Totally forgot about #nvedchat tonight. My bad. I was letting off some steam.
What would MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech sound backed by Kendrick Lamar’s “Be Humble?” What about John F. Kennedy imploring us to choose to go the moon backed by “Rocket Man?” Though, Youtube DJ was designed for mixing music from Youtube, it could be applied for classroom use to introduce speeches, historic events, and documentaries backed by any music you wished.
Closing your lessons is important even in video games. Here are some iOS applications that can help you to a flawless victory.
Video Mashups are fun. You see them ubiquitously strewn throughout social media spaces. They make us laugh. They make us think. They make us want to create one. Why not use them in your classroom for instructional purposes? VixT allows you to do just that easily on your iOS or Android device.
Having students create video mash up poems, exit tickets, or answers to questions could add a little extra spice to lessons with minimal investment.
Need help getting started? Check out their Youtube Channel!
If you teach in a GAFE school district, Google Classroom is an asset. These tools integrate rather nicely with amazing benefits for both you and your students. There’s a link below to download the PDF.