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Interactive video conferencing

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Synchronous learning

Synchronous learning

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  • 1. Synchr onousOnline Lear ning Audio Video Conference
  • 2. Interactive VideoConferenceReasons for selection: Allows numerous students to attend the class without regard to distance. Guest speakers can easily join to help increase knowledge base. Allows for “real-time” visual contact between instructor and students (Brady, 2012).
  • 3. Appropriateness ofChoice  Interactive video allows instructor to course correct if students are not exhibiting positive non-verbal cues.  Students are able to ask clarifying questions to the instructor and expect to get an immediate response.
  • 4. Application toTeaching Environment Environment:  Provide training for 53 retail stores  Ability to get message to store leaders quickly  Leaders can ask questions in ‘real-time’  Reduce mileage expense for company  Technology already available at store level  Ability to use PowerPoint Slides to create dynamic presentations to engage trainees
  • 5. ReferencesBrady, J. (2012). Designing for Learning. Strategies for effective teaching: using interactive video in the distance education classroom. Retrieved from: http://www.designingforlearning.info/servic

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