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The Role of Video in the Flipped Classroom


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This week PTZOptics the professional video camera manufacturer released a free guide for educators creating video for the flipped classroom. The “Flipped Classroom” instructional strategy is being used in school around the world today yet many of the tools educators have always wanted to create unique and engaging video content for flipped classroom teaching are just now becoming commonplace. In a recent video, the PTZOptics live show hosts, Paul Richards and Tess Protesto, explain some of the latest instructional technology available for educators who want to create engaging video content used for the flipped classroom along with a detailed guide.

“Teachers have always wanted to an easy way to create high-quality video content for the online instructional portion of their curriculum.” says Paul Richards, Chief Streaming Officer for PTZOptics. “Today teachers can use a host of easy to use online, cloud-based and even mobile applications to make video creation easier.”

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The Role of Video in the Flipped Classroom

  1. 1. The Role of Video in the “Flipped Classroom” A PTZOptics Presentation
  2. 2. Learning with Video
  3. 3. Wikipedia Definition A flipped classroom is an instructional strategy and a type of blended learning that reverses the traditional learning environment by delivering instructional content, often online, outside of the classroom. It moves activities, including those that may have traditionally been considered homework, into the classroom. In a flipped classroom, students watch online lectures, collaborate in online discussions, or carry out research at home and engage in concepts in the classroom with the guidance of a mentor.
  4. 4. Salman Khan Founder of Khan Academy
  5. 5. What is the flipped classroom? Assign the lectures as homework. Often using video. What used to be homework the students are doing the classroom… 1. Removing the one size fits all lecture in the classroom 2. Collaboration with peers 3. Using technology to humanize education
  6. 6. The Flipped Classroom uses online video.
  7. 7. Traditional Classroom Teacher delivers a central focus lecture and is the primary disseminator of information during the class period. The teacher responds to questions while students defer directly to teacher for guidance and feedback. Student engagement is usually limited to activities in which students work independently or in small groups.
  8. 8. Flipped Classroom Shifts instruction to learner-centered model in which class time explores topics in greater depth. Educational Technologies such as online videos are used to “deliver content” outside of the classroom. In the flipped classroom “content delivery” may be done with online collaborative discussions, digital research or videos.
  9. 9. Video Content Created in the Classroom
  10. 10. Education Engagement Engagement
  11. 11. The Paradigm Shift Allowing students to learn at their own pace in their own space. Moving away from lectures and towards team collaboration. Learning how to select and/or create engaging video content for homework assignments. Using Learning Management Systems.
  12. 12. The Hybrid Classroom - Allows students the opportunity to attend class physically or remotely via recorded video of lecture - Accountability/Attendance/Participation based on online quizzes and assignments usually due night of lecture reflective upon that day’s content. - Finals usually held in person
  13. 13. Education Enagement Incentive Competition
  14. 14. Online Course Structure Usually a video or audio presentation accompanied by slides/lecture ~Learning Management Platform used to hold quizzes, assignments, tests, and offers access to lectures. ~Usually allows for the classmates and teacher to interact, participate, and coordinate on tasks and questions
  15. 15. Real World Results In 2011 educators in Michigan's Clintondale High School flipped every classroom.[citation needed] Principal Greg Green led an effort to help teachers develop plans for flipped classrooms, and worked with social studies teacher, Andy Scheel, to run two classes with identical material and assignments, one flipped and one conventional. The flipped class had many students who had already failed the class—some multiple times. After 20 weeks, students in the flipped classroom were outperforming students in the traditional classrooms.[citation needed] Further, no students in the flipped classrooms scored lower than a C+, while the previous semester 13 percent had failed. -Wikipedia
  16. 16. Video Content Creation Ideas Solutions for engaging course based video content creation. 1. Video Annotation 2. Document Cameras / Overhead Cameras 3. Main Presentation Camera 4. Video Creation Software
  17. 17. Overhead PTZ Camera Mounts Capturing Original Video Content
  18. 18. Original Content Many educational organizations pay to have professional speakers come to their locations. These events can be used as video content and archived for teachers to share. This can be a great source of engaging “homework” content.
  19. 19. Sharing Lectures and Presentations
  20. 20. Creating an interactive experience Interactivity is key to engaging presentations. In this presentation we will review how to add live trivia to your live streams and video content to make them more engaging..
  21. 21. Tips for creating engaging course content 1. Important: Content Value > Greater than production value 2. Important: Find technology that enables your unique presentation style 3. Basic: Audio is always the most important part of filming an instructional video 4. Basic: Connect with your viewers by making eye contact with the camera 5. Advanced: Use multiple cameras when needed or a desktop screen capture to enhance your presentation capabilities 6. Advanced: Use annotations to highlight specific areas of interest 7. Advanced: Use extra B-roll video. Use your phone or extra camera to capture different angles of your presentation and include the footage in your presentation
  22. 22. Video Capture Software
  23. 23. Technical Implementation Tips
  24. 24. Som live streaming software to consider using Easy to use FeatureRichness NewTek Wirecast OBS xSplit Facebook Built-in streaming app Easy Live vMix Mimolive
  25. 25. The more powerful the software the longer it takes to learn It’s so important to make the right decision on a live streaming software because of the time it take to learn the platform. xSplit OBS Wirecast TriCaster MimoLive vMix
  26. 26. Follow Up Presentations 1. Flipped Classrooms - Today (March 28th 2018) 2. Live Learning - (March 18th) 3. Flipped Presentation Spaces - (March 25th)
  27. 27. Additional Learning Join over 10,000 students taking video productions courses from Paul Richards our Chief Streaming Officer. Download free coupons for video production courses at ml
  28. 28. Learn more on our YouTube Channel! Don’t forget to Subscribe!
  29. 29. Download our free flipped classroom video content creator guide here
  30. 30. Photo Credits Saunders Consultants- Tom Hendriks - Aerouant Media -