Communicating with another person from a distance may make you feel somewhat handicapped. Especially if you’re trying to be understood, not merely listened to. To use an old cybernetics metaphor, this situation may make you feel like you are speaking to a black box.
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New Explain Everything better supports remote and mixed learning scenarios and makes video recording simpler.
In just about a couple weeks, Explain Everything will improve significantly. You’ll gain the ability to moderate your collaborations with confidence and better control what gets recorded in your video. Here’s a sneak preview of what’s coming.
Let’s explore the power of videos and recordings in education and online schools.
In March the whole world had to face a great interruption to our everyday lives. It’s been an intense time for all of us, and technology has proven to be our greatest asset but at the same time — a great challenge. How have teachers and students survived the time, and what have we all learnt from it? Were we able to keep it together, what with social distancing and all the sudden changes to our frame of work?
What is the future of distance learning? How can new tools help us overcome current limitations? What are the biggest obstacles? Nobody knows better than teachers, so we decided to ask them, and we received plenty of insightful comments and a few pressing questions, too.
We are learning to trust technology more and more every day, and with countless aspects of our lives. Adapting to today’s rapidly-changing reality pays off. Especially when the tech you’re using was created based on decades of solid research.
In 1961, Terry Gilliam and David Sibbet met at Occidental College. Their meeting, though they could not have known it at the time, would have a profound impact on visual […]
Interactivity and immediacy are traits we associate with up close and personal, face-to-face situations. Countless teachers we have talked to say that’s what they miss most about lessons in the […]
Regardless of whether you’re annotating, creating doodles, or animating them, Explain Everything version 6.0 for iOS makes things decidedly more intuitive.
It’s the 21st century. Pandemic or no pandemic, having a group of people silently and passively watch someone narrate slides for hours on end should finally become a thing of the past. Time to get with the program!
During lockdowns, the sudden demand for remote learning is stress-testing new ways of communicating. More importantly, it is creating unprecedented challenges for educators. A completely new set of skills and […]