Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Recording your face, part of Teaching Techniques: Blended Learning.
- Recently I had two meetings,…one video conference with someone I had never met…and a face to face meeting with someone I had worked with…for several years online, but had never met face to face.…Both encounters reminded me of…how critical the human face is in making…personal connections with others.…In a blended course, we have the advantage…of having some face to face sessions with our students…to make those strong personal connections,…but a portion of our time is spent online…and for some, this can be an isolating experience.…Being able to incorporate video of our faces…can help strengthen and maintain…that connection for our students.…
Here are a couple of tips and ideas for recording your face.…Start by recording a short introduction…of yourself and your course.…Then, make short video introductions…for each week, unit, or chapter…to orient your students to what's coming up in the course.…These introductions don't need to be long.…In fact, the shorter the better.…Try to keep them to one to three minutes at most.…
- Understanding blended learning
- Humanizing course materials
- Designing blended courses with Google Apps
- Setting up sharing on iOS and Android devices
- Capturing mobile screenshots
- Recording audio and video
- Creating a YouTube channel for sharing video
- Blending courses with an LMS
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Started
2. Blending with Google Apps
3. Blending with Mobile
4. Blending with Video
5. LMS and Open Blending
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