Paperslide videos can be a great way to engage students and create an active learning environment. All you need to start is a sheet of paper, a writing utensil, and a camera (like your smartphone).
Using a video camera or your smartphone, you can create simple paperslide videos in the classroom to facilitate learning and capture artifacts of student work. Watch an example of how you can incorporate this technique in your classroom.
Use a simple video camera or your smartphone to create paperslide music videos in the classroom. You can then watch them back to instantly evaluate your work. A quick search for “paperslide music video” on YouTube will give you lots of teacher and student-created examples. For a look at some advanced paperslide music videos, check out these songs from Dr. Lodge's 50 States Album, created in partnership with Jann Maser Artworks.
Need content-based music? Check out Dr. Lodge's education songs.