Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Supplementing content with your own videos, part of Teaching with Lynda.com.
- In addition to using Lynda.com materials to flip your classroom, you may want to create your own videos that are specific to your course. Let's take a look at a special playlist I put together just for this course that provides all the information you need to create your own educational videos. Once you create your instructional videos, you can upload them, alongside Lynda.com content into your learning management system, creating a single point of access for your students to all of your instructional material. Later in this course, we'll explore integrating Lynda.com with your LMS, but right now, let's take a look at a few courses designed to help you create some instructional videos.
So to find that special playlist, let's do a search for "how to teach online". And here I see a curated playlist, How to Teach Online. I definitely recommend this playlist for its great collection of courses about how to create your own materials for a flipped classroom. It starts with a great course about instructional design essentials, creating video training, moves on to more details about creating screencasts, also known as screencap. A little bit about the neuroscience of learning, and then additional courses on how to run an effective flipped classroom.
I highly recommend using this playlist. And in order to use the playlist, you just go to the top and click on the Subscribe to Playlist button. And it will now show up in your Subscribed playlist area.
Use the knowledge checks and Lynda.com's built-in note-taking tool to practice what you've learned and remember ideas for your own teaching practice.
- Finding courses in the Lynda.com library
- Refreshing student skills
- Extending learning with a flipped classroom
- Supplementing Lynda.com training with your own videos
- Increasing digital skills
- Mapping curriculum to skills
- Creating learning playlists
- Assessing student learning
- Adding Lynda.com content to Canvas and Moodle