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Make educational videos to flip your classroom, create attractive online lessons and presentations, and let students explore their creative side.
Here is a video I made using Moovly for my language assessment class.
Order and assign textbooks, articles, or your PDFs in Perusall. Students annotate the readings and asynchronously respond to each other's comments and questions about the readings in context. With novel data analytics, Perusall automatically generates optimal student groupings and social interactions, grades students' engagement to ensure they are prepared for class, and nudges those who need help to keep everyone on track.
This video demonstrates how to use the teacher's dashboard in Perusall.
Put inquiry at the center of your lesson and create self-motivated learners. Ask questions that spark curiosity and challenge intuition instead of just delivering facts.
This video demonstrates Takeaways, a unique option in PearDeck.
Kaizena is the best place to help students improve their work on Google Drive. Voice feedback for writing is nothing new. Stanford experimented with recording verbal feedback for students on cassette tapes back in the '80s, and there's been a steady stream of research ever since. Voice feedback to students helps students review their work and improve their work with further clarification. Right click on any google doc and open it with Kiazena. Then give oral or written comments to the students.
This video demonstrates Kaizena from the teacher's viewpoint.
Kahoot! empowers educators and captivates learners. Through the creation of a trusted learning space, educational content is delivered by asking meaningful questions in real-time, creating a social, fun and game-like environment. Kahoot! flips the classroom with a pedagogy based on encouraging a loop from ‘learner to leader’ within the learning space, which maximises the precious learning time spent in the classroom and empowers learners to lead.
Most infographic creation tools are either template based or they have a library of assets which you can drag and drop to construct your own layouts. Visme offers a combination of both these options along with the possibility to animate the elements within the graphic, drop in your own images or online videos, and also embed html elements such as polls and quizzes into the graphic. This enables your infographic to be more than just data display, they can act as multimedia tools to encourage user responses and build learning and research and it's built on html 5 so it works across mobile platforms too.