Great Video Resources


Using Animoto, students can quickly turn their PowerPoint slides into a fun movie.

Here is the web address for free Animoto educator accounts to use with your class


Making Math More Meaningful With Online Videos and Games

This is a post from one of my very favorite resources:  MindShift about using the resources from PBS Learning Media


Creating a Narrated Slideshow with ShowMe for iPad

Both iPad labs have the ShowMe App installed and  this post explains another way students could create their own  projects.


This link will show how to use a greenscreen with iMovie.  Susan Castleberry’s classes are very familiar  with this process.   All you need is a green sheet tacked on a wall and after filming students can replace in iMovie with any background they want….very cool.

Greenscreen special effect in iMovie


StopMotion is a great way for students to tell a story or show steps in a process.  Showing  students these sites will let their creative forces shine.

Three Free Tools for Creating Stopmotion and Timelapse Videos


Brad Carpenter showed me a students music video created on this app.  Your students will love it.  A good choice for a special assignment.





Even though this app is not free I think our coaches would find this apps ability to provide quick and easy mobile analysis to their athletes quite useful.












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