Flipped classes are a powerful method for delivering content to students. Typically, flipped classes are videos that are created and then shared with students. Keynote makes the process of creating flipped classes easy. Instructors can turn any presentation into a flipped class using Keynote, which allows them to include text, images, and more, and then add narration during the recording of the presentation.
- [Narrator] I've worked with a lot of educators…who feel that the flipped class model is a great one,…but they admit that, they don't know where to start…in recording a flipped class.…In this video, I want to show you how easy it is…to create flipped class in Keynote.…We can do this by recording a slideshow…and narrating over the top of it.…Now, in order to do this, I'm going to navigate…to the top and click on Play.…From here I'll click Record Slideshow.…Now depending on the version of Keynote that you have,…this may appear somewhere else.…
I know that in earlier versions…you could click on File and then Record Slideshow.…However, in Keystone version six,…I need to navigate to Play.…Here I'm going to click Record Slideshow…and it brings me to the recording dashboard.…Now again, if you have an earlier version of Keynote,…you may not have this same dashboard.…You may have it where you can click record,…it gives you a countdown and then you'll just…be recording your presentation.…The nice thing about this version is that it does show you…
- Creating engaging Keynote presentations
- Inserting interactive actions
- Creating flipped classes
- Empowering students to create with Keynote