Presentation on theme: "By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of recorded video versus live feed. Discuss the hardware."— Presentation transcript:
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of recorded video versus live feed. Discuss the hardware and software needed.
Introduction to video instruction Difference between Synchronous & Asynchronous Hardware & Software Advantages & Disadvantages Quiz Evaluation
“Most forms of learning, distance or otherwise, have some form of content as the basic teaching material. Additionally, good pedagogical practice typically includes instructional strategies that support learner interaction with the content.” -Kanuka, H. (2011)
According to Surprise and Mitchell (1994), videos can be effective if used properly. The authors suggested that using videos “to introduce material, to help learners visualize the key points of a concept, to relate them to other concepts, and to help students see real world applications of ideas explored in the classroom” (p.533) was most effective. - Surprise & Mitchell (1994)
“For video lectures to be most effectively used by students, they should appeal to students learning style preferences.” - Brecht, H. & Ogilby, S. (2008)
Videos have been used in traditional class settings. As technology has advanced, the use of videos as also increased. Today, videos are being used in virtual schools and distance education, as well as traditional classrooms.
Synchronous › Interactive › Immediate response to questions › Sharing of knowledge › Immediate access to the instructor Asynchronous › Convenient › Flexibility › Self-paced › More time for thought on questions › Accessible for review
Synchronous › Requires a set time › Requires a set location › More restricted Asynchronous › Minimal participation › Time for feedback or responses
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