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Friday, July 18 • 10:20am - 11:25am
Screencasts that Pop

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This session delves deeper into the creation and sharing of screencast tutorials. Whether it is you or your students creating the tutorials, we will examine topics such as:

-Planning (script or no script- we’re fans of no script),
-Recording (video aspect ratio, audio, mics),
-Editing (adding intro/outro music, bumpers, captioning, fixing errors),
-Exporting/Sharing (file types, where to upload tutorials, YouTube, iTunes, own site)

We have been producing screencasts for over 7 years and continue to enjoy learning and sharing screencasting tips. Therefore, part of this session is devoted to inviting you to share any of your own tricks or tips as well as questions. Familiarity with either Camtasia Studio, Camtasia for Mac or iPad screencasting apps is helpful.

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 →


Friday July 18, 2014 10:20am - 11:25am
Cambridge - 4th Floor Boston Park Plaza