You Might Be a Geeky Teacher If You Can... Screencast at least three different ways!

We are introducing a new feature in our blog!  Every Thursday we will be offering a little test for people so that they can gauge whether or not they are a geeky teacher.  If you don't know how to do the featured geeky skill, we will give you directions and with practice, perhaps one day you too can be a GT too! 

Geeky Teachers always credit their sources so we are giving credit to Jeff Foxworthy for his You Might Be a Redneck Routines.  Here is a sample:

Screencasting Tools:  

Screenr is one of my favorites! Screen casting is all about sharing your screen with others.   It is a one button screencatcher and I can alway count on it to work quickly with great outcomes!  I use it for sub plans and introductions to lessons!  It is a great tool for flipping a classroom too! Click link for tutorial.

Screencast-O-Matic is free and easy to use.  With one click, you can start recording your screen.  Here  is a tutorial.  

Jing allows its users to create images and videos of what they see on their screen and share them with the world instantly and easily.  Jing has two versions.  One is free and the other is premium.  Free Jing offers 5 minutes of screen recording and some mark up tools for images.

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