Links from class:
Camstudio – free software to capture your computer screen
Screenr – free online software to capture your computer screen
Myna – free online software to record sound
Greenshot – free software to capture your computer screenshot (still images)
Pixlr – free online software to edit photos/images
Check out the example of the lesson planning tool on TED-Ed @ http://ed.ted.com/on/ITfkrdI5 This is a resource and format that could help you start to Flip your classroom. Complete the activities and post your reaction to the lesson on the comment section of this post (The link in the Ted-Ed is not working).
Upload your enhanced/manipulated image to your Google Site
Rosenthal Tolisano, Silvia. “Digital Storytelling – Part I.” Langwitches Blog. N.p., Apr.-May 2008. Web. 11 June 2012. <http://langwitches.org/blog/2008/04/19/digital-storytelling-part-i/>.
Post a response on your blog:
1 – How important is it to use visuals to support your instruction? Use a blog and/or online article to support your opinion (provide link).
***June 22nd is Virtual. Login here to participate. I will be at the Reston Center if you prefer to be in the lab with me (for extra tech support). Since class will be no longer than a hour, please plan for a few online assignments to be completed before the June 29th class.