Monday, May 5, 2014

Featured 5-5-2014: eduCanon

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eduCanon is an online learning tool that can be used to build and share interactive video lessons transforming passive content into an active experience for students.

Begin with a YouTube, Vimeo, or TeacherTube video. Use eduCanon to break the content into digestible chunks by time-linking activities that students interact with as they view the video - increasing student engagement and, with real-time monitoring, informing the next day’s lesson planning.
Principally designed to be used in a 1:1 student learning environment, teachers have used eduCanon in class as a blended tool, assigned students an eduCanon lesson as homework in a flipped setting, and had students to create their own lessons. eduCanon is flexible enough to be adapted to your resources and teaching style.
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eduCanon is a web-based app, so no downloading or installation is required. It works on Macs and PC, on all major browsers, but the best experience comes with Chrome or Safari. It can even be embedded into a website or blog.

 Watch eduCanon’introductory video
eduCanon is committed to keeping a free, functional site. Some premium features are offered such as gradebook export, free response question types, and a lesson search giving you access to the library of high-quality lessons created by users.
Note: Students are not required to have an email address to sign up for eduCanon.

1 comment:

bal02006 said...


Thanks for the great coverage and description of eduCanon! I'd love to co-blog down the line--


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