Scientific Video

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Scientific Video by Mind Map: Scientific Video

1. Evaluation

1.1. Evaluation of unit

1.1.1. Mentimeter

1.2. Quiz, multiple choice, etc

1.2.1. Socrative (pro)

1.2.2. Hot Potatoes

1.2.3. Quizlet

2. Work with scientific videos

2.1. Explanatory sheets

2.1.1. Google docx

2.1.2. Drop Box

2.2. Video repositories

2.2.1. Youtube

2.2.2. Vimeo

2.2.3. Teacher Tube

2.3. Take notes

2.3.1. Cornell notes Strategy

2.3.2. Evernote (pro)

2.3.3. Google docs

2.3.4. Post-it

2.4. Produce glossary

2.4.1. Wordle

2.4.2. Professor Word

2.4.3. Rewordify

2.4.4. Wordsmyth

2.5. Quiz, multiple choice, etc

2.5.1. Socrative (pro)

2.5.2. Hot Potatoes

2.5.3. Quizlet

2.6. Links

2.7. Produce text

2.7.1. Notes

2.7.2. Report

2.7.3. Diagrams

2.8. Explanatory video

2.9. Making predictions/hypothesis

3. Learning objectives/goals

3.1. Competence box

3.2. Description of target group

3.3. Level

3.4. Didactic context

4. Prior knowledge

4.1. Test your knowledge

4.1.1. Socrative

4.1.2. Hot Potatoes

4.2. Competence Box / Test your knowledge

4.2.1. Checkli

5. Processing media and comprehension with integrated tools

5.1. Interactive tools

5.1.1. PlayPosit / Educanon

5.1.2. Vialogues

5.1.3. vibby

5.1.4. vucdigital

5.1.5. Vizia

5.1.6. h5p

5.1.6.1. Can be integrated with MOODLE

5.1.7. EdPuzzle

5.1.7.1. Very good tool

6. Additional resources

6.1. Video

6.1.1. ScreencastO´matic (Pro)

6.1.2. Screencastify

6.2. Bookmarks / tag lists / collection tools

6.2.1. Pinterest

6.2.2. Tumblr

6.2.3. diigo (Pro BUT free edition with quite enough characteristics)

7. Collaboration

7.1. Forum - commenting

7.1.1. TodaysMeet

7.1.2. Flowdoc

7.1.3. Edmodo

7.2. Collaboration File

7.2.1. TitanPad

7.2.2. Dropbox

7.3. Blogs/Wiki's

7.3.1. WordPress

7.3.2. Edublogs

7.3.3. Blogger

7.3.4. Wikipedia

7.4. Online analysing

7.5. Forum discussions - find an expert