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Best Practices: Document Cameras, Video Files, and SMART Notebook Software

Creating dynamic presentations is becoming much easier to do.  These presentations can used by students and their families from home so that learning can happen without you outside of the classroom.  This allows more practice and application to happen within the classroom with support from you, wonderful teachers, so that all students are more likely to have their needs met. 

Ms. Lucio

Example Teacher Webpage

This website is intended as a model to show teachers the capabilities of website that your students can access.  This is with the intention of providing more digital experiences for students outside of the classroom so that the students can apply concepts in class with teacher support, but continue to learn concepts outside of class, and even show it to their parents!

Basic Editing of School Loop Webpage

Student Expectations

Watch the movie on editing video for homework and tomorrow in class we are going to apply what I taught!  Watch the video...as many times as you need to. 

If you need to view this on your smartphone you can subscribe to my YouTube Channel

msjlucio

or you can use this hashtag on Twitter, and I will post new assignments and videos there

#slzimtctraining

Can't wait to find out what you think!

At School?

Are you at school and cannot view YouTube?  If so, click here to watch a Windows Media Video