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Educreations

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Teach what you know. Learn what you don't. Educreations turns your iPad or browser into a recordable whiteboard. Creating a great video tutorial is as simple as touching, tapping and talking. Create and share great video lesson with your students easily and quickly.
Prekindergarten - Higher Education
  • Ms. Alexander's avatar

    I need Help.
    I recently uploaded a video that i created to edmodo. My students cannot open the link. I also was not able to open the link from the post I sent them. However when I was able to open the link from my library. I have no clue of of to trouble shoot this problem. I just paid for the updated version and now my students can no longer access the videos on put onto edmodo.

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    • Mr. Wigand
      Mr. Wigand said Mar 8, 2016

      Try this:

      You can export an MP4 video file of your lesson from the iPad app. Select the lesson in the My Lessons grid, or view the lesson, and tap the share button. Then, tap the Open In... share option. From there, you can share to any application that takes an MP4 video.

      To upload to YouTube, we recommend using the YouTube Capture app to upload the video to YouTube. This app will ensure that your video is uploaded to YouTube in the highest quality.
      https://www.youtube.com/capture

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    • Mr. Wigand
      Mr. Wigand said Mar 8, 2016

      That's how I do it.

    • Educreations
      Educreations said Mar 8, 2016

      Ms. Alexander - You should be able to use the "copy link" option on Educreations and then simply paste that URL into Edmodo. Or you can use the MP4 option described by Mr. Wigand above. Send an email to support at educreations.com and we'll be glad to help you sort it out.

  • Mrs. Jan's avatar

    Hi, Have you introduced the class code recently? I had been using your app to share lessons with my students without creating class codes. Since I have restarted my use of your app, I don't see the dashboard . I think I have a student account myself. i had created this account some years ago amd myabe then it was only one sign in.
    After reading some blogs, I have emailed to your support@educreations.com to change my account to teacher.
    Another question: do students need to create sign ins to watch lessons on ipad app or your website?

  • Mr. Cerros's avatar

    Hello, would you happen to know of an online adaptive curriculum in Economics that i could use for the online component of blended learning in my classroom? thank you very much!

  • Ms. Smith's avatar

    Help! I had 4 girls create accounts today and instead of waiting for me to give them the class code, created their account as teachers. Now they can't use their school email to join the class because it is already being used. Any suggestions as to how to delete their "teacher" accounts? I'm showcasing technology in the classroom tomorrow - and am in a panic right now!!!

    • Educreations
      Educreations said Jan 14, 2016

      Hi Ms. Smith! Can you email support@educreations.com and list their email address, and then we can change them to students?

  • Mrs. Kilpo's avatar

    Is anyone having troubles recording videos? I have tried recording 3 different videos and all three have the same issue. When I go to save my video or preview what I've recorded, it will jump back to a seemingly random time frame (36 seconds, 16 seconds, 11 seconds, etc.) and when I go to play the video, it will play to that time frame and then skip all the way to the end... even if I have 5 minutes of recording. It will only play to that small chunk of time. I am very frustrated as this is what I use to create all of my video lessons for my students since I have flipped my classroom. Anyone else seeing this issue???

    Is anyone having troubles recording videos? I have tried recording 3 different videos and all three have the same issue. When I go to save my video or preview what I've recorded, it will jump back to a seemingly random time frame (36 seconds, 16 seconds, 11 seconds, etc.) and when I go to play the video, it will play to that time frame and then skip all the way to the end... even if I have 5 minutes of recording. It will only play to that small chunk of time. I am very frustrated as this is what I use to create all of my video lessons for my students since I have flipped...

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    • Mr. Wigand
      Mr. Wigand said Jan 5, 2016

      I made a video without any problems. Sorry.

    • Mrs. Kilpo
      Mrs. Kilpo said Jan 6, 2016

      Thanks for following up. Do you have the latest Educreations update? I had just updated my app right before I created my new videos. I was not having this problem before I updated.. so I am curious if you are running version 2.1.4 (the latest update from December 16th).

    • Ms. Alexander
      Ms. Alexander said Mar 7, 2016

      Hello Mrs. Kilpo,
      Did you every get your problem resolved. I had a problem too after updating to the new version. Maybe you can help me I need Help.
      I recently uploaded a video that I created to edmodo. My students could not open the link. I also was not able to open the link from the post I sent them. However, I was able to open the link from my library. I have no clue of of how to trouble shoot this problem. I just paid for the updated version and now my students can no longer access the videos on put onto edmodo.

