Create your own videos and so much more! This page gives a taste of what we and our learners can do. Consider the process as well as the final product! Be mindful of copyright. Consider ways to involve content and language development. (Many of these are also apps.) Happy movie making! *My favs.
Simple Ways to Make Videos
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"A grid students go to view your topics, record responses and respond to classmates"
The free version has branding, but paid version is fairly low, so it may be worth a look.
Wideo has a free 7 day trial. Educator upgrades are fairly low, so it may be worth a look.
Richard Byrn's post, Six Types of Classroom Video Projects and 18 Video Creation Tools, is a good resource for K-12 educators
Video Editors, Enhancers and Much More
Use software on your computer such as iMovie or Windows Movie Maker or go online with some of these sites. *You may upload your videos to YouTube. Some schools block YouTube. TeacherTube and Vimeo may be alternatives to storing videos.
Add subtitles to your videos.
Viewers can "Add text, video, or audio comments about any moment in your video"
Crop a video, add your voice, embed quizzes.
Embed Plus allows you to crop, resize, etc. You Tube videos.
Create interactive videos.
Download videos from sites like YouTube, Facebook, etc.
Take notes on videos, organize playlists, and more.
Annotate, collect, and share parts of online videos
"Transform any YouTube video into a lesson worth sharing. Search YouTube videos, add your own supplementary materials and share your lesson with your students."
Transcribe audio or videos.
Annotate YouTube and other videos.
Take notes from videos with Videonot.es. It synchronizes with the video and is integrated with Google Drive.
"Vialogues provides a space for users to hold meaningful and dynamic time-stamped discussions about videos."
WeVideo is a collaborative online video editor.
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Outside the box: What role can communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and culture play in video making? How can these tools augment to a current lesson or unit of instruction? How can they be used to differentiate or individualize? What preparation would you need to do in order to make this possible?