Looking for Feedback on Video Lessons

Hi all,

I'm a former elementary teacher (5th grade) who was unsatisfied with the available stock of online learning tools available for students so I decided to build my own!

I have been making math videos that use an 'I do, We do, You do' approach to teach math concepts like this:

  1. Adding Mixed Numbers with Regrouping: https://edpuzzle.com/media/5dc0afd1ada468407c059b03

I have also been making science videos that cover basic science content that students will need for NGSS standards like this:

  1. Introduction to Matter: https://edpuzzle.com/media/5dba44cff26b3a40a74762f5

I'm looking for feedback and questions before I commit to building the several hundred videos that would be needed to make an entire grade level of content. What would you think of the video structure/content? What would make it better for teachers/students?

Thanks in advance!

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  1. DrRoyGBiv

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    I think this is a great start. I think that for the grade level the length is right on, providing enough detail without losing interest.

    I also feel like you do a really good job of providing really clear information, then applying it in. It helps re-enforce the concept well.

    If I did have to give any negative feedback, I might suggest using realistic imagery. I recognize that might easily be a limitation of the software you are using, but it could be even more impactful if you show the actual measurement of mass for the hamburger, as opposed to just the animation

    Good implementation of EdPuzzle as well.

    Overall, would recommend to elementary teaching friends as it is now.

    Good luck.

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