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Chris Betcher

Introducing Screencastify

836 views 2 months ago
Screencastify is a screencasting extension for Google Chrome. It allows you to record your screen activity for creating tutorials, etc, and runs entirely in Chrome, so opens the possibility of screencasting up to Chromebook owners. Here's how to use it.
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Screencastify is a screencasting extension for Google Chrome. It allows you to record your screen activity for creating tutorials, etc, and runs entirely in Chrome, so opens the possibility of screencasting up to Chromebook owners. Here's how to use it. Show less

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    I did my first skydive this morning and couldn't help but buy the overpriced video package they sell with it. Of course I wanted to put it on YouTube, but they had copyright music with it (how do ...
  • Embedding Google Calendars in other websites

    • 1 week ago
    • 9 views
    One really cool advantage of Google web-based approach to Calendars is that they can be embedded pretty much anywhere very easily. Here's how!
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    • 2 weeks ago
    • 101 views
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    • 2 weeks ago
    • 15 views
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  • Office File Versioning in Google Drive

    • 3 weeks ago
    • 97 views
    Google Docs: As well as being collaborative, simple to use and accessible from everywhere, they also have great version control history that lets you roll back to any previous revision. Very handy ...
  • More like play than work

    • 1 month ago
    • 24 views
    Too much of our work amounts to the drudgery of arranging means toward ends, mechanically placing the right foot in front of the left and the left in front of the right, moving down narrow corridor...

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As a Google Certified Teacher and a Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer, I love working with all the amazing tools that come from Google. Here's a few videos I've made. For more detailed tutorials, you might like to visit my school YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/user/chrisbetcher

Scratch Play

Scratch is a programming language for kids from the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at MIT. I love working with kids on Scratch, so here's a few videos and resources I've made about it.

Tutorials Play

A collection of videos explaining how to use various software and hardware tools.

Travel and Activities Play

A few videos of places, people and events

School related Play

Videos from school and teaching

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    • 3 years ago
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    • 23,077 views
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