- Understanding students' learning styles
- Using support materials
- Exploring example content
- Preparing video lessons
- Using TubeChop, Adobe Spark, and other video applications
- Connecting with other teachers
Skill Level Intermediate
- Back when Walt Disney started with animation and then video, there is no way he ever could imagined how fast video would have taken off, and become such an accepted way of communicating. We now have devices such as smartphones, and a wide variety of other cameras, which allows us the opportunity to record video and upload it to communicate with our audience immediately. Even if you don't have one of these devices, then this isn't a problem. With the new computers today we can use the built-in cameras to record messages, and then use tools such as the YouTube video editor, to edit and publish those videos online.
So, what does this mean for you as an educator? Today, you have the tools to shoot your own professional quality video in the palms of your hands. Hi, I'm Renaldo Lawrence, and I've been an educator for over 20 years. I've seen the evolution of video and how it has helped revolutionize how we deliver lessons and content to our students and parents. That's what we're going to cover in this course. We will discuss the benefits of using video to help deliver our curriculum, review some of the challenges associated with teaching with video, and discuss solutions to those challenges.
Today, video is the dominant language amongst students, so much so, that I've taken to calling it the Netflix generation. I'm excited to share with you the many ways you can use video effectively in your classroom. So let's get started.