Secondary Catalogue

Series: Creating Instructional Video


Different Forms of Instructional Video

Different Forms of Instructional Video

Instructional video can take different forms, each with its own pros and cons. In this video, English, History and EAL teacher Steven Kolber introduces four types: screen capture, boards, classroom observation (video on demand) and green screen,...Show More
Make and Publish a Video

Make and Publish a Video

There are four key steps to creating instructional video for your students: pre-production, production, editing and publication. In this video, English, History and EAL teacher Steven Kolber highlights things to consider at each step, including...Show More
Pedagogy: Using Video Effectively

Pedagogy: Using Video Effectively

Instructional video can free up more class time to deliver pedagogy and enhance your teaching. In this video, English, History and EAL teacher Steven Kolber suggests activities and techniques that you can apply in the classroom, highlighting the...Show More
Pros and Cons of Six Video Types

Pros and Cons of Six Video Types

Instructional video falls into different categories, each with different applications. In this video, English, History and EAL teacher Steven Kolber discusses six options: direct instruction/lecture, shared viewing, partial flip, in-class station...Show More
Research-Informed Principles: Making Better Video

Research-Informed Principles: Making Better Video

Teaching practice should be evidence-based and research tells us a great deal about effective instructional video. In this video, English, History and EAL teacher Steven Kolber covers key ideas and principles, including cognitive load, gesture,...Show More
Why Make and Use Video?

Why Make and Use Video?

Instructional video can give you more freedom in the classroom to do interesting and engaging things with students. In this video, English, History and EAL teacher Steven Kolber explains why instructional video can be a powerful educational tool,...Show More