The Flip Video camera is an amazing little device.Â It puts different types of projects in our reach.Â Today while browsing Tech and Learning, I came across an article on using the Flip Video in class.Â If you have an interest in using these cameras, you should definately check out the article: http://www.techlearning.com/blogs/32824Â You don’t need to own one of these cameras yourself to do any of these projects.Â PPS teachers can borrow a set of these cute little cameras from Instructional Technology.Â Just ask your TRT to set it up for you.
I’ve never tried Animoto before.Â Heard lots of good things, but just couldn’t get around to it.Â I just suggested a teacher try it, so I thought it might be a good idea to follow my own advice…tell me what you think.
I was getting ready for my Web 2.0 class, and came across this video.Â Thought it was so funny that I wanted to share…
Ok…so my PLN has a lot of great folks and they always share great stuff.Â Today NedraIÂ shared a site called BookWink.Â It’s great!Â Video booktalks on a variety of subjects.Â I’m thinking of a host of uses for it in language arts and Library classes.Â Take a look for yourself and see, and if I’ve emailed you with a link to this post you better believe that I’m thinking of using this site with you… www.bookwink.comÂ Â
It’s great to have a PLN.Â You learn so many things from some great folks.Â Dyane Smokorowski from Andover, KS shared the notes from a presentation on video in the classroom.Â Check it out…lots of ideas on how to use a flip video camera in he classroom.Â Don’t have a Flip?Â No problem – borrow mine.