Keep Them Short
Research shows that students do not engage with online lecture content in the same way as they do face-to-face lectures.
Shorter and single concept videos of 6 minutes or less are much more effective learning tools than long lectures.
Don’t exaggerate or include unwanted details in educational videos.
Students tend to learn better from a coherent summary
Use pictures and visual data to explain a concept while you narrate.
Students learn better when they have multiple inputs from which to IF create different mental models and build connections .
Write An Outline Or Script
Your project starts with pre-production, not production, so write an outline or script for your lecture or scene.
Planning the video out with a script or outline will save a lot of time during filming and post-production.
Link Your Videos To Activities
Ensure students actually watch the videos and provide them with consolidation opportunities by linking the viewing of the video with a follow-up activity, like a short quiz.
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