Why YouTube Copyright Practices are Important to Teachers

YouTube has an elaborate (and pretty darn impressive) digital process for detecting and dealing with copyrighted content that has been uploaded by users that do […]

A Video “Getting Started Plan” for Teachers

So you want to begin using video in your classroom but don’t know how to get started?  Here is a very simple – no stress […]

Replacing Teacher Notes with Video

In another example of awesome ways that teachers are leveraging video, a number of college professors are now videotaping critiques and responses to student papers […]

2/6/2015 HCPSS Professional Learning Session Materials

As promised, here is my PowerPoint presentation from my sessions at the HCPSS Professional Learning Day hosted by the HCPSS Dept. of Instructional Technology.  It’s […]

Using Video to Give Parents a Window Into Their Child’s Classroom

The flipped classroom model has been making its way into more and more classrooms.  The way in which teachers leverage video for their flipped classrooms […]

How Twitter Videos Can Impact Teachers

Twitter has recently launched the ability to capture 30-second videos and attach them to your tweets.  This is not a third-party service like Vine.  This […]

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