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  • Avoid the Talking Head! Creating engaging and effective

    instructional ‘video’

    While you wait: • Think of something to

    finish this sentence: “I like ___________

    • Then DRAW a picture or symbol to represent that item.

    “I like making videos.”

  • Not Just the ‘Talking Head’: Creating engaging and effective

    instructional ‘video’

  • Duren Thompson

    • Professional Developer – Education

    • Dang Yankee

    • Adult Literacy/ESL

    • ‘Low-tech’ tech geek • Online/blended learning • Flipped learning • Gamification • Learning disabilities

  • Creating Video: The Talking Head

  • The Elmo Saves the Day

    Diving the RMS Rhone

    Need image

    Creating Video: The WRONG Way

  • WHY?

  • 1. Purpose 2. Audience 3. Approach 4. Storyboard 5. Edit & Revise 6. Script & Materials 7. Practice 8. Record 9. Review/Edit 10. Disseminate

    Planning Steps

  • Why Create Video vs. Finding Video

  • Why Create Video vs. Finding Video

    • Personal Connection

  • Why Create Video vs. Finding Video

    • Personal Connection

    • Customization / Individualization

  • Why Create Video vs. Finding Video

    • Personal Connection

    • Customization

    • Local Context

  • Why Create Video vs. Finding Video

    • Personal Connection

    • Individualization

    • Local Context

    • Speed

  • Let’s Make a Video

  • Purpose/Audience

    • Form a personal connection

    • SHORT Intro video

    • Manage expectations

    • Survey Tech Issues

    • (ESL) practice common intro

  • Structure (ESL) • Sound – tone, local accents

    • Facial expression, lip position

    • Body language/gestures

    = ‘Talking Head’

  • Storyboard

    Hello Name & I Teach

    And I…

  • Script Hello,

    my name is __________________

    I teach and I… _____________, ___________

  • Practice Hello,

    my name is __________________

    I teach and I… _____________, ___________

  • Record! • Choose Actor and Camera operator

    • 2 minutes to make video

    • Return to room

    • Reflect on the process (and result)

  • Reflections

    • What surprised you? Or stood out?

    • Is it OK? Need to redo?

    • Anything you would change? (to better meet need/purpose)

    • Thoughts on the process?

  • Planning is KEY

  • 1. Purpose 2. Audience 3. Approach

    Planning is KEY

  • How LONG should it be?

  • How LONG should it be?

    2 to 5 min The ideal length for instructional screencast videos by Ellis Pratt

    http://www.cherryleaf.com/blog/2013/11/the-ideal-length-for-instructional-screencast-videos/

  • How LONG should it be?

    2 to 5 min shorter is better!

  • What is the CRITICAL INFORMATION?

    Focused

    (or chunked)

  • FAIL!

  • Audience Needs

  • Instructional Purpose • Set – activate prior knowledge?

    • Deliver key concept(s)?

    • Show range of examples?

    • Demonstrate process?

    • Provide practice?

    • Project instructions?

  • Structure What approach to use.

    Examples https://clee.utk.edu/avoi

    d-the-talking-head/

    https://clee.utk.edu/avoid-the-talking-head/

  • RIM Structure Recorded Instructional Multi-media

  • Most Compelling

  • Most Compelling ≠ Always BEST

  • RIM Formality • One-time or repeated use?

    • Topic: simple or complex?

    • Purpose?

    • Private or public?

  • 4. Storyboard Planning is KEY

  • 4. Storyboard 5. Edit & Revise 6. Script & Materials

    (Edit & Revise again)

    Planning is KEY

  • Planning is KEY 7. Practice

    PRACTICE PRACTICE!

  • Planning is KEY 7. Practice

    PRACTICE PRACTICE!

    But let yourself shine through – little mistakes are OK!

  • 8. Now CREATE!

    (2 copies)

  • 9. Review/Edit 10. Disseminate

    Planning is KEY

  • YOUR Rights! All Rights Reserved

    OR

  • Accommodations

  • How much TIME does this take?

  • 1. Purpose 2. Audience 3. Approach 4. Storyboard 5. Edit & Revise 6. Script & Materials 7. Practice 8. Record 9. Review/Edit 10. Disseminate

    Process Review

  • The BIG ideas 1. PLAN your RIM/Video 2. Match RIM to

    Purpose/Learner 3. Dare to create!

    (but keep it short!)

  • YOUR NEXT STEPS

  • Evaluations

  • Duren Thompson

  • OffLiberty http://offliberty.com/

    Downloading a video for viewing offline:

    http://offliberty.com/

  • Plan a Video CHOOSE ONE:

    1. There, they’re, their

    2. The water cycle

    3. Area vs perimeter

    4. The 3 branches of US government

    5. How to boil pasta

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