Looking for a better, more personal way to provide your students with useful feedback? Consider video. In this tutorial we’ll look at how you can use Camtasia 8 to quickly and easily create customized feedback for your students with video and audio. Forget red marks. Video feedback gives you the chance to connect with your students and add a personal touch.
- 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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