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How To Use Explainer Videos in Your Classroom – Easy EdTech Podcast 002

March 5, 2019

In this episode I share twenty five ways to use explainer videos with students. You’ll hear how this medium can provide background knowledge, grab students’ attention and act as an exemplar for their own creations!

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  • Identify your why, remember, Tasks Before Apps, your why might be one of the 25 things on this list like #15 giving students more background knowledge on a topic
  • Locate a video on TED-Ed and decide what conversations you want to have with students to help understand the content or make connections
  • Share the video with students along with any conversation prompts, writing responses or extensions you’d like them to explore

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