NEOTech Conference: Screencastify Session

Next Thursday, I’ll travel to Kent State University (my Alma mater!) for the NEOTech Conference. I attended last year, and enjoyed being a learner for the entire day, but this time, I’m going to do a bit of teaching!

I use Screencastify to share my screen and my voice with students, colleagues, and friends. It’s so versatile. Certainly, the people coming to the session will figure out useful ways to integrate it into their practice. After a brief introduction, they’ll have time to play around and learn by doing.

I’ll be in 306A, from 1:15-2:05, but in case you can’t make it, or you can and you’re curious already, here’s my slide deck.

 

WVIZ Tech and Learning Conference

Today I attended and presented (on Google Classroom) at WVIZ’s Tech and Learning conference. Usually after conferences, I feel like there are so many things I want to look in to, but then, I only ever get around to one or two. I thought it might help if I immediately made a list that I could return to later. Also, in case you couldn’t go, I could help you find something useful! Since I don’t know much about these things, they will just be links and maybe a sentence description.

Keynote

How Video Killed the Red Pen: Using YouTube to Explain Complex Concepts.

Slides.

Draw My Life

One Minute, One Take

Orthodox Teaching Disrupted by Innovation

As seen on Twitter with #wvized


 

Note: I love using Twitter at conferences. (You can follow me @gorland2) I wish the hashtag would have been promoted better though! The picture at the top came from @AmyRoediger