July 13, 10:30 – 11:30am
Titian 2301 B
Isaac Belcher – Tarleton State University
Justin Carrell – Tarleton State University
Why use Video? – One small step (powerful driver) How instructors can make themselves known to students. Making feedback meaningful and personal.
Examples of Impactful videos:
- Video should be engaging, and real, not overly scripted – authentic (leave the ummm’s in)
- Video allows instructor to demonstrate complex problem solving (working math problems) Students have ability to watch you work through a problem over and over again…added benefit.
- Demonstrating how to do something online (taking a test to make students think about the concept faculty was teaching – just demonstrating answering one question from large pool)
- not just moving a lecture to online environment.
- Quality – enough to get the job done. Don’t need lexus when camry will do.
- Length – students will typically watch a video from 7 – 10 minutes
- Placement – where do you put it? (embed)
- Format – streaming format, not player specific, mobile friendly
- Storage – on streaming server (kaltura, panapto etc…)
Flipped Classroom – Why Flip (Bloom’s Taxonomy Considerations) Ability to utilize class time for application (Evaluation, synthesis, analysis, application, comprehension, knowledge)
Tools for flipped classroom:
- Zaption* – affirming knowledge layering quizzing over video(Kaltura has Interactive quizzing that does this) *Zaption is going out of business.
- NBC Learn
- Films on Demand
- Screen captures
- Bb Collaborate
Stay tuned into your video analytics to make more informed decisions about how to best used media in your online courses.
- Familiar Environment – mimics classroom
- Computer Considerations – beefy computer to handle video recording and different applications.
- Audio – boom mic, desk mic, lavalier
- Room Design
- Video Sources