Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Instructional storytelling with video, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Hi, welcome to Training Tips Weekly.…I'm Chris Mattia, and I'm here to help you enhance…the design, creation, and delivery…of your instructional materials.…Now, this week, we're talking…about instructional storytelling with video.…And let's face it, as teachers,…we make a living telling stories.…Regardless of our subject matter, we string ideas…and concepts together with a narrative arc…that captivates, engages, inspires, and guides our learners…towards their learning objectives.…
Now traditionally, most face-to-face instruction…has been delivered using some form…of an instructional lecture.…The tools and effort required by the average instructor…to record, edit, and produce nearly any kind…of high-quality audio and video based recordings…for their own instructional materials…have simply been beyond the reach of most of us.…But that's no longer the case.…Nearly every computer and mobile device…sold in the past several years has the ability…to record, edit, and share, with either the built-in tools…or some additional software.…
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