Synchr onousOnline Lear ning Audio Video Conference
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).
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.
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
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