension? When it comes to video in the classroom, students shouldn’t just get what they’re watching, they should have something to say about it. Check out the video for our tips on how to help students become better active — and reactive — viewers in class. For more tips and strategies, visit this collection of resources for next-level classroom video.
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