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Make lesson plans "pop" at your elementary, middle or high school
In today's digital-media-driven world, students need to be stimulated with more than just a plain, textbook-based lesson plan. SnapStream's TV search and streaming technology helps teachers win back the intrigue of their pupils, delivering the exciting elements of TV and video to the classroom. Lesson plans can be spiced up with currently airing broadcast material, enabling teachers to reference timely examples: things like history-making political events, momentous world news, breakthrough scientific discoveries and pop culture phenomenons. TV programs that students will find both interesting and relatable can be streamed on demand in full-length or clipped format.
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Plymouth Public Schools brings educational TV content to the classrooms of Terryville Public High School (Terryville, CT). (Chapter 1 of 5)
Why choose between PBS, History, Channel, A&E, CNN and Discovery when you can capture them all? A single SnapStream can record up to 10 TV shows simultaneously and can store up to 20,400 hours of TV. (For larger campuses SnapStream can be scaled up beyond these limitations.) Best of all, it streams live or recorded television over the existing local-area network to make the content accessible school-wide, serving as the school's centralized media center.
With the abilities to schedule, search, and clip TV recordings easily from their desktop PCs or laptops, teachers neither need to struggle with shared AV setups nor rely on other people to make recordings for them. And unlike Safari Montage or Discovery Streaming, which require subscription fees, SnapStream allows teachers to record an unlimited amount of educational content.
SnapStream can also save educators hours of manual labor involved in recording, watching, and transcribing DVDs or old VHS tapes. All it takes is a quick keyword TV search to whiz across the digital archive and instantly find the desired subject. Next, teachers can clip the content, download it to their computers, burn it to DVD, or stream it directly to the classroom. Now that's a high-tech teacher!
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“We've been able to increase both the availability of recorded programs and teachers' flexibility in making use of them.”
– Rob Sexton, Technology Coordinator at Tri-Rivers Career Center