The ability to effectively create and share a screencast is one of the most important skills of teachers in the 21st century. Teacher-leaders will learn what screencasts are, see examples of educational screencasts, and create their own.
Be aware SMARTboard software (and other interactive whiteboard software) permit screen recording / screencasting as well!
Use Screenr (login with your Twitter account) to create a screencast explaining how to do something online which someone else who has not taken our T4T class this term probably doesn't know how to do.
Post your Screenr screencast, using both the direct link to the screencast as well as the video embed code, to your T4T blog.
Write and post a reflection about Sam's video on your T4T blog using our video reflection rubric.
Read and share a thoughtful, constructive comment on at least TWO posts written by your T4T classmates. Use our T4T Netvibes Page and our T4T Class Blog Bundle (from Wesley's Google Reader) to find posts.
Free Screencasting / screenrecording tools
Commercial Screencasting / screenrecording tools
MultiMedia Presentation Publishing Options
What is the link to one of the K-12 blog posts you commented on this semester?