Recipes for Effective Online Teaching

Curated Videos Plus Activities

  • Susan Tade Academic Technology, University of Minnesota
  • Nima Salehi School of Nursing, University of Minnesota
Keywords: online teaching, video, student engagement

Abstract

Research shows us that recording hours of video lectures for online or flipped classes is an ineffective online teaching resource. Studies show that students aren’t watching them. Faculty effort, technical staff and captioning is expensive. What are effective options? This presentation will highlight key research on the types of videos faculty should be creating. It will identify strategies faculty can use to create focused video presentations and the support services needed. It will provide suggestions for activities, prior to, during and after watching course videos, that ensure greater student engagement and deeper learning.

Author Biographies

Susan Tade, Academic Technology, University of Minnesota

Susan Tade is a member of the Academic Technology Support Services team at the University of Minnesota. 

Nima Salehi, School of Nursing, University of Minnesota

Nima Salehi is an instructional designer and assessment specialist for the University of Minnesota School of Nursing.

Published
2019-08-01
Section
Presentation