Making videos gets students excited about showing their work for others to see. That excitement often leads to students taking a bit more care to make their work as good as they can get it. In many cases that stands in stark contrast to writing or speaking assignments.
From Kindergarten through high school students can make videos to showcase their skills, knowledge, and creativity. Join this five part course to learn how your students can make videos in your classroom.
In this five week series you will learn how to create and complete video projects that can be used in almost any classroom. Whether your students use Chromebooks, iPads, Android, Windows, or Mac, you can do these projects.
In this course you’ll learn how to make:
- Animated Videos
- Instructional Videos
- Documentary Videos
- Green Screen Videos
- Video journals
In addition to the how-to element of the webinar we’ll cover planning, assessment, and privacy concerns. You’ll discover aspects of YouTube that most people overlook. But YouTube isn’t the only way to share videos so we’ll look at other great options for sharing videos. And when it comes to copyright concerns, we’ll cover those too.
- January 30th and February 6, 13, 20, and 27th at 4pm Eastern Time.
- Every webinar is scheduled for one hour plus time for Q&A.
- It will be recorded for those who cannot attend the live sessions.
- Five live webinars.
- Recordings of each live webinar.
- Digital handouts
- PD certificate