By: Angela Watson
“Videos are great for boosting student engagement and communicating ideas in a powerful way. However, they can be problematic when you only want to show portions of a video, especially if students are watching the video on their own without your guidance.
Navigating around and skipping over sections can be time consuming and frustrating, not to mention that it kills the momentum of your lesson and distracts students from the content.Fortunately, there is a new tool which makes integrating videos in your class simpler and much easier.
Vibby allows you to highlight and show only parts of the video you want students to see. It also lets you add notes and comments on selected portions, making the video even more engaging.” To read further please click here:http://thecornerstoneforteachers.com/2015/10/vibby.html