Being Steven Spielberg
A brief look at the reasons why you should create videos and how they are useful in a hybrid or remote setting. A listing of what we will discussed is provided.
Ready Steady Go!
Some simple tips about using your smartphone as a video recorder.
Create a fancy video with little effort. Learn how to make your TV a computer monitor and create a Google Slides presentation to provide visual context to your verbal content.
iSpy an iDocCam
Your smartphone can be used as a document camera (like an Elmo or Overhead Projector). You can either display you work on you smartboard or record and upload the video for your students to take a look on their own time. Also, some ideas on how to suspend the smartphone in a safe manner without a tripod.
Cut a Rug
We will discuss how to upload a video to Youtube from your smartphone or computer, use the video editor to trim off the extra bits of a video in the front and at the end (Youtube editor is VERY limited but simple to use), and add some music to your video as well.
We will discuss how to use a presentation program such as PowerPoint or Keynote to create movies for your classroom.
The Director's Chair
We will discuss how to use an editing program for simple tasks such as combining clips, editing clips, adding transitions from one clip to another, and saving as a mp4 file. The video is based on iMovie but most video editing programs will use similar drag and drop features.
NOTE: You will notice I made some changes to the actual Presenting video you saw. When editing this video I noticed and edited them out.