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2011 2011-Sandbox Play

Screencasting 101

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Presenter: Lorna Costantini
Location: St. Catharines Ontario Canada

Presentation Title: Screencasting 101

Presentation Description: This presentation is suited to those new to screencasting. Viewers will learn how to use screencasting to become a “Teacher on Demand.” This session will guide viewers through the use of screencasts to deliver engaging content for online learning as well as learning extensions in face-to-face classrooms. They will discover the advantages of recorded tutorials, illustrated lessons and just-in-time learning using screen recording software including many free online tools. Viewers will be able to apply these concepts to creating their own online instructions and presentations for and with their students. The free screen recording software Jing will be featured in this course. You will also be introduced to the concept of the “flipped classroom” and examples of how it is being used.

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2011 2011-Level Up

Technology as an Ally in the IB Science class

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Presenter: Antonio Amaral Cunha & Silvana Meneghini
Location: São Paulo, Brazil

Presentation Title: Technology as an Ally in the IB Science class

Presentation Description: The “Flipped Classroom” strategy involves using some type of technology to provide instruction to students before coming to class and using class time for more higher level thinking and interaction. This strategy is being used by one of ur IB Science teachers through a collaborative Google Doc. Such an approach has been beneficial to students as we look at the IB learner profile and it has also been beneficial to the teacher in terms of covering IB requirements.

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