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12 Days of #EdTech-mas #EdTech: The Gift of Video

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Video is still one the the most power learning tools that teachers use. Now that each student has a device, this offers various possibilities in offering individualized instruction through video through differentiation.


  1. Students can view the video at their own pace. If they need something repeated or need to pause the video, they can do so.
  2. Students can be watching different videos from each other at the same time. For example, I can even edit my videos or make a new video for students by ability level.

How to get started?


  1. Make your Video (WeVideo)
  2. Publish your Video (YouTube Channel)
  3. Present your Video to Students (EdPuzzle)

WeVideo - Tutorial - How to Make and Edit Videos on a Chromebook

From Teachers.Tech on YouTube

How to Create a YouTube Channel

From Teachers.Tech on YouTube

Make your Videos Interactive with EdPuzzle

From Flipped Classroom Tutorials on YouTube



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