Many teachers connected with their students this week with personal messages, live zoom sessions, email, classroom and brand-new google sites. Now, it will be fun to create and share weekly lessons, provocations, pitches and projects to students from the channels we have created. And making new video lessons from content we already have is actually pretty easy. This new tutorial video shows you how to take your presentation slides from any software, whether PowerPoint, Keynote, Google Slides, a folder of images, or even a website, and turn them into a narrated video that can be shared on your RVS YouTube Channel. Check it out:
If you haven't started your RVS YouTube Channel with a personal welcome message for your students, fear not! You can check out last week's tutorial video How To Launch Your Channel with a Personal Message to get started.