Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Teaching on camera, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Teaching in front of a camera…is not the same as teaching to a live group.…When you're speaking to a group of people,…you can feed off of their energy.…You can read their body language…and their facial expressions.…You're constantly adjusting your delivery…to meet the needs of your learners,…but when you're speaking to a camera,…you're staring into the eye…of a piece of technology.…Now on this episode of Training Tips Weekly,…I'm going to share with you my top five tips…for teaching on camera.…And that starts with number one,…visualizing who your learner is.…
Picture in your mind exactly who you're speaking to.…What's their name?…Are they an advanced learner,…or someone who's just starting out?…Create a persona in your mind…of their relevant characteristics.…Are they the only person that you're speaking to?…What about that other learner?…What's their name?…What are their relevant characteristics?…Now you may want to right these down.…Print out a short list,…noting each person that you're speaking to,…and keep it nearby.…
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