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FR03 - Energizing Your Classroom Lectures with Student/Author Course Videos 
October 19, 2012   8:30am - 9:45am
Total Credits:
0.10 CH  
  Synced Audio / Video / Slides

Fall semester is full of energy, and what better way to transfer that energy to our students than by bringing our lectures to life. In the fall of 2009, Dave Ellis, author of the well-known and widely used “Becoming A Master Student” textbook, visited the campus of Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, NC, to film short videos for use with each chapter of his textbook in which students from CPCC were asked to share their personal experiences. Dave created twelve short video segments related to the BAMS textbook, and used those videos as a way to introduce each chapter of the textbook to students in the classroom and online. “Students In Action” videos were created ranging from students’ experiences with time management to testimonies of the benefits of the Muscle Reading process. These short videos have enhanced classroom lectures by providing an additional method of course content delivery for instructors.

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