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1 TPA, Videos and Compression, OH MY! Creating and Uploading TPA Videos

2 Overview TPA (edTPA) Creating videos Video compression

3 TPA edTPA – Teacher Performance Assessment Ohio is one of twenty states participating Required for licensure Combination of lesson plans, videos and reflections – Create an assessment system for enhancing teacher quality – Track teacher performance across teachers’ careers – Inform teacher quality initiatives and issue initial teacher licenses – Make systematic decisions about recruitment, professional development, and continuation of employment

4 Creating Videos (1/4) What you will need: an smart phone, a tripod (or something else to prop your phone up with), good lighting, a quiet space to shoot. Decide on the message you want to deliver that will help your audience to achieve a desired result quickly, with ease, having more fun or in some way better than before they watched the video. Find a place that is quiet, well lit and where you feel comfortable. If you have a wall that is white or a solid color that you can stand in front of, this can be the perfect place to deliver your message.

5 Creating Videos (2/4) Quiet the space. Close all windows and doors. Turn off any fans, heaters or other noises in the room. Place your phone in a tripod or propped against books or other objects. Make sure to have the camera on the phone set to face you, so that you can shoot and watch yourself on the screen at the same time. Shoot a 5 second test before you begin shooting the video. Check for lighting (bright enough, but not washed out), sound (loud enough, but with no background noise), visuals (check your hair, makeup, etc). Remove distractions so your viewer can focus on you.

6 Creating a Video (3/4) Write down the 3 key points on a Post-it note and place it above the camera on your phone. This will help you to remember what you are going to say while also helping you to look in the right place while filming. Shoot a 10 minute video that quickly and concisely conveys a smart, easy and fun message. Don’t forget to encourage social sharing by asking your viewers to like your video and comment on it if they find the information useful. Once you are finished shooting, review the footage for good lighting and sound. If you want to crop the footage before you upload to YouTube, slide your finger slowly along the clip bar at the top of the video screen until a cropping prompt appears. (Remember – no editing in TPA!!!)

7 Creating a Video (4/4) When the video is ready to share, click the share button (rectangle with an arrow on it) and then click the YouTube icon. A screen will appear where you can add a title and description. Post the video to all of your social profiles. Embed it on your wiki and post to your social networking sites.

8 Video Compression using HandBrake Video converter program intended to both rip and convert video files to multiple formats You only need to have to have a file (or DVD) to work with HandBrake will indicate if there is any missing information that needs to be inserted.

9 Video Compression using HandBrake Video converter program intended to both rip and convert video files to multiple formats You only need to have to have a file (or DVD) to work with HandBrake will indicate if there is any missing information that needs to be inserted.

10 This Week’s Assignment Prepare for TPA by creating a 10 minute how to video Upload to youtube Compress and upload to pbworks (wiki) HAVE FUN!!!


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