Flipped Classroom Video on iPad

Mr. Scruton, our beloved math and multimedia teacher, has made a screen video using two iPads to show his Grade 7 multimedia class how to make a slide show presentation. This is a good example of how the iPad can be useful in a flipped classroom.

 

Here is what he had to say about how he made it:

Here is the link to a vid that I made by taking a video of one iPad with another iPad. I edited the film in iMovie, then exported. The exported file was way to big (on medium). I opted to jing the playback window from iMovie. There are some minor problems with stops (from the playback of iMovie), but otherwise is ok quality at very low size.

Here are the links:

I assume the Mr. Scruton, when faced with the large file, synced the file to his laptop and then used jing to record the recording.
An alternative route to deal with large files would be to upload them to your youtube page and then share the link with a select group of people. All students at our school have youtube pages attached to their official email- it has been the way we have exported movies from the lab iPads to the teachers. They only have to share the link with their teacher ( a simple click on the privacy options and voilĂ ! An easy way to get a movie off the iPad!
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