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Use the Atlas as an Activator
Check out Hall’s Blog to learn how!
Download a video or segment
Make sure that you have QuickTime selected in your media settings
Open iTunes and import your video (File > Import > Find your video)
Right click on the video and select “Convert Selection for iPod”
Copy the video to your iPodMega VCR
Save video or video segment to your computer
View > Toolbars > Control Toolbox
Click on More Controls (hammer and wrench icon)
Scroll down to Windows Media Player
Draw a box that will become the image belowPractice Embedding…Really Embedding
Right click on the media player > Select properties
Click on the empty cell next to “Custom”Really Embedding
Browse for your video > Click OK
In slideshow mode, you will be able to play the video embedded WITH controls like rewind, fast forward, sound, etc.Really Embedding
Open the CC file in a text editing program like Wordpad or Notepad
Locate the line of code that indicates “font size”
Increase the font size from 10 to 30 (or whatever you prefer)
Save the CC fileCC
Add material from “My Content” folder and view who has taken your assignment on lineBuild Something
Incorporate videos into your quizzes at the beginning of each quiz or when a student gets the question wrong
Now your students can type a response to your prompt and send it to you electronically. You can even view their results on line!
Now you can add bullets, spreadsheets, bold, italics and more!
Use video, images, and sounds to create a story, documentary, or film. Have your students tell the story from their point of view
We show you how through DEN blogs like:
Or unitedstreaming Professional Development links like the Trainers Toolkit and unitedstreaming In Action: