EdFLIX and Chill
Explore and create : Creation lab
Meredith Boullion Ashley Guillory
Learn how to create customized videos to augment your classroom that can make your content more accessible and engaging to all learners. Videos will be created using free tools available to everyone. Participants will walk away with a product along with skills to create video content beyond the session.
|Audience:||Teachers, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Attendee devices:||Devices required|
|Attendee device specification:||Laptop: PC
Tablet: iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||To participate in the PowerPoint video creating process, participants should have an Office 365 account and download the PowerPoint app to use.
To participate in the Flipgrid video creating process, participants should have a Flipgrid account.
A working microphone (internal or external) needs to be on the device participants use for creating videos.
|Topic:||Instructional design & delivery|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
Digital Age Learning Environments
As a result of participation, attendees will get a brief overview of effective video creation strategies for providing customized educational videos. They'll have the opportunity to create their own personalized video using screencasting tools found on devices, in PowerPoint, and with Flipgrid.
Welcome & Introduction (5 minutes)
Poll Everywhere poll to brainstorm why video creation is an important skill for educators to lead into a discussion and rationale for using video content (5 minutes)
Quick tip whole group: How to create a screen recording on a mobile device (10 minutes)
Overview of PowerPoint video creating features with teacher examples (10 minutes)
Overview of Flipgrid video creating features with teacher examples (10 minutes)
Separate into 2 groups to create video based on participant choice (PowerPoint/Flipgrid) (30 minutes)
Participants share their final video products/links to showcase in a OneNote which also contains resources to support this session (5 minutes)
Provide peer feedback on shared videos (10 minutes)
Wrap-up and questions (5 minutes)
Research Review: What is the Impact of Using Video in the Classroom
Use Video in the Classroom to Stimulate Critical Thinking
Using Educational Video in the Classroom, Theory, Research, and Practice