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Quick Tips to Save You Time on YouTube – Easy EdTech Podcast 139

In this episode, I share a handful of quick YouTube tips to save you time on YouTube, including how to find, organize and share videos with students, colleagues and families. You’ll also hear how to access my free download with a total of 13 YouTube tricks to explore that include screenshots for each tip. I […]

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How to Use Video Playlists to Differentiate Instruction

Have you created a video playlist to share with students? In this blog post we are going to take a look at video playlists and some of the reasons why a video playlist might be useful in your classroom.  I’ll also share some tips and strategies for distributing video playlists to the groups you work […]

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7 YouTube Tips for Teachers with a Free Download

Do you use YouTube in your classroom? If you follow along with me on Instagram or have listened to any episodes of my Easy EdTech Podcast, you know that I love to use multimedia. YouTube is a great space for gathering information and I hope these tricks will save you time and help you make […]

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Make Your School Videos More Accessible with HapYak’s Video L10N

Ready to level up your video creation this school year? If you create videos for your students, colleagues, or school community, there is a new tool you’ll want to check out. It’s called Video L10N from HapYak, and it lets users upload school videos, add and edit captions, translate video captions and even identifies on-screen […]

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simpleshow Video Maker & MS Teams App

This post is in partnership with simpleshow. All opinions are my own.   Are you looking for a simple video maker for your students? If you are using Microsoft Teams, you’ll definitely want to explore simpleshow and their new integration for the MS Teams app! Regular readers of the blog might remember that I’ve featured simpleshow […]

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Khan Academy and the Features You Might Have Missed

I’m not sure when I really came across Khan Academy for the first time. In many ways it seems like it has been around forever, at least where conversations on EdTech integration, video tutorials, and flipped learning is concerned. Today I’ll share what Khan Academy is, and six things you might not know about it, […]

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How to Use Video Journals with Students

What is a video journal? In the context of today’s blog post, I’m using the term video journals to describe a space where students use video, audio, images, and music to create a journal entry you can watch and listen to. You can use video journals as a weekly way for students to respond to […]

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How to Stream Movies to Students During Remote Learning

Over the past few weeks, I’ve had lots of conversations with classroom teachers and school leaders about the rapid shift to remote learning. Many of these conversations include questions around resources, and how to locate engaging, relevant content for students and families. Finding high-quality resources is one big issue, especially when families are reaching out […]

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Easy Steps to Create Video Playlists with Spark Page

Do you use videos in your classroom? You don’t have to have a flipped classroom to leverage the power of video with your students. Whether you share tutorials, explainer videos, or clips from a documentary, you can create video playlists. Last year, I shared a strategy for creating video playlists using YouTube. You might have […]

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7 New EdTech Tools Worth Exploring

Where do you go when you want to learn about new EdTech tools? From checking out new blog posts (like this one!) to searching hashtags on social media, there are lots of ways to learn about new EdTech tools. When I attend a conference, I also stay on the lookout for companies that have just […]

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