HUE in Use

HUE HD PRO CAMERA

Classroom document camera [Guest video review by teacher and Instructional Technology Facilitator Michael West of Wendell Middle School]

Doc-casting and making short instructional videos [Guest blog by Len Scrogan, adjunct professor at University of Colorado, Denver and author of Digital Shapeshifter: visual teaching, differentiated learning, and formative assessment with the classroom document camera]

Peer editing [Guest post by Sharon Clark, a 2015 PBS Lead Digital Innovator]

Assess and share learning [Guest post by Lupe Roznowski, a teacher since 1997 who currently inspires first grade dual language students at the School of Dual Language in Vernon Hills, Illinois]

Display picture books for read-a-louds and shared reading [Guest blog by Michelle Maness, 1st grade teacher at a Title 1 school in Colleton County, South Carolina]

Quest for excellence, build a culture of critique [Guest post by David Watkins, Head of Geography and Duke of Edinburgh Award Manager at St. Joseph’s College, Reading]

Study text features and infographics [Guest post by Shelby Murphy, another extraordinary teacher, who teaches fifth grade language arts at Crothersville Elementary School in Crothersville, Indiana]

Teach a math lesson in kindergarten [Guest video by Angela Griffith, a kindergarten teacher at Center Point Elementary School in Birmingham, Alabama, and the creator and author over at The Daily Alphabet, a kindergarten blog]

Use in an inclusion classroom and parent workhops [Guest post by @InClassWithMrsM, a second grade Special Education teacher in an inclusion co-teaching classroom in a New York City public school]

Annotate a piece of writing, avoid photocopying [Guest post by Jacqui Wilson, Headteacher at Flimby Primary School in Cumbria]

Engage students [Guest post by Elizabeth Cavanaugh, 2nd Grade teacher in Cottageville, South Carolina]

10 Ways to use the HUE HD Pro Camera in the Science Lab [Guest post by Tom Johns, Science Teacher at Kingsmead School, Somerset]

  1. Show model answers.
  2. Correct and model graphs.
  3. Show mark schemes from test papers.
  4. Model how to draw convex and concave ray diagrams.
  5. Show how to work out and rearrange equations.
  6. A ‘live’ walking talking mock.
  7. Record complicated procedures (dissection) and demos so I can playback to the class later in the lesson or a future lesson.
  8. Have a live video on the screen allowing students to see instead of the crowding around a table.
  9. Record and play ethical debate.
  10. Record stop motion animations E.g. Process of Fission and Fusion.

Teaching STEM in the classroom [Guest post by Dana Lester, middle school teacher at Walter Hill School in Murfreesboro, Tennessee]

Teach a tadpole lesson [Guest video review by Kristen Poindexter, 15 year veteran kindergarten teacher at Spring Mill Elementary School in Indianapolis, Indiana]

Magnify and project [HUE post]

Create time-lapse photography videos [HUE post]

Lesson on a life-cycle of a butterfly [Guest post by Stacy Payne who has been teaching kindergarten for more than ten years at Austin Elementary School in Austin, Indiana.  She is also is the creator of the popular blog Mrs. Payne’s Kinderkids]

Using HUE with Raspberry-Pi [Blog post by Fanjita]

Grade tests with HUE and GradeCam [HUE post]

Scan QR codes [HUE post]

 

HUE ANIMATION STUDIO

Foster the 21st century skills of creativity and collaboration [Guest post by Sarah Cooper, fifth grade teacher in East Tennessee and creator of “A Rocky Top Teacher” blog]

Encourage student driven instruction and blended learning [Guest post by Rebecca Browning, kindergarten teacher]

Showcase classroom learning [Guest video post by Molly Lynch, first grade teacher and creator of the wonderful site Lucky To Be In First]

Teach math in kindergarten [Guest video post by Greta, aka the amazing Mrs. Leeby!  Greta teaches kindergarten and is the creator of the blog “Learning with Mrs. Leeby.”  She is one of three Turnaround Arts ECE coaches in Minnesota, implementing the arts into all core subject areas, and helping other teachers do the same.]

Whiteboard animation [HUE post]

Teach composite shapes [Guest post by Heidi Neels, first grade teacher and author of the Flipping For First blog.]

Teach about the rain forest [Guest post by Cindy Price, first grade teacher at Southern Elementary School in New Castle, Delaware.]

Teach how to tell time [Guest post by Heidi Neels, first grade teacher and author of the Flipping For First blog.]

Teach a gold rush lesson [Guest post by Dianne Csoto, fourth grade teacher at Mountain View Elementary School in California]

Teach the solar system [Guest post by Heidi Neels, first grade teacher and author of the Flipping For First blog.]

Stop-Motion Movie Making Programs in Public Libaries [Guest post by Vineland Public Library in Vineland, NJ]

Makerspaces [Guest post by Laura Fleming, the person behind Worlds of Making Digital Academy]

Helping children with autism discover new ways to express their ideas [HUE post]

Accelerating creativity in schools all over the world [A Case Study by HUE published in Innovate my School Guide 2017/2018]

Make your own animated Christmas cards [HUE post]

 

HUE Animation tried and tested in home environment by :

Fun as a gran

ET speaks from home

Raisie Bay

Making boys men