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Don't Make Boring Videos For Your Students- Part 4

In Episode 10, of Rockin’ This Teacher Thing…

Last in a series- you will get the last 3 of 12 strategies to make amazing videos for your students.  After today you are more than equipped to make videos they need and deserve. You are adding a special time to their academic experience and they will be talking about it in the years to come.  Truly, you are making a special impact in their lives.  Let’s make it as joyful, engaging and effective as possible.  You can do this.  

Here's Episode 1, Episode 2 , and Episode 3 just in case you missed it. 

 

Here's Part 4

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