The Media Center houses a collection of VHS and DVD titles. If you plan to screen a video/film that is now owned and/or approved by LRMS or WCPSS, you need to submit an approval form
(Intranet link - only available on campus) to the principal. Pay careful attention to ratings and objectionable material. Any video shown needs to be legally obtained (downloading a bootleg copy from the Internet or making a copy of a friend's DVD are illegal examples).
There are many other online sources for video content, too...
A searchable collection of videos from around the web that are aligned for instruction. Contains clips from popular films and TV shows
Multi-modal digital content resources that includes video. Visit the Media Center to learn about login information.
A series of 33 videos that help sharpen students' critical thinking skills in a variety of classes.
Animated explanations dealing with tons of topics.
Even more video content!
Thousands of educational videos, reviewed by educators.
PBS Crash Course
A variety of content areas are featured in this collection of videos.
Again, a variety of content areas are featured, from math to art history!
CC aligned videos and other learning materials - including handouts and lesson ideas, plus online assessment possibilities. Consult Media Center for login information (should not be needed if using this on campus). Note this WCPSS subscription will end in June 2018.
The "Google" of online video content. Be careful - anyone can post video to this site. Be sure to screen video clips prior to showing them in class. A large portion of programs that have been posted to YouTube are there illegally (breaking copyright law).
Video Conferencing: Bringing the World Into the Classroom
conferencing services permit you to make a "video call." Your laptop
camera broadcasts its image and sound to another location. Likewise, you
can see and hear others at that remote location. Video conferencing can
enable you to interact with others from across the globe, right in your
own classroom! Have guest speakers address your class. Connect with
other classrooms across the globe to learn together. Maybe take a
virtual field trip to a place far away, complete with tour guide?!
The two common tools used for video conferencing are:
You'll likely have a better experience in WCPSS using Google Hangouts. Click here
for a quick-start Google Hangouts tutorial.
These content resources can help you find others to connect with...
Make sure students have photo/video permission on file in PowerSchool.
Students without permission can take part, but need to sit off-camera so
their image is not broadcast to the remote user.
Tools To Help You With Video
Permits you to show YouTube videos without showing comments and links to other videos. Follow the instructions on the page.
Permits you to paste in a YouTube address and it will present the video without comments, ads, and links.
safe spot for students to post videos (photo permission forms apply) - an alternative to YouTube.
You might also find additional content to share with your students here.
Upload and share videos. Be sure you have photo permission forms from students who are in videos you post online.
Altering Videos for Lessons
Interject formative assessments during video viewing, remediate with answer-specific feedback, and give opportunity for Student Explanations using this free service.
Crop videos down to just the portion you want to screen, add your voice, and/or embed quizzes as part of the video using this free service.
Build lessons around a TED video or a YouTube video.