- Instructor: ies
Course Provider: Edtech Teacher
|99USD||Flexible||10 Hours||Self-paced||Certificate available|
This course is designed to help educators create high quality instructional video to support students in an online or hybrid learning environment. Through a combination of research around instructional video and practical application of researched based ideas, course participants will develop an increased skill and capacity to create instructional video across multiple devices and platforms.
Course participants will know and be able to demonstrate their ability to:
● Create Screencasts
● Understand the role of video instruction
● Create high-quality instructional videos
● Implement numerous video creation experiences
10 Hours, Self-Paced
Flexible Schedule / Self-paced
Since 2008, EdTechTeacher has worked with schools across the world to help them leverage technology to create active and learning environments. Over the years, EdTechTeacher has diversified its offerings and expanded its team, but our mission remains the same: to create relationships with educators to support their quest to enrich student learning experiences through emerging technologies and innovative models of classroom instruction.
Every year EdTechTeacher has over 10,000 contact-hours with teachers and school leaders from schools across the world through its conferences, workshops, webinars, and extended blended professional development programs. EdTechTeacher is a certified Google for Education Professional Development Provider as well as a recognized PD provider for Microsoft. EdTechTeacher provides training with a range of schools with diverse populations, different levels of experience in technology integration, and varying levels of organizational support for improving teaching and learning with technology. The audience includes large public school systems, Independent Schools, Parochial Schools, the Archdiocese of many cities and many International Schools.
The theme that unites all of EdTechTeacher’s professional learning work is the goal of moving schools towards sustainability, where educators develop their own internal capacity to take on the ongoing work of improving teaching and learning with technology. Our team of trainers have all been in primary or secondary schools and together possess a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience. As a result, EdTechTeacher is a recognized leader in several innovative learning strategies, including Remote Learning, Blended Learning, Personalized Learning, Problem Based Learning, Design Thinking, ARVR in Learning, Formative Assessment, and more.
Gail Ross-McBride has been a leader and administrator in the field of educator professional development and educational technology training for over 25 years. She has worked collaboratively with teachers, curriculum designers, school administrators, school committee members, and higher education officials to help bring about a common vision of what is necessary to improve student learning in the 21st century. At EdTechTeacher, Gail is responsible for the administration of EdTechTeacher services, including workshops, presentations, webinars, and our T21 program.
Since 2012 as a full time instructor with EdTechTeacher, Greg brings a dynamic approach to technology integration that is paired with powerful instructional frameworks such as Project Based Learning and Design Thinking. Greg works with school districts and teachers throughout the country in workshops and year long professional development to explore thoughtful and effective uses of technology, Project Based Learning, and Design Thinking. Greg is a Google Certified Trainer, a Microsoft Innovative Educator, and the co-host of the “So We’ve Been Thinking Podcast”. Greg has presented at MassCue, NCSS, MASCD, ISTE, Google’s Global Education Summit and the EdTechTeacher Innovation Summits.
Prior to joining EdTechTeacher, Greg spent eight years as a high school history teacher and one year as a technology integration specialist in Plymouth, Massachusetts. He began integrating technology into his classroom with early mobile devices including iPods and cell phones. An early adopter of iPads, Chromebooks and 1:1 environments, Greg quickly transitioned to integrating Project Based Learning Environments. Work that his students created during their studies of the Arab Spring of 2011 was featured on National Public Radio.
Director at International School of Myanmar
“The International School of Myanmar began the year online. Finding effective remote teaching strategies was a professional development need that our teaching staff desired and requested to assist them with delivering effective learning to our students online. Tom Driscoll tailored his professional development program to fit the needs of our school, utilized in-house expertise from our staff, and built upon our current program and resources to provide us with practical, efficient, and effective approaches in delivering Project-Based Learning remotely. His training is proving to be not only useful and needed while conducting online learning but will continue to further our program as we move to hybrid and face to face to learning.”