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There’s a solution: make an online video library. Students can download/watch videos whenever they need to. You make the video once, and hundreds of students can watch it hundreds of times. Here’s how to get started.
First, you need to record something. Most people think of only a video camera, but there are several easy (and quick) alternatives. You can create media using:
The goal is to get content to your students. When you first begin creating content, focus on being quick. As time progresses, you can fine tune your video workflow. Eventually, you can have a polished video, complete with an intro and credits.
Content is king. Quality is good, but content is more important, timeliness is more important, regularity is more important, and sustainability is more important.
Think about how often you want to create videos for you students. As you begin, focus on a complicated project, or an important unit that needs extra review. Again, as time progresses, you can increase the frequency of your videos.
Once you record your content, you need to upload it. SchoolTube requires a teacher’s email address, but it is rarely blocked by districts.
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