VideoResumesWork help educators connect with school administrators, faculty, and students.
Through video introductions, educators can convey their approachability and promote interest in their classes.
A video introduction can be posted on an educator's ePortfolio or professional website, a learning management system, an eLearning course, a school website, a LinkedIn page, or a YouTube channel.
VideoResumesWork can also help educators who lack the time, interest, or ability to 'go digital' but who want to promote universal design for learning in their teaching methods. Lesson plans, learning objects/artifacts, presentation material, and assignment instructions can by converted to a digital format using videos and screencasts.
Digital artifacts can be helpful not only to students but also to parents who wish to understand what their children are learning but lack the English language skills to understand written instructions. Second language learners and parents especially benefit from video and screencast-based lessons and instructions for repetition of concepts.