Brian Hoelscher
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Posting videos with students in them on the web

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alan Stange Feb 21, 2010. 7 Replies

I am new to the digital video posting phenomenon and I would like to get opinions about posting videos with students to youtube for easy embedding.  What are the safety and/or legal implications of…Continue

Flipping Homework and Lecture Using Video Lessons

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Sowash Feb 28, 2010. 4 Replies

I have a Math teacher who was looking for a way to get more time in class to individualize with students and reteach concepts to ensure learning was going on.  A lightbulb went off in her head and…Continue

 

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Brian Hoelscher replied to Benjamin Johnson's discussion Web-Streaming Live Events
"We have been wanting to do this at our middle school. I would love some more information about setup."
Apr 11, 2010
Brian Hoelscher replied to Adam's discussion Any administrators using twitter?
"I am a principal in Washington, IL and I am trying to tweet announcements and "Tweet our own horn" a little bit to advertise some of the excellent things going on at school. I have downloaded the Twitvid app on my phone and I am able to…"
Mar 19, 2010
Brian Hoelscher replied to Sue Palmer's discussion Teacher's use of podcasts as a teaching tool!
"I am now an administrator, but I used podcasting a great deal when I was teaching. I did studycasts and I now teach my teachers how to podcast on MyPodcast.com. My training site is : http://hoelscherprogram.mypodcast.com/index.html It has an…"
Mar 19, 2010
Brian Hoelscher replied to Jeanae Graves's discussion Moodle or Wikispace?
"Use Ning. It is very versatile and has chat, blog and wiki options. Just like this network, it is easy to build a learning network for your staff. Good Luck!"
Mar 19, 2010
Brian Hoelscher replied to Sean Junkins's discussion A New Teaching Tool
"There is this new thing called the internet. It looks as if it may be useful as well. You may want to look into it :)"
Mar 17, 2010
Brian Hoelscher replied to Mel J. Janousek's discussion Best Web 2.0 Educational Tool?
"What is the cost of learning space?"
Mar 16, 2010
Brian Hoelscher replied to Adam's discussion Any administrators using twitter?
"I am a principal and I am currently trying to "tweet" school information. What type of information is everyone tweeting"
Mar 1, 2010
John Sowash replied to Brian Hoelscher's discussion Flipping Homework and Lecture Using Video Lessons
"I have been posting lectures with images from the textbook on YouTube without any problem. Included with my textbooks were CD's with all of the digital images from the textbook so teachers can use them in handouts, PowerPoint, etc. The…"
Feb 28, 2010
Tim replied to Brian Hoelscher's discussion Flipping Homework and Lecture Using Video Lessons
"I actually had a question about this. As educators, is it okay to post tutorials on YouTube that include textbook images? Might publishers request our content to be taken down or is this sort of usage generally allowed? I've avoided posting…"
Feb 28, 2010
Alan Stange replied to Brian Hoelscher's discussion Posting videos with students in them on the web
"I have posted students in video and student videos. We have permission forms and naturally exclude students with specified limitations. My students are not to use their names. As with most issues of student internet use, we are likely far too…"
Feb 21, 2010
Brian replied to Brian Hoelscher's discussion Posting videos with students in them on the web
"It's a district requirement for teachers to have signed by parents for their students. No form, no picture--period. It's wise to have our teachers covered for those just-in-cases!"
Feb 21, 2010
Brian replied to Brian Hoelscher's discussion Posting videos with students in them on the web
"Anytime I upload, I also make sure there's a media release form on file!"
Feb 21, 2010
Brian Hoelscher replied to Kendra Larmour's discussion Podcasting daily lessons
"My 8th Grade Math Teacher uses a flip camera and a tripod. It is focused on her smart board and it picks up all of the audio as well. It is very good. She puts her video up on youtube and then embeds in our school wiki. Youtube videos can only be 10…"
Feb 21, 2010
Kev replied to Brian Hoelscher's discussion Posting videos with students in them on the web
"I post my personal and instructional stuff to youtube but I won't post anything with students. Instead I post to Vimeo and password lock it. My students and parents have the password but nobody else does."
Feb 21, 2010
Richard Thomas replied to Brian Hoelscher's discussion Posting videos with students in them on the web
"Brian, teachertube.com is a good site to upload to."
Feb 20, 2010
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School / Work Affiliation
Central Intermediate School
About Me
I am principal at Central Intermediate School. Prior to that, I was a science/social studies teacher at Eureka Middle School. I taught a graduate course on integrating technology into instruction.

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One to One solutions

Posted on January 29, 2010 at 11:48am 2 Comments

I am a principal who wants to move to one to one. I am leaning toward the IPod touch or IPad for this. Can anyone give me some suggestions? I want something that students can own and take home with them and then use at school. I would really appreciate any suggestions you may have on this subject.

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