In today’s classroom, video is used to teach, flip, blend, hook, whatever you want to call it.  Bottom line is, teachers use videos a lot.  They assign them to students to watch.  But do the students really watch them? How can educators hold students accountable to watching the video?

I learned about a tool last week at the miGoogle conference called  This tool allows you to view videos and take notes in real time on the same screen.  It then saves your video notes to your Google Drive.  Each note you make has a time stamp to the video.  I wonder if this would change video assignments at school.  What do you think?


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