1:15-3:00

Dean Mantz, Sterling #376 Sterling & Sterling College

Twitter/Skype/Plurk - @dmantz7
Google+ - Dean Mantz
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Participants in this session will take a hands-on, in-depth approach for developing visual learning projects using applications like Knowmia (//http://www.knowmia.com//) and Explain Everything (//http://www.explaineverything.com//). These two apps are ideal for creating tutorial videos enabling students to learn at their own pace as well as allowing for students to visually and verbally explain their own learning of various concepts. Educators will explore current examples of teacher and student created projects to develop a foundation for ways to use these projects. Then participants will create their own project for classroom integration.



Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad




App Options:

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ShowMe (free)


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ScreenChomp (free)


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Educreations via iTunes (free)


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Explain Everything via iTunes ($2.99)


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Knowmia (Teach) via iTunes (free)

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Ask3 (Free)



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Doceri Screencasting (Free or $30 to remove pop-up and watermark)


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Skitch Screen Image Capture (Free)


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Explain A Website via iTunes (99cents)


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Doodlecast Pro ($2.99)


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Touch Cast (Free)



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Pixi Clip (Free)




Computer Screencast options:

  1. Screencast-o-matic (web based) (Student Example of Excel Map) Free up to 15 minutes. Yearly cost is less than $20.

  2. Screenr (web based) (Student Example as a Digital Storytelling project) Free & 5 minute maximum recording.

  3. Jing

  4. Camtasia

  5. Quicktime (Already part of Mac OS)

  6. Screenmailer

  7. Screenflow

  8. Camstudio

  9. Quickcast **This app is free from the Mac Store (not a Windows option)




Screencasting (screen capture) resources:




Tony Vincent's "Show What You Know" Infographic