Posted in April 2014

Screencasting – Some of My Favorite Things #flipclass #edtech

Personally, I use Camtasia Studio (PC only) to record, edit, and produce my videos. In the editor, I can add interactive elements like quizzes, hotspots/pauses, and callout boxes. Here is an article I wrote talking about how I use embedded quizzes (also includes a video tutorial + walkthrough of analytics). (Note: Camtasia Mac does not allow for the … Continue reading

Mindset & the Hidden Workings of Our Mind that Affect Student (and Our) Achievement & Success -David Ghoogasian #AIMS

AIMS Teachers Retreat 2014 Opening Keynote – Session Notes (discussion) Take a look at the title and discuss, at your tables, what you think I’m going to be talking about Whodunnit Video: How many of you saw a change in the scene? And how many changes did you see? There were 21 changes, and … Continue reading

#edcampMetroDC 2014 Wrap Up @edcampMetroDC #edcamp

Thanks to a wonderful group of participants for making edcampMetroDC a wonderful day of learning. The passionate, enthusiastic teachers and learners who come out to edcamps keep me inspired and hopeful that education is constantly changing for the better. A huge thank you to the wonderful Steering Committee that I was a part of: Chip … Continue reading