6 Steps that prove any teacher can create educational videos

Student engagement is a big part of independent learning. We want students to actively interact with the learning material, no matter where they are and how they’re learning.

As such, educational videos are nothing new, especially in the world of asynchronous and blended learning. It’s not a big deal since teachers have figured out that they can focus on offering individualized attention to students or in-classroom activities that don’t involve lecturing by pre-recording said lectures.

Now, classroom teaching is different from video teaching. You’re not controlling your students’ environments and distractions. However, it does have many advantages, such as the ability to tailor materials specifically for your students, adapting content to their level of understanding, and, last but not least, reusing some of the materials for future classes.

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