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10 How -To - Videos for Students

Creation tools on this list are worth exploring to connect students to authentic audiences.

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Explain Everything

Explain Everything: This amazing screencasting tool is tablet and Chromebook friendly. Students can draw on their screen and create their own animation to show off the steps of a procedure. (https://explaineverything.com/)

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iMovie

iMovie: Perfect for iPad and Mac classrooms, iMovie lets students create movies with all sorts of options. Students can combine still images, video and narration for a fantastic how-to video. Teachers can also earn an Apple Teacher badge for iMovie – learn more. (http://www.apple.com/imovie/)

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Spark Video

Spark Video (https://spark.adobe.com/about/video): One of my favorite iPad and web-browser friendly tools is Spark Video. They’ve recently added a video clip feature to this movie-making tool so students can demonstrate their understanding of lots of topics.

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30Hands

30hands: This slideshow tool can be used by students who capture steps of a procedure. Students can record their voice over each step to explain how-to do something.

iPhone or iPad app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/30hands/id605013231?ls=1

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Buncee

Buncee: It is a terrific creation tool for students. You can use Buncee with students to have them show off how-to tackle a math problem or how-to get along with others. https://www.edu.buncee.com

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My Simpleshow

mySimpleshow: mySimpleshow can be used by students to create explainer videos. With this tool students can create a shareable video that explains how to do something. https://mysimpleshow.com/

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ShowMe

ShowMe: This screencasting tool designed for iPads lets students draw on their screen to show off their thinking. Students can use this tool to bring a concept to life.

iPad http://www.showme.com/

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Shadow Puppet EDU

Shadow Puppet EDU: This slideshow creator is definitely a favorite. Students can search for images within the app, add text or stickers to their image, and record their voice to show off how-to do something. http://get-puppet.co/

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Powtoon

Powtoon: Create free animated videos and presentations. https://www.powtoon.com/

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Biteable

Biteable: Use the world's simplest video and animation maker in only minutes. https://biteable.com/