Saturday, April 29, 2017
“Not Your Grandmother’s Video"
Presenter: Desiree Alexander
Come learn how to use videos in your classroom in new, unique ways! You will learn how to download YouTube Videos, how to teach content through Hip Hop, how to quiz using videos and places to find fun content videos that aren't the same ones you saw when you were a student. The face-paced, fun webinar is just what you need to add life to your lessons! She will add screencasting and making videos yourself in that one by mentioning their options and not going too deep into HOW to use each one.
RESOURCES SHE TEACHES FROM
Ms. Desiree Alexander, Ed.S. is an award-winning, multi-degreed educator who has been in the educational field for fourteen years. She is currently the Instructional Technology Supervisor for Caddo Parish Public Schools. She is the founder of Educator Alexander, an educational consulting business. She consults with members of several schools/businesses and presents at conferences nationwide. She holds various certifications, as well as multiple technology certifications, including being a Google Certified Trainer and a Microsoft Certified Educator. She is the 2015 Librarian of the Year for Louisiana Librarian Association, 2014 Leader of the Year for Region 2 Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators, and a campus 2015 Teacher of the Year in the Zachary Community School District. She also sits on the Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educator’s Board of Directors.
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