By: Peter West
Blended learning and flipped learning just got a whole lot easier.
Anyone can now create learning resources for students in little more time that is required for a normal explanation of a topic.
- Recording solutions to math problems — almost as quick as solving the problem on paper.
- Highlighting important text, and explaining concepts along the way — a breeze.
- Sketching, labelling and explaining diagrams with audio annotation — child’s play.
- Providing personal feedback on a student’s work — super simple.
- Taking a photograph of anything – an art work, an experiment, a building – and then drawing on it while explaining concepts — quick and easy.The recordings can then be played on virtually any device, and are easily placed in a LMS or OLE (Online Learning Environment)Thus, almost anything that I would normally write on paper to explain to a student I now do on my computer (a pen-based Windows tablet — in my case a Surface Pro 3). The time overhead is minimal, and students can replay the explanation whenever and wherever is needed, as many times as is needed.”To read further please click here: