The Sue Griffiths have-a-chat video series
Remote Teaching & the Document Camera (7 min)
Effective remote teaching requires real-time interaction (e.g. Zoom), but equally importantly, a way to exchange work between teacher and students online.
Therefore, the teacher needs to be able to record videos.
The Document Camera is one of the lesser-known options. Susan Griffiths, a recent participant of the Deliver Work Remotely To Your Students online course, explains her use of the document camera.
2. Reflections on Remote Teaching (18 min)
Susan (a recent participant of the Delivering Work Remotely course), reflects on what she learnt through the lockdown period in 2020.
00:40 The challenges of tech
02:10 The advantages of a long-term, self-paced comprehensive online program.
03:45 Why a web-style layout is critical when delivering work online.
05:00 The online system for remote teaching needs to allow for 'just-in-time’ feedback.
05:45 Talking about Google Classroom
06:20 Susans system for becoming an accomplished teacher
07:20 (and 9:30)The over-use of Zoom for remote learning
09:00 What are we looking for in a learning platform? 10:00 A better way to utilise Zoom
11:15 The issue of teacher overwhelm re remote learning
12:40 A somewhat student-centred approach
14:30 The issue of teachers adopting technology and change
16:00 Handbrake (video compression software) Links:
Andrew Gray video: (Smart use of Google Docs to deliver and track work)
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