Five Ways Video Can Transform Your Classroom
Led by Suzy Lolley
Are you tired of the same old papers and poster presntations in your classroom?
Video grabs and holds attention, that's why so many marketers and websites use video to get their message across.Good video can make History, Science, Math, English, Art, in fact, practically any class, come alive.
Do you want to present with video, but worry about the quality and the ads interfering?
In this interactive webinar, learn how to find and use videos that inspire, inform, and instruct. Teaching veteran and instructional technology specialist Suzy Lolley will lead us in a discussion covering:
- How can we use video to provide an authentic audience for student work?
- What projects use video to allow students to access their creativity?
- How can we make rote learning more fun by using videos?
- How do we find and use videos that are aligned to curriculum standards
- How can we make sure that videos are safe for students to watch and use?
Please come prepared to ask questions and share your own experiences!
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Date: Thursday, October 18
Time: 8:00PM Eastern/5:00PM Pacific Time
Suzy Lolley is in her sixteenth year in public education. She has served as both a middle and high school English teacher and an Instructional Technology Specialist for teachers of grades K-12.
In her current role as a Kennesaw State University iTeach Technology Integration Specialist, she supports the personalized learning initiative in two Fulton County elementary schools. She loves Microsoft tools, especially OneNote, and her current passion is gamification in the classroom. Her certifications include as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and Master Trainer, a Surface Expert, and ambassador for Raspberry Pi, Seesaw, and Common Sense.