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Video recording made simple


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Created on 01 April 2011 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 14 July 2011 by ncetm_administrator

 

Video recording made simple

A staff development workshop on using digital technologies for a group of teachers

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It is now relatively easy to make video recordings from the computer screen and using simple video-cameras. This training session shows you how to do this and could be used with teachers, Initial Teacher Education (ITE) students or learners in the mathematics classroom. The resource shows how to:

  • use the free interactive whiteboard (IWB) software (Smart and Promethean) to capture on-screen computer images
  • download the Jing software and use it to do a similar job
  • consider the advantages and disadvantages of using each of those above
  • use a ‘flip’ video-camera to record anything
  • make a video-recording using the ‘Common Craft’ approach
  • consider the design process so that one might ‘storyboard’ and plan a video-recording
  • save the recording to a Smart notebook and Promethean flipchart
  • think about the next steps of asking learners to make their own videos

This workshop aimed to enable delegates to:

  • use the free interactive whiteboard (IWB) software (Smart and Promethean) to capture on-screen computer images
  • download the Jing software and use it to do a similar job
  • consider the advantages and disadvantages of using each of those above
  • use a ‘flip’ video-camera to record anything
  • make a video-recording using the ‘Common Craft’ approach using any recorder with digital (i.e. non-tape) storage
  • consider the design process so that one might ‘storyboard’ and plan a video-recording
  • save the recording to a Smart notebook and Promethean flipchart
  • think about the next steps of asking learners to make their own videos

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