How to use Vialogues

I used Vialogues in my English class last week. I think it’s a tool with great educational potential. I was going to write a lengthy post outlining the process, but figured it might work better if I created a screencast showing you what to do instead. I’d encourage you to visit the site and take a look around for some inspiration. You’ll find it, I’m sure.

I’d love to see more teachers using screencasting to explain processes to their students. Being able to revisit an explanation is something that I think is valuable. I’m always pointing my students to YouTube to find screencasts explaining editing tools or how to troubleshoot problems on their computers. It seems like you can find a screencast for nearly everything these days!

Hopefully, the above screencast explains Vialogues well enough to encourage you to have a go.

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3 responses to “How to use Vialogues

  1. dskmag

    +100XP – Nice work.

  2. Thanks for sharing this! I would love to try to use this with my students!

  3. Pingback: using video for learning and more flipping in the classroom « Learner Bytes

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