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What does it mean when you can capture what’s on your screen and share it with others? As it turns out, there’s a wide range of benefits. Teachers and students can leverage this sort of visual communication to improve understanding, clarity, efficiency, and it can even be a lot of fun!
Learn New Teaching Skills Without Breaking the Bank
Getting the necessary training for teaching to keep up on skills and trends in education can be time consuming and expensive. Empower tech-savvy students (or teachers) at your school to record and share training screencasts and you’ll maximize your teachers’ learning opportunities.
Teach Your Students Even When You're Absent
Do you ever get frustrated when your students fall behind because you had to miss class? In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use Snagit to pre-record your lessons when you know you're going to miss a day. You'll return to class with your students up to speed on the curriculum and ready to move forward.
Extend Your Lessons' Shelf Life
Do you find your students struggling to remember what they learned in class when it comes time to do their homework? If you already display information from your computer during your lessons (such as PowerPoint presentations, notes, illustrations, etc.), why not use screencasting to record those lessons? We'll show you how to easily record and share your lessons to help your students refresh their memories and keep you on track in the classroom.
Get Parents Involved in Student Learning
Parents and educators are both want their students to succeed, but it’s often difficult for parents to know what’s being covered in school. With screencasting, you can easily show parents what’s going on in class, and get them involved. We'll show you how to use Snagit to make quick updates for your students' parents.
Create Video Notes With Your Interactive Whiteboard
Have an interactive whiteboard in your classroom? You probably already know that it's a powerful in-class teaching tool, but did you know that you can also use it to extend your students' learning opportunities beyond the classroom? In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use Camtasia Studio to do just that.
Engage Students with Personalized Feedback
You want to give all of your students detailed feedback on an important project. Instead of trying to squeeze your comments into the margins, why not use screencasting to give your students personalized, audio-visual feedback? In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use Snagit to easily create in-depth feedback videos.
Meet Students' Individual Learning Needs
You’ve got a big class with diverse students. Do you ever wish that you could challenge all of your students to achieve mastery instead of having to shoot for the middle? In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use Camtasia Studio to send your lectures home with your students so you can work with them one-on-one in the classroom.