Student response is a huge factor when crafting instructional videos. In this video Corbin Anderson discusses options for creating a back and forth dialogue between you and your students. Do you want to enable comments on your videos? Should students be allowed to post their own videos? Are there other options to empower student response?
- Recording a simple video
- Recording mobile video with Fuse
- Adding media to an existing project
- Editing Camtasia videos
- Exporting, linking, and embedding video
- Flipping your classroom
- Creating interactive videos with EDpuzzle
- Giving feedback via video
Skill Level Intermediate
Teaching Techniques: Blended Learningwith Chris Mattia1h 37m Intermediate
1. Basic Video Creation
3. Flipped Classroom
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