  • Mr. Cerros's avatar

    Hello, would you happen to know of a free program similar to videoScribe? (other than powtoon) thanks

  • Mrs. Alvayay's avatar

    If my students create an account to join a class with one subject teacher, how can they use the same account to join another class created by another subject teacher? Is it possible?

    • Ms. Adolph
      Ms. Adolph said Nov 2, 2015

      Yes, students log into their account; select "add group"; and enter the group code Edmodo assigned to your class. It appears at the top of your screen for each class ­čśÇ

    • Educreations
      Educreations said Nov 2, 2015

      Mrs. Alvaway - Yes, students can join multiple classes, and they just need the class code for each class they wish to join. Students can join classes on the Educreations website or from within our iPad app. Just have them log into their accounts, then navigate to the Classes tab, then choose the option to "Join Class."

    • Mrs. Alvayay
      Mrs. Alvayay said Nov 4, 2015

      I tried that, but for some reason it takes me to the first class they joined when creating their account... I will try again and tell you how it goes..

  • Mr. Amiruddin's avatar



    Hi.
    Good Afternoon, I wanna ask about learning math with youtube? Does any suggestion that learning model using youtube?, or any site of basic math learning in 10th grade?. please help me. special thanks

    • Dr. Kraschnewski
      Dr. Kraschnewski said Oct 7, 2015

      Why not use Khan Academy? It has excellent videos and resources for teaching math.

    • Mr. Javier
      Mr. Javier said Nov 3, 2015

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    • Mr. Amiruddin
      Mr. Amiruddin said Apr 26, 2016

      thanks. great recommendation

  • Dr. Roberts's avatar

    How do you download on of your videos so that you can save it as an MP4 video? I have a student who doesn't have internet at home and I wanted to give him a copy of my videos. I was going to download them to a USB drive. Any advice? I have the PRO edition too.

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    • Educreations
      Educreations said Aug 11, 2015

      You would need to use the Dropbox or Google Drive apps on your iPad.

    • Dr. Roberts
      Dr. Roberts said Aug 11, 2015

      Does it usually take a long time (20-45 minutes) to save a video file?

    • Mrs. Kilpo
      Mrs. Kilpo said Jan 3, 2016

      I would suggest using the "Favorites" feature (the heart icon) instead of uploading it to an MP4. As long as the student has an educreations account and is logged into your class, he/she can "favorite" the video while they are connected to the internet, and then watch it offline later.

  • Mr. Hilton's avatar

    I am finding it very frustrating to move between the ipad and browser versions of educreations. My school has no plans to get ipads, so only the students who's families can afford their own are going to have them. As the gap between these versions widens, I am less able to recommend this platform. Basic functions (adding text, duplicating slides, clearing recordings) are missing from the browser version, making it barely usable when compared with the ipad version.
    I sat down this morning planning to make a new lesson on a tablet PC I am demoing for work, and it is basically impossible to do any of the things I'm accustomed to doing in the ipad version. Before I would ever consider paying for the pro version, I would need to know that educreations was committed to reaching all students, not just those with disposable income. That means maintaining at least similar levels of functionality between versions.

    I am finding it very frustrating to move between the ipad and browser versions of educreations. My school has no plans to get ipads, so only the students who's families can afford their own are going to have them. As the gap between these versions widens, I am less able to recommend this platform. Basic functions (adding text, duplicating slides, clearing recordings) are missing from the browser version, making it barely usable when compared with the ipad version.
    I sat down this morning planning to make a new lesson on a tablet PC I am demoing for work, and it...

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    • Mrs. Wong
      Mrs. Wong said May 2, 2015

      I understand your frustration. Once one uses state of the art technology it becomes unacceptable to use less. That is particularly true for learners because they will become confused and frustrated. I would recommend just finding a new program. The trouble is you will probably have the same problem at some point.

    • Educreations
      Educreations said May 6, 2015

      Thanks for sharing this feedback. We realize that not every school is equipped with iPads, and it's very important to us that all students are able to access Educreations video lessons, which is why we've made sure that all Educreations videos are accessible via our website, even to students without access to an iPad. That has been the case from the day we launched.

      When it comes to recording lessons, we've always aimed to provide the best possible experience to teachers and students. It became clear to us very early on that a touchscreen tablet like
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