In this episode we’ll discuss how I captured and published my own 360 videos with tips for your students, classroom and school. You will hear about my goal for finding a balance between 360 video content creation and content consumption along with project ideas!
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360 Video Classroom Tips
So let’s make this EdTech easy…
- Identify a 360 resource you want to explore either as a consumer or creator
- Think about a moment in your classroom where this technology can elevate a learning goal
- Introduce 360 video to students with a connection to problem solving or storytelling
- Reflect on the experience and decide if you want to try out your own 360 filming
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Easy EdTech Club (waitlist and/or registration page)
- 9 Must-Have Virtual Reality Tools for Teaching with Google Cardboard
- Insta360 Nano (affiliate link)
- Facebook Live example (from NJ waterfront)
- Facebook Live example (second example)
- LitWorld (after school program)
- Tinkercad (for 3D printing design)
- Makerbot (3D printer)
Getting Started with Virtual Reality in the Classroom!
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Best, Dr. Monica Burns - Founder of ClassTechTips.com
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