Getting a Handle on Video in the Classroom: Pedagogically, Organizationally, and Financially
Speaker: Angela Astuto, Director of Curriculum & Adjunct Professor Barat Academy & Webster University Mary Lynn, Instructor & Senior Collaborator, Educational Collaborators & Webster University Day/Time: Wednesday - 9:45am - 10:35am Audience: K - Post Secondary Tech Level: All Strand: Digital Tools & Creation Room: 105
With nearly ubiquitous access to instructional videos, too little has changed in HOW we use them. This presentation is designed to help educators EVOLVE in how they use video to meet student learning needs. We will explore tools to locate, curate, and edit videos for learning. From tools like collaborative YouTube playlists to embedded assessment in EDpuzzle, we will explore free resources for curating and editing video and the opportunities for collaboration with and among students and colleagues. You will explore strategies for locating valuable videos, improving your own videos to scaffold learning, and fostering critical thinking by engaging students in the entire process. Leave with tools for using video, including advanced features of YouTube (collaborative playlists, editing timeline, YouTube Live), EDpuzzle, narrated presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint and Google Slides.