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Turn YouTube into a Classroom with eduCanon

13 Jan

See on Scoop.ittech | design | education

You know the Internet is loaded with great videos. But holding students accountable for watching, or making the viewing experience more active, is a challenge. Without standing right over students, how do you know if they’re really watching?

Thomas Adam Johnson‘s insight:

An excellent resource to build flipped classes or modules, which call for understanding.  They use Youtube videos and build in multiple choice questions on the video timeline.

See on www.cultofpedagogy.com

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Posted by on January 13, 2014 in Technology

 

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