Friday, October 12, 2012

Virtual Lesson Plans for Students When You Have a Substitute

Wouldn't it be amazing if you could leave lessons plans for your students with you giving directions AND showing the notes?  If you are looking for an easy way to create a video for your class and substitute, look no further.

Present.me allows you an easy way to record and share your webcam and files.  Check out how this teacher used the site to create a presentation for a substitute teacher while she was away from class at a workshop.
She even shared the notes for her sub plans:

Class and Lesson Set-Up:

Please use the student laptop on the cart to run the Power Point presentation.  This will include all of the elements of the lesson. 

The laptop should be ready when you enter the room.  You’ll need to turn on the power for the projector using the remote control.

If the laptop isn’t ready, please follow these steps:
1.     Log on to the computer
a.    Username: ________
b.    Password: ________
c.    You must have “_____” selected
2.    Open the Power Point called “_________.”
a.    Click the “Start” menu
b.    Click “Documents”
c.    Select “_________”
3.    If the Power Point cannot be located, don’t worry about it, but go to Internet Explorer and follow these steps:

Thanks for sharing, Kate!

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