The 21st Century teacher should be able to create their own video clips as well as edit the ones found online and share them with students. Video and audio editing does not require an advanced degree and there are many great free tools that facilitate this job and make it quick and easy. Regardless of your technology inventory all teachers can learn to download, analyze, edit, create and mix audio and video content. In this workshop participants will be using several different types of software, apps and websites to learn how to:
Edit file formats in pictures, music and video
Edit and create basic video and audio podcasts
Download and embed video in websites, interactive whiteboard lessons and presentations
Create screen casts and annotations on class handouts and videos
Explore websites designed just for teachers who want to create and share classroom content online
If you are ready for your educators to begin to enrich core-curriculum through the use of technology and bring content to life this a great course to begin some audio and video editing, creating and sharing. Course content can be customize to meet the technology available and the professional development schedule of most school systems.