Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Framing instruction, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- There's a time and a place…for all types of instructional delivery.…Sometimes the instructional lecture, talk,…or presentation is the way to go.…How you frame your instructional media…can make a big difference in how effective you are…at engaging your learner.…Now, in this week's episode of Training Tips Weekly,…we're going to explore this concept…of the frame for your instructional materials.…To gain a better understanding of the concept of the frame,…picture your favorite movie.…
As a member of the audience,…you're having a story told to you on the screen.…But if you shift your perspective to that of the filmmaker…who's telling the story,…you suddenly realize that you are in control…of what you reveal to the viewer, when you reveal it,…and how it's revealed within the confines of the frame.…And much like a filmmaker,…as the instructor the part of your lesson…that you have relative full control over…is the framing of your content.…
Therefore, let's look at some framing techniques…that filmmakers have developed and used…
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