Last week I hosted a webinar about creating videos for asynchronous instruction. One of the points that I made in the webinar was that you don’t need to start from scratch every time you want to record a new lesson. In fact, one of the easiest ways to get started is to record over a few of your existing slides. In this new video I demonstrate three methods for doing that.
It’s important to remember that you’re better off creating a few short videos than one long video. That’s why I recommend starting with just a few slides.
Webinars for Your School or Organization
If you’re interested in having me host a webinar for your school or organization, send me an email at richard (at) byrne.media
Some of the topics I can cover in a webinar for you include:
- Making and teaching with video.
- Fun with formative assessment.
- Google Earth & Maps for social studies and more.
- Developing digital portfolios.
- Copyright for the classroom (United States-based).