99 tips for creating simple and sustainable educational videos : a guide for online teachers and flipped classes / Karen Costa; foreword by Michelle Pacansky-Brock
Book | Stylus Publishing | 2020 | First edition.
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Edición
First edition.
Descripción
xvi, 183 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliografía
Includes bibliographical references (pages 175-177) and index.
Contenido
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FOREWORD / Michelle Pacansky-Brock
INTRODUCTION
SECTION ONE: WHY VIDEOS WILL WORK FOR YOU AND YOUR STUDENTS
TIP 1: BE PART OF A MOVEMENT
TIP 2: RECOGNIZE YOUR POWER
TIP 3: BUILD RELATIONSHIPS WITH YOUR STUDENTS
TIP 4: MAKE STUDENTS HAPPY
TIP 5: HAVE FUN
TIP 6: GET CONNECTED
TIP 7: SAVE TIME
TIP 8: EXPAND STUDENTS' SELF-EFFICACY
TIP 9: INCREASE COMPREHENSION OF COURSE CONCEPTS
SECTION TWO: ALIGNING VIDEO CONTENT WITH INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS
TIP 10: DETERMINE YOUR INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS
TIP 11: REVIEW MY EXAMPLE GOALS: Humanity, Instruction, Clarity
TIP 12: SHOW YOUR HUMANITY
TIP 13: EXPLAIN A CONCEPT
TIP 14: CLARIFY A TASK OR NAVIGATION
TIP 15: TELL A STORY
TIP 16: GET THEIR ATTENTION
TIP 17: MAKE A MINI-LECTURE
TIP 18: TAKE STUDENTS ON A TOUR
TIP 19: USE GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS TO CONNECT IDEAS
TIP 20: WELCOME WEEK
TIP 21: GREET STUDENTS AT THE DOOR
TIP 22: PLAY A GAME
TIP 23: IT'S TIME FOR A FIELD TRIP
SECTION THREE: GUIDING THEORIES AND RESEARCH
TIP 24: BE PRESENT WITH THE COMMUNITY OF INQUIRY MODEL
TIP 25: VALIDATE YOUR STUDENTS
TIP 26: BEGIN WITH BRAINS
TIP 27: GO THE DISTANCE
TIP 28: IN THIS TOGETHER
TIP 29: APPLY AESTHETIC-USABILITY EFFECT
TIP 30: FIGHT FEAR
TIP 31: GET EMOTIONAL!
TIP 32: CULTIVATE COMMONALITIES
TIP 33: INTEGRATE IMMEDIACY CUES
TIP 34: KNOW THE RESEARCH
SECTION FOUR: WHICH TYPES OF VIDEOS WILL WORK BEST FOR YOU?
TIP 35: KEEP IT SIMPLE
TIP 36: FORGET HOLLYWOOD
TIP 37: SATISFICE
TIP 38: CREATE A TALKING HEAD VIDEO
TIP 39: WEBCAM OR PHONE?
TIP 40: MEET YOUR NEW BEST FRIEND: Screencasts
TIP 41: COMBINE SCREENCASTS WITH TALKING HEADS
SECTION FIVE: VIDEO TIMING AND COURSE PLACEMENT
TIP 42: USE COURSE ANNOUCNEMENTS
TIP 43: INCLUDE VIDEOS IN E-MAILS
TIP 44: COMPLEMENT COURSE DISCUSSIONS
TIP 45: LOCATE VIDEOS WITHIN COURSE CONTENT
TIP 46: TRY ON-THE-FLY VIDEOS
TIP 47: SHARE VIDEOS WITH INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS
TIP 48: USE VIDEOS IN GRADED FEEDBACK
TIP 49: FLIP YOUR LAND-BASED COURSE
TIP 50: USE VIDEOS FOR CANCELLED CLASSES
TIP 51: INCORPORATE VIDEOS INTO MIDTERM AND FINAL REVIEWS
SECTION SIX: SETTING THE STAGE
TIP 52: FIND DECENT LIGHTING
TIP 53: TAKE A LOOK BEHIND YOU
TIP 54: KEEP THE CAMERA LENS LEVEL WITH YOUR FACE
TIP 55: USE A MICROPHONE
TIP 56: WILL YOU BRUSH YOUR HAIR?
