Creating and using screencasts or videos in education is a growing trend and seems to be showing very promising results with higher student engagement levels and raising grades. But how do you get started? What programs do people use to make these videos? And what do you do with the videos after you’ve created them? This highly interactive 2-day course will teach all of these things and more!
What will I learn?
- Supporting a flipped classroom model
- Implementing a blended learning environment
- Providing flexible professional development
- Reviewing and helping students with homework
- Offering supplementary learning content to students
- Giving personalized feedback on progress to both students and parents.
This course will be tailored to those that attend, taking into consideration your individual skill level. No experience necessary, only an open mind and a willingness to learn! A certificate of completion will also be provided, as well as follow up support to make sure we can continue to help once you’ve tried your videos in an education setting.
- Class dates: October 11-12, 2012
- This 2-day training session is $495 per person and the price includes a copy of both Snagit and Camtasia Studio ($199 value)!
- The class will be held at MicroTek – Chicago.
- No need to bring your own computer – we will have a computer lab set up for you with Snagit and Camtasia Studio already installed.
- Please note: This course is for Windows PCs only. While TechSmith has both Snagit and Camtasia on the Mac platform, they differ from their Windows counterparts. So this specific session will focus on the Windows versions only.
Register soon! This training course is being kept very small to allow for more individualized attention. Only 15 spaces will be available. The course instructor is Ryan Eash, former educator, and now Instructional Designer at TechSmith.