Screenshots, Screencasts, and Videos



Students learn to use these three tools—screenshots, screencasts, and videos—to differentiate for varied learning styles in a variety of digital devices including Chromebooks, iPads, desktops (or laptops), browser add-ons, software, and webtools.

The thirteen-page lesson includes:

  • summary of project
  • average time required
  • suggested grade level
  • Essential Question
  • Big Idea
  • teacher prep required
  • step-by-step instructions (where relevant)
  • examples
  • academic applications
  • class handouts (where relevant)
  • assessment strategies
  • sample grading rubric (where relevant)
  • pedagogic article with ten reasons why screencasts should be in the student’s and teacher’s toolkit
  • Digital Delivery
  • Page count: 12 pages
  • Language: English
  • Suggested grades: 4-12

Curious? Here’s a preview:

Screenshots, Screencasts, Videos--Preview

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