How to Use Online Video to Flip the Classroom

Explore how you can use online video to engage students, improve learning and become a cutting edge educator.
Rating: 4.6 out of 5 (335 ratings)
13,779 students
How to Use Online Video to Flip the Classroom
Rating: 4.6 out of 5 (335 ratings)
13,779 students
Creating engaging lessons and digital content
Integrating video into the classroom
Involving students and building resources
Safe and secure account setup
Applying practical examples with your students

Requirements

  • Reliable Internet connection
Description

Providing practical classroom examples and step-by-step instruction, this flipped classroom video making course will help you and your school, college or institution embrace online video and flip the classroom.

Teacher, video guru and ‘flipped classroom’ thought-leader Brian Bennett presents a comprehensive course on the tools (free and paid) and flipped classroom resources he is using to revolutionize learning and flip the classroom. Covering seven key areas, Brian will explore how to engage students and build a 'flipped' environment using online video that promotes discussion, interaction and a whole lot of fun.

What is covered in this course?

    1. YouTube
    2. Vimeo
    3. Animoto
    4. Jing
    5. Camtasia
    6. Web Screencast Tools
    7. TED Ed

What will you master on successful completion of this course?

  • Setting up and creating a safe and secure environment for students
  • Building high quality, interactive and engaging video
  • Uploading, embedding and sharing video on blogs, social networks and the broader web
  • Managing, tracking and organizing lesson material
  • Finding the best video content and applying it in your lessons
  • Linking your playlists and collections to lesson material and class work
  • Engaging with online video communities and building your PLN
  • Understanding the key differences between video platforms
  • Applying practical examples with your students and across the whole school
Who this course is for:
  • Educators
  • Teachers
  • Librarians
  • Principals
  • Instructors/Trainers
  • Consultants
Course content
9 sections • 47 lectures • 3h 3m total length
  • Introduction
    02:05
  • Creating an account
    02:42
  • Uploading video
    02:11
  • Managing video
    02:41
  • Playlists
    02:42
  • Channels and searching
    02:51
  • Sharing video
    04:16
  • Practical examples
    04:00
  • Creating engaging videos
    02:58
  • Student safety
    04:05
  • Creating an account
    06:48
  • The new Vimeo
    05:06
  • Uploading video
    05:30
  • Browsing Vimeo
    02:59
  • Sharing and embedding
    03:30
  • Vimeo groups
    03:53
  • Vimeo vs YouTube
    03:08
  • Using Vimeo with students
    02:51
  • Creating an account
    03:36
  • Privacy and security
    02:55
  • Building a video
    04:37
  • Sharing and embedding
    04:03
  • Animoto with students
    02:45
  • Installing Jing
    03:17
  • Creating a screencast
    03:46
  • Sharing online
    05:06
  • Video for students
    05:11
  • Video by students
    03:15
  • Security for schools
    04:30
  • Introduction to Camtasia
    03:15
  • Creating your recording
    03:06
  • Basic editing
    07:42
  • Highlight and annotate
    04:45
  • Advanced editing
    05:48
  • Animation
    06:00
  • Lesson preparation
    04:04
  • Camtasia with students
    03:46
  • Using Screenr
    04:04
  • Sharing Screenr video
    02:35
  • Using Screencast-O-Matic
    04:07
  • Hosting Screencast-O-Matic video
    05:03
  • Web screencast tools summary
    03:03
  • Introducing TED Ed
    03:50
  • The TED Ed interface
    07:19
  • Using TED Ed
    03:18
  • Creating lessons
    03:09
  • Thank You
    00:52

Instructor
Professional development for cutting edge educators
Fractus Learning
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 2,472 Reviews
  • 62,023 Students
  • 3 Courses

Fractus Learning works with educators around the globe to promote cutting edge technology skills, tools and resources. We focus on how technology can improve the learning experience, pedagogical outcomes and make education a joy for all students.

Our goal is to motivate, excite and enhance the teaching skill set with the use of technology, making sure educators are always on the cutting edge.