Recently as a teaching cohort, my colleagues and I were asked the questions "why is receiving feedback from students just as important as providing good feedback?". At this point, I thought "how can I receive positive feedback in the classroom... Continue Reading →
I recently had a conversation with a work colleague about whether having a professional learning network (PLN) was worth having or not. A PLN can be an online tool that uses social media and technology to collect, communicate, collaborate and... Continue Reading →
Hey readers, Thanks to Kasey Bell and Matt Miller for their inspiration on this post regarding Google Slides. Kasey and Matt like to refer to Slides as the Swiss army knife of Gsuite because of its variety. As this school... Continue Reading →
Hey readers, Over the recent school holidays here in Australia, I attended the Teach Tech Play Conference , where my title suggests there was plenty of learning and innovation shared amongst the many educators from around the world that attended... Continue Reading →
Hey readers, Preparing for the upcoming Teach Tech Play Conference I am wanting to develop a list of topics on what to present based around the idea of Design Thinking and how whether it allows students to be creative in... Continue Reading →
Hey readers, As I mentioned in my previous post, this year will see the beginning of a new journey that will have plenty of new experiences with needing to learn new subjects and curriculum, building rapport with new students but... Continue Reading →
Thanks to Steve Brophy for the inspiration in learning how to use TouchCast with my students. This post is all about how best to use this tool and to have the ability to work collaboratively to create your own professional looking video presentation.
Till next time,
Having a school run TV studio is a pipedream for many schools and for those that have one up and running, there is a tremendous amount of work required to get the final product polished. Planning and researching the content, rehearsing and taping the segments, setting up the designated space, editing, the list goes on… A list long enough to stop people before they begin.
But what if you could really simplify this process and allow the students to lead it?
This is where TouchCast Studio comes in.
TouchCast Studio is a free iPad application that allows students to create ‘smart videos’ which the viewer can interact with. By that I mean, a viewer does not simply just watch the video but they can interact with the displayed content. Our 1:1 iPad program is from Year 3-6 and TouchCast Studio is one of the most heavily used creation applications due to…
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