My classroom experience requires me to teach a lot of technique, especially software technique that can suck away from time in the classroom devoted to discussing the images themselves. I have found creating technical movies to be an invaluable resource for students. It definitely takes quite a bit of prep time, but is well worth it if you have the resources and patience. I have access to IShowU HD software to create movies, but there are other, simpler applications you can use as well. I typically upload to Vimeo and embed the links on my online classroom. Of course, you could as easily use YouTube. Find out what resources your institution has to assist you. It’s likely that your IT department is eager to help out and provide you whatever access you need to create a more interactive classroom. You can then use your own movies as a resource for students in and beyond the classroom.
• Keep them short – break techniques into sections that you can easily refer to;
• Search out already created movies you might find on YouTube or tutorials like Lynda.com;
• Collaborate with students or other faculty to create technique videos.
Of course you can also make movies for any topic, not just technique.
check out an example here: