EDU 921 Effective Video Production
Examines the ways in which video content can effectively deliver instruction to the classroom. Through shooting original content, editing original and existing material, and production, teachers will investigate ways to deliver intended messages in multiple content areas. Connects with the ISTE standards for student learning and creativity.
Video can be a highly effective tool in delivering meaningful content in the classroom. Both teachers and students can utilize video in a variety of productive ways to support classroom learning. In today’s technologically advanced classrooms, videos can effectively deliver instruction. This course will help participants capture a powerful message or lesson on video. Participants will take part in shooting the content, editing the material, and producing a finished product that effectively delivers their intended message. Strategies will be implemented to encompass the teachers’ main ideas, and highlight them with added editing techniques.
This course is for classroom educators who want to be able to infuse video in their classroom. This class is designed for those teachers who want to engage their students in a dynamic new way by creating video content, teachers who want to learn more about what to do with their current video footage, and teachers who want to challenge themselves and their students to take their lessons to the next level.
As part of your tuition, a GoPro Hero7 will be included! We think it is important for you to have the tools you need in order to return to your classroom, fully ready to implement all you have learned in this course.
*Participants in the online version of this course will have several mandatory, synchronous, video conference sessions. The dates and times are listed on each course registration page.
See what other educators are saying about this course
I will use each of the tools in some capacity; some to present information in engaging ways, and others as tools for formative and summative assessment. The resources will supplement my existing activities.C.R., Music Teacher
I really enjoyed this class. I learned a lot about the kinds of videos I can make and videos that the students can make.J.A., Math Teacher
I found having the tools like Edpuzzle, Adobe Spark etc. as required tools to do a project was helpful.A.D., Math Teacher
This class was really enjoyable. Was really excited to take the course. Learned a lot in a short amount of time!A.M., Elementary Teacher
This was a good course with many take aways for the classroom.D.G., Math Teacher
I love making videos for class and having students make videos and this course gave me some great ideas.A.F., Math Teacher
I will use every application learned, I've already completed a whole project unit in Let's Recap.K.Z., Social Studies Teacher
A great way to find different ways to incorporate video to enhance instruction and engage students in the learning process.J.M.
It was very worthwhile. I learned a lot. Robin was available and responded when I had questions, almost immediately - definitely within hours.K.Z., Social Studies Teacher
I enjoyed this course. I learned a lot from Dave, as well as from the other participants in the class. I'm excited to have the gopro and use a variety of the programs and apps that we explored.A.L., Elementary Teacher
I really love using (and especially making) video in the classroom. This class pushed me to grow in my skills, taught me some new resources and especially challenged me to think about how I can get students making video in my classroom. Though I've enjoyed things about each, this has been my favorite eduspire course by far! Getting the GoPro was fantastic too!R.F.
Very relevant and usable information and knowledge.J.F., Tech Specialist
This was a great course that provided valuable assignments to help me feel more comfortable using video production in my work.S.S.
How to utilize video in the classroom: ideas and lesson strategies. Editing software and how to incorporate them. All GoPro utilization.S.M., Music Teacher
We learned several different ways to create and more importantly share video content in the classroom. The use of many platforms made it much easier to create content regardless of the type of device students had access to.C.H., Science Teacher