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Thursday, November 14 • 9:15am - 10:15am
Screencasting for Teaching and Learning

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We'll explore how TEACHERS can create screencasts (video recordings of their devices' screens with narration and additional graphics), not just for flipped classroom lessons, but also for providing feedback to students in non-written form. We'll also look at how STUDENTS can create screencasts to expose their reasoning while researching a topic on the web or using a problem-solving application. This provides an authentic artifact for evaluating critical thinking skills. Applications presented work on Chromebooks or other computers running the Chrome browser.

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Charlie MacFadyen

Digital Learning Leader, Champlain Valley Union High School
I am the Digital Learning Leader and computer science teacher at Champlain Valley Union HS in Hinesburg, VT.  I'm currently a Rowland Fellow working with @timoleary_vt on developing a universal K-12 curriculum for our district.

Thursday November 14, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am EST
Gateway 2
  Thursday Block 2