Today my 4th and 5th grade STEM students launched water bottle rockets they built earlier in the week, and this provided the first opportunity for me to use the “slow motion video” option in my T-Mobile iPhone 5S. This video from this morning became our “what not to do” video about standing near water puddles. I published this with audio using the free YouTube Capture app. I chose some copyright-friendly music (“Garage”) from within the app before publishing the video.
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- Podcast378: The EdReach Media Network - Empowering Educator Voices Worldwide - 2011
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