Broadcasting Luminous Learning

mic-1132528_1920Periscope is a live broadcasting tool, a picture may be worth a thousand words, but live video can take you someplace and show you around. Before Periscope, many educators used Meerkat for their live broadcasts. As I explained earlier this week that being Luminous means lighting up your learners with that same passion and having fun along the way. The use of live broadcasting allows for a view into showing of passion with educators and even with students. What’s great about both is the allowing real time comments and feedbacks very similar to a Q&A. Below are a few examples:

Kasey Bell at Edcamp ICE after Dark

https://katch.me/embed/v/950baeec-ede7-3c19-81bf-b38a2f80b0ee?sync=1

Tony Vincent at GAETC

https://katch.me/embed/v/44fee9e7-3fe5-3562-a24c-3ebc20458fa8?sync=1

Erin Klein showing how to use http://katch.me

https://katch.me/embed/v/3ea7783e-d895-30dd-8f63-21cd7e620b14?sync=1

If you would love to know more on using Live Broadcasting check out Tony’s website: Learning In Hand for some great tutorials and people to follow.

 

 

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