Jing is a great program that I have been using for a very long time.
It was a life saver when I was teaching elementary and creating my own worksheets, flashcards, etc.
It is used to create screenshots and screen recordings. You use the crosshairs to outline what you want to capture on the screen, which is an improvement over the Print Screen key on your keyboard that captures everything.
Once capturing what you wish to save on your screen, mark up your screenshot with a text box, arrow, highlight or picture caption.
You can choose to save the image/video or simply copy it for quick use.
Some of our Special Education teachers are using Jing to record them teaching new material. The program records the Power Point and their voice for students who need to review later or students who are absent. You are limited to a 5 minute recording for the free version of Jing.
Try it out! Gracias,