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Video in the Classroom: Free Downloadable Lessons

Are you a teacher?  Do you know a teacher?  Have you ever had a teacher?  If so, read on:

It’s the beginning of a new school year.  Which means one more year of school projects shot on video.  And hours of misery for the teachers who have to watch them.  If only there was a way to make student video better.  If only someone would create a set of downloadable lessons that could turn students into little Steven Spielbergs in a few short hours.  And if only they were free.

Well, they are.  Five free lesson plans that will take the misery out of classroom video projects.  Teachers (and trainers– this works for corporations too!)  have been downloading in droves.  And why not?  Shouldn’t classrooms or corporate meetings be fun?

Follow these lesson plans and your students’ videos will be 100% better.  Or at least shorter.  Which is also usually better (see lesson 5).

Click this link to download the Video Bootcamp PDF.  100% Free.  Nothing to buy, no email address to leave, no hoops to jump through.

Please feel free to tweet or email the link to your favorite teacher!

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 Teachers:  Questions on how to use video in the classroom?  Ask them here!

4 thoughts on “Video in the Classroom: Free Downloadable Lessons

  1. I was just thinking the other day how the traditional school play should be modernized into the school movie. Schools should convert their theatrical stages into studios and teach not only the roles of running a live show but all the various roles involved in making a film. This would better prepare students for a whole host of career skills both inside and out of Entertainment.

  2. Schools should convert their theatrical stages into studios and teach not only the roles of running a live show but all the various roles involved in making a film. This would better prepare students for a whole host of career skills both inside and out of Entertainment.

  3. I've been teaching video for a decade and in the business for 40 years. I've seen your book on the shelf and never taken the time to pick it up until a few weeks ago. What a mistake I've made. This is simply the best book on video production I've ever read. I first bought it on audio book and then ran out to the local book store where I was lucky enough to find one copy of the shelf. I bought it and told them to order more!

    Thanks for making my life easier as an instructor and better as a video producer. This will be my textbook for all future classes.

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