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Teacher Feature: Part 3 of 3 – Timothy Wayne Boudreau

This is the final installment of Canadian Middle School Math teacher, Tim Boudreau. How has Doceri changed how you interact with your students during lectures/ presentations/ small group instruction? I tend not to give too many lectures in the classroom, but when I do, I often do the live screencast format. Knowing that everything is […]

Teacher Feature: Rebecca DeLozier on Screencasting with Doceri

Name: Rebecca DeLozier School: Lewisville High School District: Lewisville Independent School District State: Texas Subject: AP Biology and Physics Rebecca DeLozier has been flipping her AP Biology and Physics classes for several years. She has some basic advice for teachers new to creating screencasts: 1. Start Small, with a single concept or a quick compare and contrast. 2. […]

Creating Screencasts on the Fly

When choosing presentation technology, consider what is asked of all teachers in the classroom. —> Teachers are asked to provide equal access to the core content to all students. —> Teachers are expected to be clear, conisise, and engaging to their students. —> Plus, teachers are asked to use multimodes of of instruction to support […]

Doceri and Edmodo: A Powerful Combination

From our research it seems our heaviest users export Doceri screencasts to a Learning Management System (LMS) of some sort. Just about two thirds of the Doceri teachers surveyed chose to use Edmodo, a class webpage or another LMS to post and store their screencasts. Other popular choices for an LMS are: Schoology, School Loop, […]

DoceriChat Archive: Apr 2, 2014 – Screencasting

Lively #DoceriChat this week on screencasting! Terrific ideas on length, pacing, flow and how to assess students’ progress. We answered the question of how to upload Doceri screencasts direct to Edmodo – as well as other apps on your iPad – with a screenshot example on the Open In function. Everyone got excited about using […]

#DoceriChat Questions for April 2: Screencasting Tips

Join us Wednesday, April 2 on Twitter for #DoceriChat. Our Education Community Advocate Jason Gilmore leads this weekly chat among Doceri teachers that spans Doceri tips and tricks to discussions about the interactive classroom. This week we’re talking screencasting. 1. What’s the ideal length? 2. Do you prepare your lesson and voice over all at […]

Doceri Teacher Feature: Aubrie Holman

Name: Aubrie Holman Subject: Honors IBET Biology (Integrated Biology English and Technology) School: Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology District:  Fairfax County Public Schools State: Virginia What drove you to begin making Doceri screencasts for your students? When I started teaching at a school for science and technology, I quickly realized my ninth-grade […]

Visualizing mathematical thinking through Doceri’s timeline

There are two common issues that students encounter when learning new mathematical concepts: visualization and relevance to their own lives. First, let’s take a look at visualization (pun intended). Here’s a great example of how Doceri can help students look a little deeper into a two dimensional plane that, at first glance appears to just be a […]

Screencasting for the Flipped Classroom: Just Start

These words of advice permeate the Twittersphere every day. Just start: don’t worry about the outcome, the quality, nor how the kids will react to you screencasts. After watching thousands of teacher screencasts and creating some of my own, I’ve come to the conclusion that once you start, your screencasts only get better. One thing’s […]

Flip Class master teachers: Megan Ahlberg and Jessica Rice

During the summer of 2013, I interviewed successful classroom flippers Jessica Rice and Megan Ahlberg. Together they have flipped their pre-calculus classrooms and made screencasts for intermediate algebra support classes at Kennedy High School in Bloomington, Minnesota. They began their journey in the fall of 2011, because they wanted more class time to directly support […]