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Low-Tec Video : And why this is the most important thing I have been told in 2020

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Edited by Jonathan Vernon, Thursday, 3 Dec 2020, 06:10

Demonstration of using low-tec video to record a component of a class and share it with students

1) Low barrier technology > flip the classroom

  • Camera on a tripod with a white board

  • One record

  • No need for fancy cameras and editing which will put most off

Demonstratio of using low tec video to record a class

2) Requires a deeper level of thinking

  • Gets to the essence of what you have to say.

  • Brief, treatment, script, know what you want to say.

Demonstration of using low tec video to record a class

3) Utilises the power of note taking 

  • Increase retention of information

  • vs the density of notes on PPT. 

  • Vs printing off and handing notes. 

  • Develops handwriting 

Demonstration of using low tech video to record a class and share.

4) Benefits of Video

  • Eye contact

  • Facial Expressions 

  • Gesturing to keep the student engaged 

  • Teacher 

  • Screen Capture with the teacher in a thumbnail 

Demonstration of using low tech video to record a class and share.

5) Modeling a low barrier creative process

  • Focus on the content not the technology 

  • Beware the overwhelming possibilities it is NOT about the font or colour that matters. 

  • Freedom is lack of choice / keep it simple

REFERENCE : Why use low tech video to flip the class  Part of Week 3 of the Open Learn course : Taking Your Teaching Online.

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