Learning with Clips Series

Clips lets you create expressive videos that are unique, informative and fun. Students and teachers can quickly capture and combine videos and photos, and then get creative with animated titles, filters, graphics, captions, music, and more.

In the Forum posts linked below, Apple Professional Learning Specialists from across Australia and New Zealand share a series of resources and materials that can help educators go further with using Clips in the classroom.

Providing Clarity of Learning Intentions Through Clips

Chantelle Sansness from Brisbane, Queensland provides a great example of how teachers can create Clips Project templates with built-in learning intentions to provide multiple opportunities for students to watch and listen to the teacher explaining the requirements of the task and help reduce cognitive load.

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Building Digital Fluency, Creating and Sharing Learning with Clips

Emma Planicka from Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand shares ways to support digital fluency development using Clips. She steps through an example project that can be used with primary school students to demonstrate their knowledge, consolidate learning, or teach new skills. Who knew that skip counting could be so exciting!

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Explaining Understanding with Clips

Laura Meney from Melbourne, Victoria shares how she uses Clips with students with additional needs to integrate voice, emojis, and text labels to demonstrate their understanding. Her downloadable Clips Project resource provides a great starting point for using this project with your students.

Explore Laura's post >

We hope you enjoy exploring these resources and tutorials that can help you go further with Clips in your classroom.

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Check back soon for the next series which will be focused on supporting early learning with Apple technology.

Tagged in: Clips, Video, Professional Learning (PL), Professional Development

All Comments

Posted on October 28, 2022

Great to see APLS from this side of the world share their fabulous ideas.

Posted on October 31, 2022

Thank you Chantelle, Emma and Laura. Just brilliant!!!

Posted on November 01, 2022

Thanks for sharing! These videos are great!

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