Using Ipad to Create Effective Video Content for Remote Learning With Craig Thompson

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  • Computing & ICT
  • Full
  • Primary
  • Leadership, Teaching & Learning
  • Lunch Not Included
  • Refreshments Not Included
  • Free
Overview

Out of the box, your iPad contains all of the tools you need to create effective, engaging video content to support pupils' learning.

Join me for a hands-on session which will guide you through combining tools such as the in-built Screen Recorder with a range of apps to quickly and easily create your own content. Alongside the availability of tools such as the Oak National Academy, we'll consider times when it may be both quicker and more effective to create your own instructional videos to meet your pupils' needs, whether they are at home or in school.

If you can, make sure your iPad (running iOS11 or later) is charged and ready to use, whilst attending the session on another device.

Delivering remote learning to pupils presents a range of challenges, including deciding whether new content is best delivered through live (synchronous) lessons or via pre-recorded content (asynchronous).

Evidence presented by the Education Endowment Foundation makes it clear that 'teaching quality is more important than how online lessons are delivered' and that whilst live lessons can be invaluable in some cases, 'an over-reliance on live remote learning could negatively impact the most disadvantaged in our society'. In short, if all remote learning is optimised for live delivery, what is the negative impact on those who are unable to access that content in real time?

About The Course

Out of the box, your iPad contains all of the tools you need to create effective, engaging video content to support pupils' learning.

Join me for a hands-on session which will guide you through combining tools such as the in-built Screen Recorder with a range of apps to quickly and easily create your own content. Alongside the availability of tools such as the Oak National Academy, we'll consider times when it may be both quicker and more effective to create your own instructional videos to meet your pupils' needs, whether they are at home or in school.

If you can, make sure your iPad (running iOS11 or later) is charged and ready to use, whilst attending the session on another device.

About the Programme Leader

With over 20 years experience in primary education, Craig has worked as a primary school teacher and deputy head, and as a Schools' Technology Advisor for Cambridgeshire Local Authority. As an independent Education Technology Specialist, he now works with schools and Trusts nationally - supporting primary and secondary school leaders and teachers with making effective use of technology. Craig is passionate about improving outcomes for pupils and the vital role technology plays in ensuring every child has the opportunity to reach their potential.

Craig is an Apple Professional Learning Specialist, Google Certified Educator (Level 2) and Microsoft Innovative Educator Trainer.

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