As product developers, how do you ensure your products are driving instructional change? Research shows that in order for instructional practices to truly change, and therefore positively impact student achievement, professional development needs to occur over time. Traditional, workshop-based PD isn’t effective, but learning via video is.

Video is an efficient, convenient and economical tool to deliver both product training and PD. While live-action videos are most commonly used, animated videos offer unique opportunities to provide teachers with the ongoing professional learning they need.

Join Shelby Marshall and Sarah Ditkoff from FableVision for this webinar originally broadcast on November 14, 2017 as they explore:

  • When to use different kinds of video for professional development
  • Strengths of animated video for teaching
  • Types of animated video
  • Great examples of using animated video for professional development

 

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