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Increase Achievement and Understanding in the Math Classroom Using Screencasting

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Would you like an easy way to create customized tutorials that students can use to review concepts, as well as a way for students to demonstrate their own knowledge and understanding? Mobile apps and Web tools that allow you or your students to create screencasts might be just what you're looking for to help boost achievement and understanding in your math classroom. Join Monica Burns as she shares her favorite Web tools and iPad apps for screencasting, along with examples of how to use them in the classroom. Monica will show how simple it is for both teachers and students to capture their own thinking as they explain how to solve math problems.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Mathematics
Last aired on: Wednesday, June 8, 2016 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, STEM
Tags: achievement, math, mathematics, screencasting, STEM

Reviews (16)

Full Member
Compact, organized, and packed with lots of options. A great webinar. I can't wait to try some new options for screencasting.
Full Member
I have used Explain Everything for my math flipped classroom tutorials and love using that app as well. My students view my tutorials on Vimeo. Great idea to capture screencasts as QR codes and place them directly on worksheets for assistance! Appreciate all the detailed information that you shared...thank you!
Full Member
Thank you for sharing so many resources for screencasting.
Full Member
Very informative.
Basic Member
Helpful suggestions for using scteencasting in the classroom.
Basic Member
Thank you for sharing some new ways I can incorporate these resources in my math classes.
Basic Member
Hoping to set up screencast for math tutorials for my struggling learners. Thank you for all the great ideas.
Full Member
Thank you so much! I started using screencast for math with my students this year and my class test averages shot up to the 90s.
Full Member
thank you
Basic Member
thank you for the information!
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