Teachers in our district are starting to use the video creation website Educreations. Creating a simple video is extremely easy, either through an iPad or browser. Embedding the video into Moodle is also extremely easy. After tinkering with the site on and off for a few months, I wonder, does this technology have a chance to change public school? Evidence Number 1: Flipping the Classroom Kahn Academy uses the idea of "flipping" the classroom. Educreations may help teachers flip the classroom by allowing teachers to easily make their lecture material available on a website. Students listen to the lectures at night and practice the work during the class period. Evidence Number 2: Course Support While Educreations supports the concept of flipping the class, it also supports students who fall behind, need to re-listen to a concept, or has been absent and needs to hear the lecture the first time. Evidence Number 3: Practice is Good Some very poor teachers have a habit of just showing up and winging it. They think this is good. Actually practice is important and creating videos forces a teacher to practice and organize the material. If you are teacher and have not tried the site then now would be a good time to set up an account. Give it a try. Give it time to practice how to use the pen, add text, and add pictures. It's simple. You don't have an excuse.