Bill Sistare of Westminster School has recently incorporated interactive YouTube annotations into his time-shifted science explanations. Simple, effective time-markers allow his students to engage the video at the point they require:
Thanks for sharing, Bill!
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I love no only how clear the intructor is (I will be using this scaffold after watching this video) but how simple the markers are. It’s a reminder of how to use annotations wisely to acomplish the task at hand, and that task only. Excellent post Jac!