Guidelines for Making Video Content that Students will Watch!
Practical guidelines to plan & record videos that students will actually watch
Many of today's students expect to see pre-recorded video content as part of their learning materials. They want to watch your presentations in their own time, and they want to revisit key concepts on demand. Yet those same students are saying that teacher-made videos are often missing the mark.
Unwatched videos represent wasted resources, time, and effort!
In this webinar, you will learn practical guidelines to plan and record videos that students will actually watch. Built from research that monitored online student behaviour such as look-away and turn-off rates, you won’t want to miss these important insights and practical guidelines.
A workbook with tools and templates will be emailed out ahead of the session, and includes a link to bonus content about how to take effective notes.
Previous participants say...
- The planning sheets are brilliant – I use them all the time now
- We’ve avoided videos because we thought they’d be too time consuming to make. These guidelines showed us how essential videos are, and also how to just get on with it.
- My big ah-ha moment was that we don’t need a fancy studio to make the videos students want
Date: Wednesday 27 October 2021
Time: 3.30pm AEDT (Sydney, Melbourne)
Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes
Investment: $55.00 inc GST.
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Dr Deniese Cox
With a strong background in VET and corporate training, Deniese has been teaching online since 2013 for a variety of organisations in Australia and internationally. Today, through her consulting work at TeachingOnline.com.au, Deniese helps teams and individuals navigate the shift to online education.
Importantly, the strategies that Deniese shares are practical, proven, and driven by what’s good for online students and teachers, rather than by technology-driven gimmicks or fads. That’s only possible because Deniese is more than an experienced educator, she is also an active online VET researcher. This means that you get access to current best-practice research which Deniese then presents in practical terms. Best of all, Deniese never asserts a one-size-fits-all approach – you’ll walk always from her webinars knowing how to readily apply new ideas to your context and teaching style.
Feel free to see Deniese’s full bio at https://www.teachingonline.com.au/about-me or visit her testimonials page to see what other participants have said about her engaging workshops. We love the feedback after Deniese’s sessions - everyone is always so positive about her work and energised by her interactive, professional presenting style.
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