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The Results of An Art Instruction Doceri Screencast

Here’s a Doceri screencast I made that has helped me grade my art students’ work. This is their llama landscapes from the assignment posted below. I think they made some fine llamas and Nessies, don’t you?

Using a Doceri Screencast to Start An Art Project

I am almost through teaching my 7/8th grade Art1 students about the elements of art. I’m down to Space and Color. I decided to make screencasts about most of the elements but for color I’m using a document camera to show my brush work and mixing. However, for space a Doceri screencast fits the bill. The next step after this step-by-step tutorial is to challenge the kids with using all of the elements of art in one painting.

As for the efficacy of this screencast? I will post the kids sketches once I’ve got a good bunch.

See if YOU can draw a few llamas and the Nessy in a lake between beautiful rolling hills.

Integrating Science Vocab and Video via Doceri

‘Doceri makes my life as a teacher easier.” – Jason Gilmore.  Here’s how: 

How to Draw an Animal Cell: Live lesson Recorded and Created with Doceri

How to draw an animal cell diagram. I recorded and created this lesson live with Doceri in my middle school STEAM SPED class. Can you imagine if all teachers recorded their lessons? 

Doceri Classroom Training: Using Drawing Mode and Importing a Picture

See inside Jason Gilmore’s SPED/ STEAM class while he shares how to use Doceri within his own pedagogy. Today he toggles between Drawing mode and the internet to screenshot pictures of human cheek cells. He supports his students by instructing them how to draw human cheek cells and shows them what to look for in the microscopes. All while on the move in the classroom supporting his students as he instructs! 

Doceri as Foundation of Classroom Tech Tools: Part 1

Over the past four years Doceri has become the foundation to my edtech tool belt. When presenting or having a discussion I am free to walk around the room and access Class Dojo, Kahoot!, Google Classroom, etc through Doceri. OR I can use it as a digital whiteboard and make a screencast on the fly.  This year I am teaching 7th and 8th grade science to kids with IEP’s.  I am also teaching art to a mix of kids with and without IEP’s. I’ll take you through how I use Doceri and show you just how important it has become to my teaching. I’d never want to teach without it! This is part one of a series where you can see how Doceri makes all other apps and content become accessible to my students through Doceri.

YouTube Upload Bug Fix is now available

If you have been having trouble uploading to YouTube directly from the Doceri iPad app, you’re not alone. The difficulty began over the summer when YouTube changed their security protocols. We hope this bug fix has arrived just in time for the start of your school year. SP Controls apologizes if this has caused you or your students any inconvenience.

 To squash this annoying little bug please 1st backup your iPad. Then, go to the App Store to update Doceri to Doceri 2.1.17. Please let us know if you have any issues after the update through our Support Ticket System on our website.

 We can’t wait to see what new brilliance you come up with his year!

SWAT!

Thank you for your patience and happy teaching!

SP Controls and Doceri at ISTE 2017

Welcome to ISTE 2017!  iste 2017 BTeam Doceri is ready to field any Doceri and , Smart Panels, other solutions, including Doceri! Add us into your ISTE plan and see something simple yet effective to help you connect your students with your presentations.

 SEE YOU AT BOOTH 1440 in the middle of the Expo Hall.

Doceri user Contest Winner: Mark Willis

We have a WINNER!! of the Doceri user video contest to win an IPAD PRO AND APPLE PENCIL is… 

Mark Willis!!!  Congratulations Mark! 

Here’s a previous Doceri Teacher Feature About Mark.

Now the winning entry…

Interview with Doceri user video Contest Winner: Mark Willis

Learn more about how Doceri has helped Mark create 5000 instructional videos for his high school level math students.

Jason Gilmore, Doceri Community Advocate’s  interview with Mark Willis.

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