UNIT 3: Incorporating Screen Captures Into Your Classroom

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Current research reveals that the most effective way to use video is as an enhancement to a lesson or unit of study. Video should be used as a facet of instruction along with any other resource material you have available to you for teaching a given topic and you should prepare for the use of a video in the classroom the very same way you would with any other teaching aid. Specific learning objectives should be determined, an instructional sequence should be developed and reinforcement activities planned. And of course, no video should ever be used in the classroom until it has first been previewed by you as the instructor (Griffen, 2010).



By the end of this unit students will be able to:

  1. Design an effective lesson plan using screen captures as an instructional tool
  2. Discuss with peers how screen captures can be used to present information

Unit Lessons

To get started, click on Lesson One below.

Unit 3: Lesson One

Unit 3: Lesson Two