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Video Presentation Tools for the Flipped Classroom. Pamela Johnson. Today’s session. How we can use these tools to help our students learn Tour a few different video presentation tools See how to make a video presentation You give it a try. Teaching ideas.

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Today s session
Today’s session

  • How we can use these tools to help our students learn

  • Tour a few different video presentation tools

  • See how to make a video presentation

  • You give it a try


Teaching ideas
Teaching ideas

  • Make videos for your students to watch in preparation for a class.

  • Make a video to answer a frequently asked question.

  • Upload your work to YouTube and make an Educanon to make sure they watch.

  • Have your students make these videos or audio slideshows themselves.

  • Put your students’ videos on your Blackboard/iTunes U/Moodle/blog and track the hits.


Tips

  • Make text and images larger than usual.

  • Transitions don’t work, but when you export to PDF, you might be able to print transitions.

  • Use a headset mic if you have one. You’ll get clearer sound.

  • You’ll need an external webcam if you work on a Windows desktop.

  • You’ll find sharing easier on a computer.


  • Links to your Google account through Chrome store

  • Works on iPad, import content from Dropbox and Google Drive

  • Import PDF and docx files

  • Laser pointer on computer but not iPad

  • No editing, but good for audio slideshow

  • Turn camera around, record something else

  • Sharing is easy on a computer and more challenging on the iPad


  • More uploading options, especially on the iPad

  • Rerecord your slide

  • Turn camera around, turn OFF camera for audio only

  • Use PowerPoint

  • You need to make an account

  • You only get 5 per month, 10 minutes each

  • Easier sharing on the iPad




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