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I want to video record lessons to allow my students to access them at different times. Does anyone know of a productive, easy way to mange this? Are there programs out there where you can upload your video and then have a place to monitor and record student responses?

Jul 7, 2015 10:06am

I teach second grade and am looking to incorporate more technology into my teaching.

  • English Language Arts / Math / Science / Social Studies
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  • Class Culture / Differentiation / Engagement / Planning

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    • Jul 16, 2015 3:42pm

      What technology do you have available to you? I have a MacBook Pro, and use Photobooth to film myself, and then edit what I've filmed with iMovie. I upload them onto YouTube, and then embed these videos on Edmodo. Edmodo is probably the safest place to post videos for students and get them to respond to questions/polls/and take quizzes regarding what you've taught.
      Check out my YouTube channel at:
      www.youtube.com/kristinacotran

      • Jul 16, 2015 4:11pm

        Thank you for your responses. I signed up for Edmodo today and will play around with it. As for technology, I also have a MacBook Pro. I was thinking of filming myself using a swivel and my iPhone 6. I'm new to using iMovie, so I'll have to teach myself:) Thanks again for the advice-I really appreciate it!!

        • Jul 16, 2015 4:26pm

          Kristina Cotran, I just checked out your YouTube channel and I was amazed by your videos!!!! They are fabulous- well made and engaging!!!!! I wish I had your voice to sing like that:)