Shenglan Zhang, Associate Professor of Chinese, subscribes to the idea that practice is central to the acquisition of second languages. Synchronous, instructor-facilitated, and spaced-out practice paired with constructive feedback can enhance student speaking skills in times of social distancing!
Tag: Video Creation
Thompson received the Excellence in Excellence in Remote Instruction COVID-19 Exceptional Effort Awards for, “outstanding virtual delivery of HORT 240: Landscape Trees, Shrubs and Woody Vines, and for enduring improvements to student accommodations.”
How can I make my video lectures effective and engaging? (20-Minute Mentor) The impersonal, text-heavy nature of many online classrooms makes it challenging for instructors to engage students with course material in an interesting, meaningful way. Video lectures provide an effective way for online instructors to teach content, personalize the learning experience, and evoke … Continue reading How can I make my video lectures effective and engaging? (20-Minute Mentor)
Dr. Saxon Ryan, Assistant Teaching Professor (Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering) shares how to use a one-take video recording for content in this Tip for Teaching video ( 54 secs).
Dr. Kira Werstein, Associate Teaching Professor (Kinesiology) here at Iowa State, explains how students create a practical recording for reflective practice for this Tips for Teaching video (2m 7 secs).
Bruce Kraft, Professor of Practice (Finance, Ivy College of Business) here at Iowa State. Kraft shares how to capitalize on technology to accommodate multimodal course delivery .