Blur Part of a Video from Your Classroom with Drag-and-Drop Ease

Sharing videos inside Edthena is safe and secure. Even so, sometimes there are reasons that student information should not be visible, and teachers need to blur part of a video.

The rise of Zoom-style teaching has increased the need for this video blurring: student names now appear clearly on the recordings of video conferences.

Today we’re announcing that it’s now possible to blur part of a video inside Edthena with just a few clicks.

When does a teacher need to blur part of a video with students?

What happens inside of classrooms is sensitive information. In most cases it’s perfectly acceptable to securely share a video of teaching inside Edthena.

Video Observation Improves Teacher Preparation and Enhances Collaboration (EdPrepMatters)

Western Colorado University educators, Caroline Forrest and Cori Woytek will be presenting at the AACTE 2021 Annual Conference about how their program uses video to provide meaningful feedback for their resident teachers. In this article, they discuss how their residency program has successfully used video observation across diverse settings.  This is the first article in…