October | 20 | 2021
Part 1: How You Can Empower the Teachers and Students as Creators with Video
Moderated by Kevin Hogan, eSchool News, Editor-at-Large
Teachers and students create a wide range of educational content on a daily basis. But to tap into their best inner creator, they need the right tools.
Video creation technology has become a permanent staple in the classroom. In the TikTok, Instagram Video and Snapchat era, video has also provided the perfect medium to encourage and empower intuitive content creation in classroom environments. More schools and districts are discovering the impact that video has for every student and teacher, from the first-time video creator to the power user.
Join a panel of educators and edtech experts to learn how video has evolved into a K-12 powerhouse, and why it’s the best solution to help teachers create rich learning experiences in any classroom environment and build student confidence.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how asynchronous video:
- Lets teachers instantly see content completion, participation and understanding
- Enables students to rewatch content on their own time and pace
- And learn the must-have features and why video will continue to be the key to future educational success
Meet Your Speakers
Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Modern Classrooms Project
Kareem Farah is the Co-Founder and CEO of the Modern Classrooms Project. His background as an educator has made him realize the imperfections of traditional schooling methods and the importance of understanding and addressing students’ unique challenges. Therefore, he created the Modern Classrooms Project, a free program that empowers other educators to focus on building relationships with their students.
Director of Success @Screencastify
Technology Instructional Coach @Middletown City School District
Michelle Hearn is a technology instructional coach in Middletown City School District (NY). Michelle started her career as a 7th grade social studies teacher in 2014 at Monhagen Middle School. In her current position, she works directly with teachers and students teaching them how to effectively use instructional technology in the classroom.
Kevin Hogan, eSchool News, Editor-at-Large
Kevin is a forward-thinking media executive with more than 25 years of experience building brands and audiences online, in print, and face to face. He is an acclaimed writer, editor, and commentator covering the intersection of society and technology, especially education technology.