Online and Mobile Video Presentations


Brainshark App for iPad/iPhone

Brainshark offers the Brainshark App – available for free from the Apple App Store – for iPad, iPhone or iPod touch users. You can use the App for the best experience when viewing Brainshark video presentation on your iPhone, iPad or iTouch.

Brainshark App for Android

The Brainshark App for Android smartphone and Android tablet users is available for free from the  Google Android Market – as well as the Cisco AppHQ. Use the App for the best experience when viewing Brainshark video presentations on your Android mobile device.

Below is an example of a lesson created to teach conflict in literature. Not only can teachers play the video for the class, but it can be easily embeded on the teacher's webpage for students who are absent, students who require more review, or students who would like to view it on their iPad, iPhone, Droid tablet, or Droid smartphone.

What student doesn't remember the amazing novel by Harper Lee To Kill a Mockingbird. When I ask my juniors and seniors, 9 times out of 10, they say this was their favorite novel read in class.

In Unit 8, we are asked to understand the four different types of conflict. I can't think of a better novel to demonstrate the differences between these conflicts than that amazing novel.

Please view the slideshow below that has screenshots and examples of the four different types of conflict from To Kill a Mockingbird.