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Wednesday, July 16 • 1:10pm - 2:15pm
Kid Flipping Kids: Producing Student-Created Tutorials

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This session focuses on the benefits of student-created tutorials. For over seven years, our students have been happily creating tutorial screencasts on their own time after school and for no extra credit or grade. The students are energized to take an active role in their own learning. These peer-to-peer lessons engage students because the students in the videos speak the same ""kid language"" and the student-created screencasts enable them an opportunity to see multiple ways to solve a problem.

You will view student-created screencasts, discover how easy it is to create them for nearly any subject, how to share them on-line, how to use the videos as authentic assessment and tutoring tools, how to produce them on a budget (using iPads, tablets or desktops), how the student tutorials are used to flip our classroom as well as glimpse at some emerging positive data. Let's make and share some student tutorials!

Speakers
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Eric Marcos

Math Teacher, Mathtrain TV, Lincoln Middle School
Eric Marcos is a sixth grade mathematics teacher at Lincoln Middle School in Santa Monica, CA. Eric integrates purposeful-technology with a “kids teaching kids” model.  For over seven years, Eric’s students have been using screencasting software to create math video lessons, which are used in classroom instruction, for the class podcast and shared with freely with a global audience. He created the Web site Mathtrain.com... Read More →


Wednesday July 16, 2014 1:10pm - 2:15pm
White Hill - 4th Floor Boston Park Plaza