Remote Learning with


Zoom, Screencasts & Video

Spring Course: Remote Learning with Zoom, Screencasts and Video

April 6th - April 10th

One Week Spring Online Course

In this one week course, EdTechTeacher instructor Greg Kulowiec will explore how teachers can leverage video from two powerful approaches to support remote learning during extended school closings. Through a combination of synchronous and asynchronous video, course participants will develop a rich skill set to run both live meetings, develop pre-recorded video content and facilitate communication & collaboration amongst students with video. The course will highlight: video conferencing with Zoom to support connection and live instruction, pre-recorded video content via teacher screencasts across multiple devices and varied approaches to student generated video to support communication, reflection and collaboration.

Course Outline

The course will run online from April 6th - April 10th

Over the one week period, participants will engage in:

  • Three (3) synchronous webinars
  • Three (3) asynchronous online activities & challenges

Online Activities / Modules: This online course will be facilitated through Google Classroom. All course materials, updates, webinar links and course discussions will be available through Google Classroom.

NOTE: Please have access to a personal Gmail / Google account to participate in this course.

School issued G Suite for Education accounts will not allow access into our Google Classroom course.

Webinars: All synchronous webinars will take place from 3:00 - 4:00 EST through Zoom. Webinar recordings will be archived and available in the Google Classroom course.

Webinar Dates - All webinars will run from 3:00 - 4:00 EST

4/6 - Video Conferencing with Zoom & Synchronous Video

4/7 - Creating Pre-recorded Video with Screencasts

4/9 - Archiving Video & Student Created Video

Course Outline:

Part 1: Synchronous Video Conferencing with Zoom

  • Setup
  • Management
  • Features
  • Best Practices
  • Archiving

Part 2: Asynchronous Video with Screencasts

  • Creating Screencasts on the web
  • Creating Screencasts on a mobile device

Part 3: Video

  • Archiving & Sharing
  • Student Creation Options
  • Designing Video Experiences

Who Should Attend?

  • Elementary Grade Teachers
  • Middle & High School Teachers
  • Instructional Coaches

Technology Requirements

  • Personal Gmail / Google Account (non school issued G Suite for EDU Google Account)
  • The Webinars will be run with Zoom
  • Please download Zoom ahead of time on your device
  • Zoom Download Page

Meet the Instructor - Greg Kulowiec

Prior to joining EdTechTeacher, Greg spent eight years as a high school history teacher and one year as a technology integration specialist in Plymouth, Massachusetts. He began integrating technology into his classroom with early mobile devices including iPods and cell phones. An early adopter of iPads, Chromebooks and 1:1 environments, Greg quickly transitioned to integrating Project Based Learning Environments. Work that his students created during their studies of the Arab Spring of 2011 was featured on National Public Radio.  

Since 2012 as a full time instructor with EdTechTeacher, Greg brings a dynamic approach to technology integration that is paired with powerful instructional frameworks such as Project Based Learning and Design Thinking. Greg works with school districts and teachers throughout the country in workshops and year long professional development to explore thoughtful and effective uses of technology. Greg is a Google Certified Trainer, a Microsoft Innovative Educator, and the co-host of the “So We’ve Been Thinking Podcast”. Greg has presented at MassCue, NCSS, MASCD, ISTE, Google’s Global Education Summit and the EdTechTeacher Innovation Summits.

Greg lives in Newburyport, MA with his wife and two children and dog (Tugboat).

For more information about these workshops, please contact Gail Ross-McBride at or call 888-377-9518 ext 1.

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