Interactive (compressed) video new horizons 2013 (nh13)
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Interactive (compressed) video new horizons 2013 (nh13)

on

  • 249 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
249
Views on SlideShare
225
Embed Views
24

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

1 Embed 24

http://nhweb.vccs.edu 24

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Interactive (compressed) video new horizons 2013 (nh13) Interactive (compressed) video new horizons 2013 (nh13) Document Transcript

    • 4/2/2013 Interactive (Compressed) Video • One Class, Multiple Locations tools for effective instruction • Learning Environment and Engagement Ruth Greene and Tim Hoffman • Blackboard Integration • TCS Recording Tool • Technology lab versus low tech • LanSchool monitoring softwareOne Class, Multiple Locations Establish a  Creating a one class culture is not easy positive learning environment • Behavioral expectations • Academic expectations • Rapport with Students • Enthusiasm Become comfortable using the Three “Sees” equipment See Faces See Visual Aids See Content  Connection (instructors AND students)  Practice! 1
    • 4/2/2013Early in semester, use techniques to  • Set classroom expectationsbuild relationships and rapport with students • Greet students at the door during the first  few weeks on each campus (your first visit  • Name tents to the off‐site group is their first day of  • Seating charts and/or pictures of faces class) • Student introductions • Remove hats to make better eye contact • Discuss expectations on listening • Put phones on mute/buzzer and only  answer them if there is an emergency call.  If phones need to be answered, step  outside the classroom. • Respect the speaker, and limit comments to  the entire class • Keep all classrooms comfortable with  lighting, sound (students at off‐site can  control these) • Keep desks clear during direct instruction  (lecture) except for notes • Zoom in on faces when students speak • Use camera presets for ease • Remind and reinforce expected behaviors  throughout the semester. 2
    • 4/2/2013• Instructional Strategies • Instructional Strategies • “Chunk” lectures into manageable time slots  • Include all students in discussion,  (15‐20 minutes) making sure to include off‐site students  • Use classroom assessment techniques to  at all times check for understanding • Use small group activities with report‐ • Deliver instruction with your face clearly seen  out to reinforce learning of concepts by both sites • Reinforce learning community with  • Use visual aids as support for instruction, not  the source of instruction online discussion in Blackboard • Supply students with video lectures, lecture  notes, outlines, or copies of Power Point Above all— •Blackboard for Synchronous Support • Flipping the class REMEMBER • Preparatory work instructor  • • Reading Assignments Videos creates  • Pre‐class homework • Some tests/quizzes can be done online learning  • Move Items online that do not need to be done  in class environment • Use class time for interactive activities • New Blackboard Developments •Using LanSchool to… • Service Pack 11 • Notifications for ALL classes viewable in one  location • Calendar more useful & easier than ever  before – also spans classes • Blackboard IM • Separate Product from same Company • Supports Student/Student &  Student/Instructor interaction – can be used  remotely or in class without disruption 3
    • 4/2/2013•T.E.A.C.H. T.rain •T.E.A.C.H. E.ngage•T.E.A.C.H. A.ssessT.E.A.C.H. C.ontrol 4
    • 4/2/2013•T.E.A.C.H H.elp • Ruth Greene • rgreene@rappahannock.edu • Tim Hoffman • thoffman@rappahannock.edu 5