How video can grab students' attention -- and hold it

05/28/2013 | T.H.E. Journal

Video is the answer to capturing and keeping students' attention, say math specialist Dotty Corbiere and Rushton Hurley, founder of the nonprofit organization Next Vista for Learning and a former high-school teacher and principal. Among their favorite uses of video in the classroom are the Stop-Action Movies to teach the digestive system and poetry, as well as video technology to film students explaining a concept in 90 seconds.

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