TIP 57: REDUCE BACKGROND NOISE
SECTION SEVEN: PRESENTATION TIPS
TIP 58: DON'T USE A SCRIPT
TIP 59: DON'T READ SLIDES
TIP 60: MAKE EYE CONTACT
TIP 61: PERFECT YOUR POSTURE
TIP 62: THE CAMERA WILL EAT YOUR ENERGY
TIP 63: KEEP IT GENERAL
TIP 64: BREVITY IS THE ORDER OF THE DAY
TIP 65: ALLOW EXTRA TIME AT FIRST
TIP 66: EXPLAIN THE VIDEO'S RELEVANCE
TIP 67: BREAK SOME EGGS
SECTION EIGHT: USING POWERPOINT IN YOUR VIDEOS
TIP 68: TELLING ISN'T TEACHING
TIP 69: APPLY BASIC DESIGN PRINCIPLES
TIP 70: USE YOUR SLIDES TO PRESENT IDEAS, NOT AS SPEAKER NOTES
TIP 71: UNDERSTAND THE NEUROSCIENCE OF POWERPOINT
TIP 72: COMPLEMENT YOUR POWERPOINT-BASED LECTURES WITH STRUCTURED NOTES
SECTION NINE: IS BEING ON CAMERA FOR EVERYONE?
TIP 73: TAKE THE WOOL SWEATER TEST
TIP 74: PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
TIP 75: ARE YOU A DEER IN THE HEADLIGHTS?
TIP 76: TRY SCREENCASTS WITH AUDIO ONLY
TIP 77: GET ANIMATED
TIP 78: A SPECIAL NOTE FOR INDIVIDUALS FROM DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS: Safety, Security, and Social Change
SECTION TEN: SHARING VIDEOS WITH YOUR STUDENTS
TIP 79: CONSULT FIRST
TIP 80: SHARE VIA YOUR LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
TIP 81: USE YOUTUBE
TIP 82: NOTE THE VIDEO'S LENGTH FOR STUDENTS
TIP 83: TRY THIS SIMPLE AND SUSTAINABLE RECORDING AND SHARING TOOL
TIP 84: CREATE A YOUTUBE PLAYLIST
TIP 85: CAPTION YOUR VIDEOS
TIP 86: DISCOVER UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING
SECTION ELEVEN: BUILDING YOUR VIDEO CREATION PRACTICE
TIP 87: KEEP A TEACHING JOURNAL
TIP 88: DEVELOP A PLAN
TIP 89: PRIORITIZE YOUR PLAN
TIP 90: HELP! PRIORITIES ARE HARD
TIP 91: WHEN IN DOUBT, CREATE A WELCOME VIDEO
TIP 92: FOCUS ON THE POSITIVES
TIP 93: SEEK SUPPORT
SECTION TWELVE: PRACTICE EXERCISES
TIP 94: IT'S STORYTIME
TIP 95: SAY A TONGUE TWISTER
TIP 96: MAKE A MISTAKE
TIP 97: TELL A JOKE
TIP 98: MAKE MUSIC WITH YOUR VOICE
TIP 99: SPEAK FROM YOUR HEART
CONCLUSION
Sumario
Online learnng works best when faculty build regular, positive, and interactive relationships with students. Instructor-generated videos increase student satisfaction and course engagement levels. Karen Costa gives you the confidence and hands-on guidance you need. Embedded QR codes enable you to view sample videos and screencasts that bring the book's advice to life.
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Pacansky-Brock, Michelle
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Ninety-nine tips for creating simple and sustainable educational videos
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