How to Use Online Video to Flip the Classroom
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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.
4.8 (41 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
4,522 students enrolled
Created by Fractus Learning
Last updated 3/2013
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • 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
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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 is the target audience?
  • Educators
  • Teachers
  • Librarians
  • Principals
  • Instructors/Trainers
  • Consultants
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
1 Lecture 02:05
What will you learn in this course?
Introduction
02:05
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YouTube
9 Lectures 28:26
  • Creating a YouTube account
  • Privacy settings
  • Closing a YouTube account
Creating an account
02:42

  • Adding pre-recorded video
  • Adding description and details to video
  • Recording from your webcam
Uploading video
02:11

  • Organizing your videos
  • Tagging videos
Managing video
02:41

  • Grouping video into playlists
  • Why playlists matter
Playlists
02:42

  • Finding great videos
  • Subscribing to channels
Channels and searching
02:51

  • Sharing video on social networks
  • Embedding video on the web
Sharing video
04:16

  • Real examples of how you can use YouTube in the classroom
Practical examples
04:00

  • Adding video annotations
  • Adding links to video
Creating engaging videos
02:58

  • Creating a student-safe YouTube environment
  • Third-party tools to ensure safety
Student safety
04:05
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Vimeo
8 Lectures 33:45
  • Vimeo overview
  • Creating a Vimeo account
Creating an account
06:48

  • Layout of the new Vimeo
  • Navigation of the new Vimeo
The new Vimeo
05:06

  • Uploading video to Vimeo
  • Adding additional details to your video
Uploading video
05:30

  • Finding great videos
  • Browsing Vimeo categories
  • Subscribing to channels
Browsing Vimeo
02:59

  • Social sharing of videos
  • Embedding videos on the web
Sharing and embedding
03:30

  • Joining Vimeo groups
  • Groups vs channels
  • The Vimeo community
Vimeo groups
03:53

  • Key differences between Vimeo and YouTube
  • What is the best tool for you?
Vimeo vs YouTube
03:08

  • Involving students on Vimeo
  • Vimeo in the classroom
Using Vimeo with students
02:51
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Animoto
5 Lectures 17:56
  • Animoto account types
  • Signing up for an education account
  • Creating an Animoto account
Creating an account
03:36

  • Changing account settings
  • Setting security and privacy
Privacy and security
02:55

  • Creating your first video
  • Option overview
Building a video
04:37

  • Social sharing of Animoto video
  • Embedding video on the web
Sharing and embedding
04:03

  • Practical example of Animoto in the classroom
  • Student and learning applications of Animoto
Animoto with students
02:45
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Jing
6 Lectures 25:05
  • Intro to screencasting with Jing
  • Downloading Jing
  • Installing Jing
Installing Jing
03:17

  • Your first Jing screencast
  • Jing option and settings
Creating a screencast
03:46

  • Using screencast.com
  • Sharing screencasts with students
Sharing online
05:06

  • Creating an engaging screencast
  • Benefits of the flipped classroom model
Video for students
05:11

  • Creating student produced screencasts
  • Learning objectives for students
Video by students
03:15

  • Security and privacy settings
  • Responsible use of student content
Security for schools
04:30
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Camtasia
8 Lectures 38:26
  • Overview of Camtasia
Introduction to Camtasia
03:15

  • Setting up Camtasia for recording
  • Creating your first Camtasia recording
Creating your recording
03:06

  • File settings
  • Platform export settings
Basic editing
07:42

  • Using call outs and annotations
  • Designing instructional videos
Highlight and annotate
04:45

  • Camtasia video editing
  • Good editing practice 
Advanced editing
05:48

  • Engaging student with animation
Animation
06:00

  • Preparing for a 'flipped' lesson
  • Supplimentary material for students
Lesson preparation
04:04

  • Camtasia - Additional ideas
Camtasia with students
03:46
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Web Screencast Tools
5 Lectures 18:52
  • Overview of Screenr
  • Using the free tool
Using Screenr
04:04

  • Sharing Screenr screencasts
Sharing Screenr video
02:35

  • Overview of Screencast-O-Matic
  • Using the free tool
Using Screencast-O-Matic
04:07

  • Sharing Screencast-O-Matic video
Hosting Screencast-O-Matic video
05:03

  • Pros/Cons of free tools
  • Screenr vs Screencast-O-Matic
Web screencast tools summary
03:03
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TED Ed
4 Lectures 17:36
  • Overview of TED Ed
  • Using TED in the classroom
Introducing TED Ed
03:50

  • Using TED Ed for learning
The TED Ed interface
07:19

  • Applying TED Ed in your classroom
Using TED Ed
03:18

  • Creating your own lessons in TED Ed
Creating lessons
03:09
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Wrap Up
1 Lecture 00:52
  • Final thoughts
  • Further learning
Thank You
00:52
About the Instructor
Fractus Learning
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Professional development for cutting edge educators

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.