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AECT Presentation)Flipped Classroom_Camtasia


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AECT Presentation)Flipped Classroom_Camtasia

  1. 1. Flipping your Course? Engaging Lecture Captures 101 with Camtasia
  2. 2. Common Flipped Classroom Structure Pre-f2f lectures/Online Assignments F2f Activities& dialogue Post-f2f online follow-up Blended & Integrated Division of Information Technology
  3. 3. Lecture Captures First question to ask: Do I have to deliver lectures using videos? Division of Information Technology
  4. 4. Video Lecture Issues • Passive Learning experience • Too long • No engagement between content and students Division of Information Technology
  5. 5. Lecture Captures Planning Planning: • Lecture content chunking and length—Learning objects • Lecture content format options Narrated PowerPoint audio + slides PowerPoint slides + other videos + screen captures Screen captures Including instructor’s video? • Build break points and reflective activities (Non-linear flow, user clicking, built-in table of contents, in-video quizzing) • Integrate video lectures with other online or classroom activities. • Design the flow and structure Division of Information Technology
  6. 6. Strategies Show in Camtasia 1. User clickable area 2. Build questions/assessments at strategic intervals 3. Using Table of Contents 4. Include music/other voices/ 5. having TAs asking questions during lectures/ 6. Online/classroom activities on video content Division of Information Technology
  7. 7. Examples Various of Content + talking head (using tablet PC to annotate while speaking) (1:00) Quizzes examples: User Clicking: Table of Contents Having students creating their own video lectures Division of Information Technology
  8. 8. Other Screencasting Software Free screencasting software • Jing (.SWF) • Screencast-o-Matic (web-based, MOV) • CamStudio (For Wins, AVI , SWF) • Screenr (by Articulate, web-based, SWF) • Webinaria (For Wins, .FLV) Division of Information Technology
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  10. 10. Contact Jun Yang Instructional Designer Division of Information Technologies University of Maryland Division of Information Technology