SchoolNet Webinar on Thurs 16th April at 3:15pm ‘How to use Windows Live Movie Maker to simplify the content of a lesson’ by #MIEExpert Phuti Ragophala

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If you think that creating a video with your photos or video clips is too complicated then you haven’t tried Windows Live Movie Maker! The only downside of this amazing webtool is that it may be too simple for advanced users! It really is very usable with great results. Windows Live Movie Maker is a free resource from Microsoft that can be used to drive the lesson in class. This tool could be free on your PC or laptop. If not it can be downloaded free of charge from the Microsoft Educator’s Network. (We encourage you to join this amazing network with all its free resources and offerings.)

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Webinar details

Meeting Name:  ‘How to use Windows Live Movie maker to simplify the content of a lesson’

Summary: Phuti will give some  ideas on using Windows Live Movie Maker in the classroom to narrate the lesson, summarize the lesson, sing the lesson,   converse about the lesson and rap the lesson.

Presenter: Phuti Ragophala, principal of Pula Madibogo Primary in Limpopo and who is also a Microsoft #MIEExpert15 in South Africa. She recently represented South Africa at the Microsoft Global Forum in Dubai.

WhenThursday 16 April 2015 at 3:15 PM

Duration: 15- 20 minutes

Time Zone:  (GMT+02:00) Pretoria

To join the meeting: http://meet78641452.adobeconnect.com/moviemaker2015/

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