She needed a good way to annotate PDFs while recording her voice in order to post her lessons for her students to review on their own time (or shorter version- flipping the classroom).
Yesterday, in true Flipped Classroom format, she sent out the following videos for us to watch before the workshop:
As well as a 5 minute Trig video she made by importing a PDF into Explain everything and then sharing it with her students via google drive:
Although I wasn’t able to attend the meat of her presentation as I was giving one myself, I did talk to her beforehand. Some of her problems involved an attempt where she mistakenly paused the record button, so that half her presentation had no voice. As well, she tried a few times to export it as a project instead of a video and was wondering why she couldn’t view it in that format. However, once she got the hang of it, she found an easy effective way of creating videos of her lessons for her students.
Yay, Ms. K!
I am looking forward to having more teachers share their amazing use of tech with us in the following iPad workshops!