Curriculum

Week 1 – Motivate to teach online and educate people for change

 

Week 2 – Activity to observe and understand different types of recording methods

 
A Computer.
A DAW/Audio Interface Combo.
Microphones.
Headphones.
Studio Monitors.
XLR Cables.
A Mic Stand.
Pop Filters.

 

Week 3 – learn different recording methods and type of recording your course

 

Week 4 – Learn more about useful tools such as Laptop/PC, Microphones, Software, Webcam, Video or mobile camera, Pen tablet to make video tutorials, MOOCs, YouTube
videos, e-learning courses, teach live training and more.

 

Week 4.1 – Learn more about useful tools such as Laptop/PC, Microphones, Software, Webcam, Video or mobile camera, Pen tablet to make video tutorials, MOOCs, YouTube videos, e-learning courses, teach live training and more.

 

 

Week 5 – DIY home recording studios to teach online, make video tutorials

 

Learn presentation tools like PowerPoint, Apple Keynote, Prezi

Planning your presentation
Creating a presentation
Adding, removing, and rearranging slides
Adding text, images, links, and more
Aligning, layering, and grouping elements
Applying transitions
Adding and formatting pictures
Working with bullet points
Inserting tables from Excel
Adding shapes and creating diagrams
Playing a slideshow
Recording narration
Inserting audio and video clips
Delivering your presentation
Reusing and sharing a presentation
Camtasia Studio

Creating and configuring a recording account
Choosing and connecting a microphone
Installing Camtasia Studio
Choosing the area of the screen you want to record
Managing mouse movements
Handling mistakes
Editing audio and video in Camtasia
Adding animation and zoom-and-pan or picture-in-picture effects
Using the PowerPoint add-in
Adding closed captioning
Creating interactive quizzes
Exporting and publishing movies
Audacity

Creating a new project
Adding tracks
Recording two tracks simultaneously
Making selections
Splitting clips
Automating volume
Adding sound effects
Using compression
Inserting silence
Exporting your project

Learn about video editing tools like Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Windows Movie maker, adobe premiere pro

Setting up a project and a sequence
Importing footage and stills
Organizing and locating clips using ratings and keyword tags
Importing and organizing media
Marking and selecting the best takes from clips
Cropping, trimming, splitting, and fine-tuning clips
Applying transitions, effects, and filters
Performing intermediate editing and trimming techniques
Stabilizing shaky footage
Making audio level adjustments and mixing audio
Adding background music and voiceovers
Working with effects
Changing clip speed
Multicam editing techniques
Color correction techniques
Publishing content to YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook
Creating titles, credit rolls, and lower thirds
Exporting movies and projects

 

 

Week 6 – Recording and Editing Your Course – Presentation & audio video recording & screencasting & audio-video editing
week 6.1 – How to Find Free, High-Res Images for your video tutorials or MOOC 

 

week 6.2 – soft background music to add into presentations

 

Week 7 – additional information on Video length, upload encoding settings, free screencasting, screencasting app and more

 

Week 8 – Awesome Q&A (Question and Answer) Sites to Answer Your Burning Questions for your students.

 

 
Signing up for Dropbox
Backing up your files
Synchronizing files
Sharing files and folders with anyone
Sharing photos and videos
Commenting in Dropbox

Creating, naming, saving, and editing docs
Formatting text
Creating a table of contents
Inserting images and tables
Copying, renaming, and moving docs
Publishing docs on the web
Sharing docs

Accessing Google Drive
Working with files
Purchasing more storage space
Finding files
Working with Docs, Sheets, and Slides
Creating forms and drawings
Sharing files
Working with revisions and suggested edits
Creating a new notebook
Creating and formatting text notes
Adding screenshots to a note
Creating a multimedia note
Clipping web content to a note
Creating notes from emails
Sorting, filtering, and finding notes
Sharing notes

 

Week 9 – Cloud Storage to upload documents and share it with students and use it for backup. 

 
Online tests graded automatically
Build exams with ease
Export to Word or PDF
Alternate versions to reduce cheating
Computer Adaptive Testing
Compose Linear and Branching Tests
Portable Standards-Based TEIs
Test-Taker Management
Manage and Control User Access
Customizable Workflows
Generate Reports

 

Week 10 – Custom Test Creation for your students.

