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Sharing Lessons, Resources & Ideas Through Video

How do share your favorite lesson ideas with colleagues? Videos make it easy to capture ideas and share them with other educators – both near and far. 30hands Storyteller gives teachers to power share best practices with fellow educators in quick clips. These videos are perfect for showing off classroom highlights, new lesson strategies and more.

Sharing Lessons

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Teachers can turn their favorite lesson ideas into 30hands videos and share with their colleagues in just a few quick steps. As you create your video, it’s an opportunity to reflect on a lesson. As you share it’s a chance to turnkey a best practice you learned at a conference or share something that worked well in your classroom. With 30hands Storyteller, educators can create quick videos or flipped lessons demonstrating their ideas and classroom methodologies. Since 30hands is mobile friendly, teachers can watch videos anytime.

Creating videos from Google Slides or Powerpoints

30hands Storyteller lets users import Google Slides or Powerpoint presentations and publish them as videos in just a matter of seconds. You can then use 30hands to narrate and annotate these presentations and easily share with colleagues. With the drawing tool, you might decide to personalize your videos, by adding additional text, images, short video clips and graphics. If you’ve created lesson plans using Google Slides or Powerpoint, you can utilize this 30hands’ feature by importing the presentation and adding narration to each slide. 30hands is easy to use so if you make a mistake as you narrate, you can record a second time.

With 30hands Storyteller, it’s easy to create, edit, narrate and publish your video online for others to see. For those with little experience in video creation, this idea might seem daunting, but 30hands makes the process super, simple.

Learn more about 30hands by visiting their website!

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Blog Author and EdTech Consultant Dr. Monica Burns

Monica Burns

Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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