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Cub Kahn

Effective Educational Videos - 2 views

    Excerpt: "In order for video to serve as a productive part of a learning experience . . . it is important for the instructor to consider three elements for video design and implementation:
    1. cognitive load
    2. non-cognitive elements that impact engagement
    3. features that promote active learning."
Cub Kahn

Pinch Hitter: The Effectiveness of Content Summaries Delivered by a Guest Lecturer in O... - 3 views

    Key finding: "Our data suggest that inserting short summaries into existing course videos is a simple and facile way to improve student recall of course contents." Thirty-second lecture summaries at the midpoint and end of lecture videos were correlated with significantly better learner performance on related quizzes. This was true if the lecture summary was delivered by the course instructor but not if it was delivered by a "guest." (Note: The average video length was approx. 10 minutes.)

Effect of Instructor-Personalized Multimedia & Best Practices in Online Teaching Strate... - 4 views Increased instructor personalization: No impact on course grades Increased retention Inc...

instructor intro video; audio customized video media

started by tianhongshi on 02 May 17 no follow-up yet
Cub Kahn

Using Instructor-Generated Video Lectures In Online Mathematics Courses Improves Studen... - 3 views

    "Results indicate students who enrolled in a redesigned online College Algebra course that strategically placed the instructor in the role of content provider performed significantly better. . . ."
Cub Kahn

Successful Flipped Classes - 1 views

    "Based on their research, Velegol, Mahoney, and Zappe have the following suggestions for faculty interested in flipping: (1) Keep the video segments less than 10 minutes, (2) review the material in class for less than 20 minutes, (3) give students time in class to work on real-life and relevant problems or projects that are traditionally done at home, and (4) provide at least weekly assessments to keep the students on track."
Shannon Riggs

Does Length Matter? It Does for Video - 4 views

    With apologies for the title -- some interesting graphs here that demonstrate the level of engagement at various video lengths. Makes the case for short videos. One thing that doesn't seem to be considered is how the video is integrated (or not) with learning activities.
Shannon Riggs - Videos from the World's Best Conferences and Events - 1 views

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