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Top 3 Tips to Create Engaging Lessons and Activities for Blended Learning - Shared screen with speaker view
EdTechTeam
12:54
Welcome everyone!
Ms. Morales Junco
13:19
Hello from NJ teaching 8th grade science
Lisa Pogue
14:10
Hello! Instructional Design Coach from Texas
Leanne Lacey
14:13
Inst Tech Coordinator, Gilbert, AZ
Larissa
14:25
Hello. I'm a paraeducator in CA, working with grades K-5
Jean Potter
19:20
any suggestions for doing the same with adults - for PD?
EdTechTeam
22:37
Here is the link to move effect: https://noveleffect.com/
EdTechTeam
28:50
@Monique Parks I’ll call out your question to Emma and she if she has an alternative
Chris Lindberg
33:48
out
Jean Potter
34:11
Tie
Rachelle Lee
36:48
Thank you, I needed a pick me up!
Karen Kennedy-Allin
36:59
Thank you, Emma!!
Ms. Morales Junco
37:18
Emma thank you so many awesome ideas!
EdTechTeam
37:19
Thank you for joining us live!
Leanne Lacey
37:30
Thank you! Lots of fun ideas!
Jean Potter
37:34
Thanks for the question in slides and novel effect.
EdTechTeam
38:03
https://video.link/
Jean Potter
38:03
Wakelet will play YouTube embedded - so no ads
Sarah Kohlbeck
38:20
safeyoutube.net
Elizabeth Straszynski
38:27
I believe you can download youtube videos to your Gdrive… while the kids can't access directly, you can provide it for them from your drive
Elizabeth Straszynski
38:41
yes, can use youtube with edpuzzle
Elizabeth Straszynski
40:02
OMG no kidding!
Elizabeth Straszynski
40:23
walk the walk, pd committee
EdTechTeam
40:31
Thank you for all of the YouTube recommendations!
Elizabeth Straszynski
42:31
there is an app for that
Elizabeth Straszynski
43:08
I use videos of my cats as prizes for productive class work
Jean Potter
43:41
Flipgrid, Seesaw
Elizabeth Straszynski
44:41
yeah! love flipgrid
Karen Kennedy-Allin
44:49
Thanks again, from Humboldt, Saskatchewan!