Wondering how to go about actually flipping your classroom? In this video we’ll take a look at how you can use instructional videos to flip your classroom and get the most from your in class time. You don’t have to create all of your own content. We’ll also explore resources for free instructional videos that are ready to be used in your learning environment.
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- Exercise Files
- 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
Write Effective Learning Objectiveswith John-Paul Ballard51m 55s Beginner
1. Basic Video Creation
3. Flipped Classroom
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