You can now pass off your marching show via video submission using Google Classroom
Follow these step-by-step instructions on your new Chromebook.
Email questions or suggestions to Mr. Schayot to make it easier or user-friendly!
How to make a video using Screencastify:
- Open the chrome web store
- Search "screencastify' in the search bar and download the extension
- Once it is downloaded, click the extension in the upper right-hand side of your screen and it should take you to their website where you can sign in with your school email and password, you will also need to grant access to the camera, microphone, etc. (You will not need to do this again unless you are switching devices)
- Once you are signed in, click on the extension again and go to the web tab, where you will need to enable preview window so that you will be able to see yourself and how much of you your computer can view
- When you want to record a video, you simply click "record webcam" and a screen should appear in the lower right-hand area of your screen. From there, you will have the option to enlarge the camera so that it will cover your entire screen, making it easier to see whatever it is that you are recording.
- To save your recording, press the end recording button, from there it should take you to a screen where it will give you watch your video and make minor adjustments, it should also automatically give you a notification saying "saving to drive"
- All video will automatically appear in a file titles screencastify where you will find the file named with the date and the time that you recorded the video. (from drive you will be able to rename the video and organize it)
Uploading to Classroom:
- Open classroom and go to the assignment
- Open the assignment and click "add"
- Press "Google Drive"
- Find the video you recorded and select it
- Press the blue "add" button in the lower left-hand portion of the screen
- Once the file is uploaded, press the blue "turn in" button to submit your video
You must use an audible metronome for Part One & Part Three
The video must include a full shot from bottom of feet to top of your head.
We are not accepting video submissions for Part Two at this time...