Monday, 16 December 2013


from Rachel Jones blog  is a web based tool that lets you record a two and a half minute long screencast using either audio or video to narrate.
 teachers could use this to record feedback on student work, or to make short videos for flipped learning. I think the more exciting option for use in the classroom is to use it as an assessment for learning tool, and have students use it to create plenaries videos, revision materials, or even to set it as a homework task to make a PixiClip. The interface is very simple to use, and I think would be accessible to children of all ages. Learners could make use of it as a reflection tool to think about their own work, after uploading images of completed activities. There is also scope to use PixiClip collaboratively, as more than one learner could input on the audio or video narration.

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