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Screencasting in the Classroom

Screencasting in the Classroom

Screencasting is the capture all of the action on a computer screen while you are narrating. Screencasts can be made with many tools and are often used to create a tutorial or showcase student content mastery. This page provides links to information, ideas, rubrics, and tools for the creation of screencasts by both teachers and students.


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Gerri Mitchell
Gerri Mitchell (Student)
6 years ago

I liked this site and all it had to offer. The collection of links was a little overwhelming but after spending time on the site, I found some useful resources and new technology for class.

Time spent reviewing site: 6 hours
Lesley Farmer
Lesley Farmer (Faculty)
7 years ago

Kathy Schrock is known for curating top-notch digital educational resources, with an eye to school libraries. This collection of links include general screencasting information, screencasting tools, sample activities, and rubrics.

Used in course? Yes
Time spent reviewing site: 1 hour