Three Ways to Create Video Lessons With Your Existing Slides

Last week I hosted a webinar about creating videos for asynchronous instruction. One of the points that I made in the webinar was that you don’t need to start from scratch every time you want to record a new lesson. In fact, one of the easiest ways to get started is to record over a few of your existing slides. In this new video I demonstrate three methods for doing that. 

In the following video you’ll learn how to quickly create video lessons with Canva slides, Google Slides, and PowerPoint slides. 

It’s important to remember that you’re better off creating a few short videos than one long video. That’s why I recommend starting with just a few slides. 

Webinars for Your School or Organization

If you’re interested in having me host a webinar for your school or organization, send me an email at richard (at)

Some of the topics I can cover in a webinar for you include:

  • Making and teaching with video.
  • Fun with formative assessment.
  • Google Earth & Maps for social studies and more.
  • Developing digital portfolios.
  • Copyright for the classroom (United States-based).

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