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#DoceriChat for April 9: Doceri screencasting and Zaption, EduCanon, TedEd

In last week’s #DoceriChat we focused on screencasting. Several teachers were keen to try using Doceri screencasts together with interactive online lesson platforms Zaption, eduCanon and TedEd. This prompted this week’s focus on interactivity, assessment and analytics for screencast lessons. We’ll continue the discussion, and check in with the teachers who have experimented with these […]

Teacher Feature: Oommen George

Name: Professor Oomen George School: Professor at San Jacinto College, Pasadena Texas Subject: Physics “In my search for whiteboard apps, I hit a gold mine when I found Doceri. It has all the necessary tools to create a good interactive presentation. Doceri has made teaching and learning for my students easier. The time spent in teaching […]

Doceri Chat Archive: March 26, 2014 on interactive teaching, the Doceri Timeline, behavior management, graphic organizers and teaching language arts with Doceri

We’d planned to talk about how the Doceri Timeline is being used in interactive teaching – but that was just a launching point for a great discussion that included behavior management in iPad classrooms, teaching grammar and language arts and graphic organizers. Aubrie Holman, who we featured on the blog this week, also became an […]

Doceri Timeline: The Power Center for Creating Interactive Lessons, part 1

On the surface, Doceri is a powerful way to get mobile in your classroom, record lessons and create flipclass screencast videos. But dig a little deeper, and the power of Doceri really comes alive. The Doceri Timeline is what sets it apart from every other whiteboard or screencasting app. Using the Doceri timeline, you can edit […]

Doceri is coming to Microsoft Windows 8/RT

SP Controls has announced that it has been working in close partnership with Microsoft since earlier this year when the software giant identified Doceri as a best-in-class app for education. The Doceri app for Windows 8/RT  is expected to be available in the Windows Store during the 2013/14 U.S. fall term. Doceri Desktop software currently runs […]

Top Three Reasons Educators Should Tag Their YouTube Videos

Are you a teacher, either K-12 or university faculty, who uploads lesson videos to YouTube for your students to view? Whether you’re flipping your classroom or providing screencast reviews, using YouTube is a great choice because you can easily manage your videos, your students can easily access it, and the general public can easily search […]

Doceri Gets Five Stars in the App Store

Doceri 2.0 has been out for seven weeks now, and we’re overwhelmed with the terrific feedback we’ve received from users! As of today, there are 129 ratings of Doceri 2.0 on the App Store, and 115 are five stars. That’s 89 percent! There are 88 written reviews in addition to the ratings. Words like amazing […]

Educreations and Doceri: a user comparison

Joshua Bowman, aka @ThalesDisciple, popped up on Twitter a few days ago and said he planned to compare Educreations and Doceri. We’ve been waiting with baited breath! The results are in, and Joshua says he’ll be using Doceri from now on. Read Whiteboard Comparison: Educreations vs Doceri, on the Thales Triangles blog. Here’s an excerpt […]