Instructing over a video conference is very different than instructing in a classroom. It is easy for students feel isolated and disconnected from the instructor. However, there are a few simple multi-campus video instruction methods that will keep your students engaged and learning.
Follow an instructional prompt, with prerecorded student interactions, the instructor will video record yourself successfully using multi-campus video instruction methods.
Here is how…
- Establish a welcoming environment
- Keep yourself in the camera frame
- “Make eye contact” with the camera
- Greet each group of students
- Facilitate a learning environment
- Call on all of the students by name
- Rephrase students comments and questions
This pretest consists of
- Recording yourself teaching a prerecorded group of students
- Watching your recording
- grading yourself on key methods
This is a pretest and you are not expected to know everything yet. The post test at the end of this module will be very similar to the pretest.
*No one will see this recording. It disappear as soon as you navigate a way from this page or if it is refreshed.
In the following scenario you will be “teaching” an online class of students about writing persuasive essays. The groups of students are prerecorded but treat them like it is a live class
When you are ready to begin:
- Click on the icon below.
- Allow camera and mic access
- Click the record icon to start recording.
INSERT Recorder here
*If the recorder above does not work use cam-recorder.com.
Play each video and respond to the students
The students have joined the class. Welcome them.
Respond to the student’s comment.
Respond to the student’s question