Videos

YouTube Channels to Use in Your Classroom

YouTube is a dynamic online space used in lots of different ways. Although you might hear students talking about making TikTok videos instead of YouTube videos, this is a space for student creators and consumers of all age levels. When someone says I’m going to Google to find the answer, they often use Google interchangeably […]

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Free Educational Videos for Kids with Expert Discussions

Are you looking for free educational videos for kids? The folks at Nepris have just given students and families free access to their library of thousands of educational videos for kids. You’ll find live discussions with experts from a variety of fields and lots of content to explore. If you haven’t heard of Nepris before, […]

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How to Create Engaging Videos with a Favorite Combo

Do you like to combine the very best of your favorite apps? I know I do! The year has been off to a great start, including lots of time in classrooms working with students and teachers. I love seeing creation tools in action, and in the past few months, I’ve sat side-by-side with elementary and […]

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Media Contest to Celebrate Student Projects (feat. StudySync)

How do you celebrate student projects? I’m very excited to share a media contest from StudySync that celebrates all of the ways students can share their learning. Students in middle school and high school can participate and share their multimedia creations! For the past seven years, StudySync has hosted an annual contest to celebrate the […]

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Quick Ways to Share Student Videos with an Audience – Easy EdTech Podcast 043

In this episode I’ll share some of my favorite quick ways to share student videos with an audience.  You’ll also hear some tips and resources to make sharing student videos a success this school year! Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform: iTunes/ Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Share Student Videos So […]

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How to Share Spark Videos with QR Codes

When I visit classrooms and talk with teachers about the ways they use technology to share student work, I’m always so happy to hear that QR codes are still part of the conversation. Although there are lots of ways to share student work, QR codes are a fantastic way to give everyone access. It places […]

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How to Use Spark for End-of-Year Celebration Videos

The end of the school year is a special time full of reflections, memorable events, and plenty of to-do items to take care of before the year comes to a close. As a classroom teacher, this time of year was always full of things to check off my list while in the midst of celebrations. […]

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

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! Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform: iTunes/Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher Spotify So let’s make this EdTech easy… […]

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Read Aloud Videos and Teacher Guides from Storyline Online

Over the past few years, I’ve had the chance to speak at a variety of literacy conferences. From Nebraska to Maryland, Orlando to Austin, I’ve shared strategies for integrating digital tools into the classroom and favorite online resources for educators. High on my list of favorite resources is Storyline Online. If you haven’t heard of […]

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Creative Thinking App: WonderBox Promotes Curiosity

WonderBox is a fantastic creative thinking app that promotes curiosity while giving kids a space to create. Students can explore, make and share with this completely free app.  WonderBox is from Duck Duck Moose the folks behind one of my favorite apps, ChatterPix Kids.  This app lets students explore science, geography and sports topics giving […]

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