How can streaming and interactive video be used in education?
4 C’s are huge here - Using video to encourage communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity and encouraging learning to happen not only inside of the school building or district, but also globally.
Streaming/Interactive video helps increase engagement and ultimately comprehension
Live Streaming brings experts in the classroom and enhances the learning process.
“Virtual Field Trip”
Lends to various learning styles
Offering courses in a district across campuses where a teacher may only be available at one building and not another
Being able to offer coaching services to teachers across a district when an instructional or tech coach is not always available in every building / IT Support could also be done in this way
Interactive VideoFlipped Classrooms
Flipped staff meetings
Flipped PD So many times teachers use the time factor to say they don’t have time to attend a PD after school that is face to face. Using interactive video in combination with choice boards is a great way to offer PD. Count the time by using an application that will show that they have watched it and answered some questions about what was presented.
Backchannel and / or reflection tool
Feedback tool for providing feedback to students
Streaming Services that include many paid subscriptions are great for enhancing content presentations
Streamyard - Livestreaming, shareable studio right within your browser