Here are two quick ideas for creating your own educational videos that you may not have heard about!
First there’s Tellagami (rhymes with origami), a quick, easy way to create and share any short story or lesson.
My students typed in their book reports and selected an animated character to make their presentation. They loved making their own classroom videos to share.
Each Gami takes about five minutes to make. The downside— the program can only be accessed using an iPhone or iPad, and the presentation length is limited by the number of characters allowed. Engaging and super cool!
The second video-making software I found, Animoto, creates short videos set to music. It has lots of free designs, it’s easy-to-use, and it’s fun. This program is available online and uses text and pictures to create a short album or message.
The one I made to promote my favorite grammar shortcut (below) took about 15 minutes to make.
What are your some of your favorite ways to easily create classroom videos?
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