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How to Create Instructional Videos with Flipgrid Shorts – Easy EdTech Podcast 073

August 4, 2020


In this episode, we’ll explore best practices for how to create instructional videos, including planning, filming, and sharing. You’ll hear about the free and fantastic Flipgrid Shorts tool for creating explainer videos for students. It’s perfect for blended, hybrid, and remote learning.

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Learn best practices for how to create instructional videos, including planning, filming, and sharing. You’ll hear about the free and fantastic Flipgrid Shorts tool.

Create Instructional Videos

So let’s make this EdTech easy…

  1. Identify a topic you want to share with students
  2. Jot down a few notes or things you want to say
  3. Use the Flipgrid Shorts tool to add stickers, images, or sketches
  4. Share what you’ve made with a link or embed code with your students!

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