WebEx and Skype

Getting the right equipment
Launching Skype
Adding and managing contacts
Making audio and video calls
Using Skype on mobile devices
Setting up Skype voicemail
Recording Skype calls
Sharing your screen
Making group calls
Managing privacy settings

Setting up a host account
Installing WebEx Meetings
Joining a meeting
Using text chat
Scheduling meetings
Launching instant meetings
Sharing your desktop or specific applications
Changing presenters
Managing audio
Using whiteboards and annotation tools
Recording meetings
Video conferencing
Using WebEx Meetings on mobile devices

 

Week 11 – start Voice Interaction and share your screen with students and Video Conferencing tools and training for online totor or online educator or youtuber

 

Week 12 – useful online & offline white board software and services to teach online or make educational videos

 

Week 13 – Start an Online Discussion Community to clear students doubts after class and to do effective Group chat with students or subscribers 

 
Creating course sections
Adding resources as file downloads and links
Incorporating assignments, quizzes, and forums
Enrolling students
Creating groups
Setting up the gradebook

 

 

Week 14 – Online Training Platforms, Learning Management System, Online LMS, eLearning, Platforms to Publish and Sell Online Courses
Week 15 – best online tutoring companies to work for Online Teaching & Tutoring Jobs, Tuition Jobs, Teacher Recruitment

 

Week 16 – Tutoring Business Management or Business Management Software for Educators.
Creating posts and pages
Formatting text
Publishing and scheduling posts
Adding images, audio, and video
Bulk editing posts and pages
Customizing themes and menus
Using widgets
Extending WordPress with plugins
Editing users profiles
Configuring settings

Understanding how you can use Google Sites
Creating a new site
Adding webpages
Creating announcements and lists
Changing layouts
Working with text, links, images, and video
Deleting and adding sidebars
Working with users and visitors

Exploring the Tumblr Blocks
Creating a custom domain
Understanding likes, reblogs, and notes
Blocking and unblocking users
Adjusting basic appearance settings
Adding a logo
Creating a post
Editing multiple posts at once
Inserting video and audio into pages
Finding theme marketplaces
Editing posts using HTML and markdown
Adding comments with Disqus
Editing your profile, site logo, and site title
Changing the template
Adding custom CSS and Typekit fonts
Setting up pages
Understanding site navigation
Editing content: banners, footers, text, images, and more
Adding a gallery block
Adding a blog
Upgrading your Squarespace plan
Creating a custom domain

 

Week 17 – Tools to create websites and blogs for your online teaching

 
Building an email list
Collecting email addresses
Offering incentives to increase signups
Deciding on a format for emails
Including links
Sending valuable offers
Creating effective From address and subject lines
Combing email with social media and mobile devices
Managing bounced and blocked email
Evaluating email click-through data
Automating email marketing
Setting up a free MailChimp account
Adding and importing subscribers
Working with email templates
Sending your first email campaign with MailChimp
Viewing reports
Adding a signup form to your website
Managing subscriber lists
Improving your click and open rates
Understanding Facebook ad types
Setting up an advertising account with Facebook
Identifying and targeting your primary audience
Choosing a budget
Writing Facebook ads
Boosting page posts
Creating and scheduling reports
Improving ad performance
Understanding Facebook’s ad policies
Signing up for Twitter
Choosing a username
Building brand presences with an effective profile, photos, and bio
Following others
Exploring hashtags
Crafting great tweets
Adding photos and video to tweets
Scheduling tweets
Searching for potential clients
Retweeting
Advertising on Twitter
Using third-party Twitter-management tools
Creating compelling offers
Tracking Twitter via Google Analytics

Understanding company pages and profiles
Knowing and finding your audience
Using the Who’s Viewed Your Profile and You Recently Visited tools
Tagging and sharing content
Creating a message campaign
Building a dynamic company page
Creating engaging updates
Marketing your LinkedIn page

How to pin
Researching customers on Pinterest
Creating a Pinterest plan
Creating a pinnable website
Opening a business Pinterest account
Linking to other social networks
Following other pinners
Crafting good pin descriptions
Creating article- and product-rich pins
Measuring Pinterest success with analytics
Creating a Flickr account
Adding contacts
Using Uploadr to upload photos
Connecting Flickr to Facebook and Twitter
Adding information to photos, such as titles, descriptions, and tags
Rotating, cropping, and resizing photos
Applying effects
Interacting with the Flickr community

 

Week 18 – Promoting your course

 

 

Understanding core affiliate marketing concepts
Opening affiliate account(s)
Selecting and applying to affiliate programs
Monetizing blogs
Using affiliate data feeds
Using coupons and discounts
Adding email, video, and social marketing to the mix
Finding your idea/problem to solve
Finding your first customer
Writing a business plan
Deciding on a legal structure
Building a team of employees and advisors
Marketing your business
Building a website
Minding cash
Managing stress
Funding growth
Balancing entrepreneurship and life
Setting up an account
Understanding PayPal protection for buyers and sellers
Sending money
Sending payments
Requesting money
Connecting PayPal to ecommerce sites
Searching transactions
Reporting
Adding and withdrawing funds
Using PayPal Mobile
Using PayPal Here’s point-of-sale solution with a card reader
Shipping packages through the post office and UPS with PayPal
Avoiding transaction disputes

 

week 19 – Collect payments and sell online, crowdfunding, affiliate marketing, Online Payment Gateways

 

 

All the best. Happy learning.

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