Do you ever want your students to watch a video for homework? Do they ever struggle keeping up with the video, or remembering that the assignment is actually…an assignment…and they may need to take notes?
Stress no more, teacher friends!
If you haven’t checked out VideoNot.es, please do so immediately!! 🙂
This is an amazing tool that allows students to watch a video (any video that has a website) and simultaneously record notes. These notes are TIME STAMPED so teachers and students can reference specific content from the video.
Wait, it gets better.
Do your students utilize Evernote? This is the most popular note-taking tool in my classes, and is probably the most common app used in my building (for good reason).
The best feature of VideoNot.es? Notes taken through this app automatically save in Google Drive!! Awesome!
Students can even SHARE their notes with classmates and their TEACHER!
For an example of how VideoNot.es can be used while viewing a YouTube video, please click here.
If you haven’t checked out VideoNot.es, I highly recommend it. It’s a free app that links to Evernote and saves in Google Drive…what else do you need? 🙂
Here are some articles about VideoNot.es in the classroom. Enjoy!
VideoNot.es : Note Taking for the Flipped Classroom
US History Teachers Blog: VideoNot.es for Note Taking in a Flipped Classroom
Thanks for reading 🙂