Movies, Video, and Slideshows

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Educators can apply for a free Animoto Plus account to create unlimited videos for the classroom. Its powerful features can be used to create stunning presentations incorporating images, video clips, music and text.

The Alphabet Movie





Suggested Starting Points:

Fantastic Resource: Animation in Education

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Further Resources:

How to disable comments in YouTube

Haven't you go!
That's if you own the video and posted it yourself. For videos that YOU didn't create, use - just copy the URL of the video you want to show and paste it into the ViewPure window, then you will get a new URL you can share with anyone that plays the video without any comments OR related videos.
Very handy!

45 Interesting Ways* to use your Pocket Video Camera in the Classroom: Tom Barrett, UK (Fantastic ideas!)

Many Ways to Use Flip Video Cameras in the Classroom
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Free Technology for Teachers

Photopeach: from CB'sPermalink e-learning course:

Reply by Robin Mottershead Aug.14, 2011.

If you want to see some PhotoPeach videos, here's my Connect page:

I have used Animoto to put still pics together in a video-like presentation, but my personal favorite tool for this is Photopeach. Not only is it easy to use, but even the free version allows you to link to YouTube for your background you basically a boundless music selection.
Every teacher has Connect Page on our school website (new last year). Space is limited and the page is next to impossible to format. Posting a picture is a multistep process in which the end result is usually something you settle for because you have worked so hard and can't produce what you envisioned. SO, I have started posting links to Photopeach shows... AND, even better, the kids like to make the shows, so I don't have to.