If you’re wondering about screen streaming with your android device, this free app is for you…
Have you ever wondered, “How can I stream my screen?” If so, this video is for you!
In the above 3-Minute Classroom Problem Solver video, SimpleK12 Teacher Learning Community trainer Jerry Swiatek explains how you can use Screen Stream Mirroring Free to mirror your device’s screen onto a computer.
There are free and paid versions of this helpful application. The main limitations of the free version are that it includes advertisements, and there’s a limit on the length of time you can use the streaming. Once you reach the time limit, you’ll have to close out the app and start it back up again. If these limitations bother you, you can upgrade to the paid version for a few dollars. I recommend starting with the free app to see how it works for you, and upgrading later on if you find it’s something you’re using often in your classroom.
This is a simple application, but it has some important uses for the classroom. For teachers fortunate enough to have the use of mobile devices in the classroom, this is a great way to tutor students on how to use specific apps. Before these types of tools, I remember taking many screen shots and compiling them into a slide presentation in order to demo a particular mobile app. This screen mirroring technology makes it much quicker and more efficient to demo an application and explain to others exactly how it works.
We just answered the popular question, “How can I stream my screen?” Do you have a question on your mind that you would like some help with? Leave it for me as a comment on this article, and I’ll see what I can do!
About our Stream My Screen Presenter:
Jerry Swiatek is a Google Certified Innovator, as well as a Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer. He works with teachers and students helping them integrate technology into their classrooms. Click here to look at more videos from Jerry.
About the Author
Kimber Thompson is a Lead Moderator for SimpleK12 webinars and a Contributing Editor for SimpleK12.com. She writes frequently about education topics, and is passionate about tools and techniques that inspire young learners. You may reach her with ideas and comments at email@example.com.