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Be Your Own Substitute Teacher

Learn to create video and support materials that allow you to be in the classroom even when you are not there.
Instructor:
Nathan Nagele
16 students enrolled
English [Auto-generated]
Create their own videos
Share videos and materials with students
Be ever-present in their classroom
Connect with their students in new ways
Lower the amount of work needed when missing school

As a teacher, being sick is not fun, but coming back to the classroom and finding that your students didn’t master their objectives is even more frustrating. In this course you will learn how to create your own videos for your students when you are not in the classroom. It’s easier than you think and the best part is that it will save you time compared to traditional sub plans.

In this course you will learn:

  • How to create your own videos
  • Engage students in new and interesting ways
  • Understand the rationale behind being your own sub
  • How to share your creations with your class
  • Develop support materials for your students

If you are looking for a new way to interact with your students and always be part of your classroom, this is the course for you. Included in this course are helpful resources to get you started making videos quickly and easily along with step-by-step video tutorials detailing every aspect of becoming your own substitute teacher. 

Take the next step in your professional development and enroll today!

Introduction

1
Welcome and how it works

Students will get an introduction to the course as well as an overview of what they can expect to learn.

2
Quick start guide

Students will get a quick start guide to help them get up and running with being their own substitute as easily as possible. 

3
Rationale and expected outcomes

Students will be able to explain the reason behind creating videos for when they are not in school and understand how it can help their students achieve success.

4
Introduce yourself
5
Student feedback

Students will get to see real feedback from my students to better understand how this idea is useful in the classroom.

6
Examples from my classroom

Students will see real life examples that I use with my students to better understand what this looks like in the real world. 

Getting Started

1
Section introduction - what's this all about?

Students will get an overview of what is covered in this section of the course. 

2
Basics 101

Students will understand what this looks like and how it operates in a classroom.

3
What does it look like?

Students will see what being your own substitute looks like and how it works when they are not in the classroom.

4
What do you need?

Students will understand what equipment they need to properly be their own sub.

5
Basic equipment outline

Students will get an overview of the different equipment options they have when making video. 

6
Getting buy-in from admin and staff

Students will understand how to sell this idea to their administrators and staff.

7
Preparing your class

Students will understand the steps needed to prepare a classroom of students for online video instruction when the teacher is not in the classroom.

8
Getting started recap

Students will be able to reflect on what they learned in this section of the class.

Planning and Doing

1
Section introduction - how do we do this?

Students will understand the what content is covered in this section.

2
My process

Students will see how the instructor creates his content and plans out his absences/sick days.

3
Setting expectations

Students will understand the importance of setting expectations for students when learning through web video.

4
Planning for failure

Students will understand the importance of planning out online lessons fully so that student achievement is not impacted by mistakes and missed information.

5
Making videos

Students will see how the instructor uses his cell phone to capture video for this classroom.

6
Making supporting materials

Students will understand how to make and give support materials to their classroom.

7
Do you need to edit?

Students will understand the decision of editing their videos or not.

8
Process recap

Students will be able to reflect on what was covered in this section of the class.

Sharing your content

1
I have the video, what now?

Students will understand the content covered in this section of the class.

2
Google Classroom

Students will be able to see how to upload video and materials to Google Classroom.

3
YouTube

Students will be able to see how to upload video to YouTube and make the video viewable to only people with the link.

4
Other video hosing services

Students will be able to explore other video hosting services for their content. 

5
Link shorteners

Students will be able to see the uses of URL shortening services and how they can be used in the classroom.

6
Considerations

Students will understand the possible limitations that need to be considered before creating video for their students. 

7
Section review

Students will be able to review this section.

Wrap-up

1
Conclusions

Students will review the course as a whole and understand the overall goals of becoming your own substitute teacher. 

2
Connect with me

Students will be able to contact the instructor on social media to further discuss ideas on how to teach their students. 

3
Thank you and what's next

Thank you for completing the course. 

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