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Managing Classes

Click on the links below to manage class accounts.

Note: You must first log into your Discovery account.

Video tutorials are available here.

      

    Managing Students

    Click on the links below to manage student accounts.

    Note: You must first log into your Discovery account.

    Video tutorials are available here.

     

    Video Streaming Best Practices

    Don’t just watch a video! Frame, Focus and Follow Up.

    Follow these guidelines from WNET for using video in the classroom:
     
    • Frame: Provide a context that helps viewers pay attention to the main content of the media. Ask questions about the topic explored in the media to activate prior knowledge. When necessary, provide any background information they may need to fully understand the media.
       
    • Focus: Help viewers notice the important aspects of the media by providing them with a specific focus, something to look for while they interact with the media. Without a focus for viewing, participants will notice all sorts of interesting details - but not necessarily the idea or information you want them to focus on.
       
    • Follow-up: Provide an opportunity for viewers to summarize what they saw and did - because they will notice and experience different things, and not always what you expected! Re-telling and discussing helps consolidate understanding and remember it.
       
      Source: Lisa Nielsen's Innovative Educator Blog
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