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Technology Integration Form Screen casting

Selected Technology/Resource Name: Age/Grade Technology/Resource Type:
Jing Level: Website / Application
9-12 Application Software Device
Source: (Web address, company name, etc.)

Associated Learning Standard(s): The resource may be generally applicable, if so, simply state that.
List any ISTE-S standards that seem to naturally align with the selected resource.
1a. Promote, support, and model creative and innovative thinking and inventiveness.
1c. Promote student reflection using collaborative tools to reveal and clarify students conceptual
understanding and thinking, planning and creative processes.
1d. Model collaborative knowledge construction by engaging in learning with students, colleagues, and
others in face-to-face and virtual environments.
2a. Design or adapt relevant learning experiences that incorporate digital tools and resources to
promote student learning and creativity.
3a. Demonstrate fluency in technology systems and transfer of current knowledge to new technologies
and situations.
3b. Collaborate with students, peers, parents and community members using digital tools and resources
to support student success and innovation.
3c. Communicate relevant information and ideas effectively to students, parents and peers using a
variety of digital age media and formats.
4b. Address the diverse needs of all learners by using learner-centered strategies and providing
equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources.

Give a brief description of the technology/resource.
Jing is a tool that lets you take snap shots or videos of your current screen and/or instructional process.
For example, if you wanted to show a class a brief tutorial on the layout of APA format, Jing would let you
capture your screen and record your input that you can easily send to students in your virtual classroom.
There is even a video editor where you can perfect your short tutorials and videos.


How might you use this resource in a lesson plan to promote students
presentation/speaking/communication skills?
As a future English/Creative Writing instructor, I can think of multiple ways to use this tool. I choose this
one specifically because it seemed like the most user friendly, and it worked well on my mac. It would
be incredibly helpful for the use that I stated above, on helping students learn how to structure
assignments or papers.
Additionally, you could set up a tutorial on how to effectively search for articles and research using your
schools database.
You can also attachment to PowerPoints to give short mini lectures to go along with what they are
viewing on the screen. It is more or less a genius way to get information across to students, without
them having to be face-to-face with you in a classroom.
Value-Added Rating Scale

3 2 1

The integration idea described: The integration idea The integration idea described:
aligns to content standards aligns to content standards
aligns to content standards
transforms a lesson in a way that serves as a nice supplement to
would be impossible or very enhances a lesson; likely to a lesson but wouldnt necessarily
difficult without it; very likely to increase student play a critical role within the
increase student engagement and engagement and support lesson
contribute to mastery of the mastery of the concept(s)
concept(s) will most likely be used by the
will most likely be used by teacher during a lesson (e.g., a
optimal in a student-centered the students directly demonstration)
environment where students are
active and engaged in learning

I would give this technology somewhere in between a 2 or a 3. I think for certain teachers, this tool can
be awesome, especially for math teachers that are trying to show specific problems while talking them
through on their computer, or a teacher who is trying to give an online lecture in the case of an absence,
or for students who may not be able to attend classes on a specific day. It definitely opens up a lot of
options as long as you know how to use a computer well.

I think that teachers would also be able to use this as a benefit for students that may struggle with
reading comprehension, and would retain information better when hearing it and visually seeing specific
problems or lessons done in front of them, at their own pace.

This template has been adapted from the following resources:

Christie, A., (2007). Dr. Alice Christies 6C Model for Evaluating Apps. Retrieved from
ISTE, (2012). iste.netss Advancing Digital Age Learning. Retrieved from
LearnZillion, Inc. (July 2014). TeachFest Guide | Mathematics. Retrieved from
Schrock, K., (2011-14). Critical Evaluation of a Content-Based IPAD/IPOD APP. Retrieved from