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Using Video as a Teaching Strategy

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Title:Using Video as a Teaching Strategy
Authors:Umetsu, Juli
Contributors:Menchaca, Michael (instructor)
Ho, Curtis (instructor)
Keywords:video, teaching strategy, YouTube, flipshare, camera
video, teaching strategy, YouTube, flipshare, camera
video, teaching strategy, YouTube, flipshare, camera
video, teaching strategy, YouTube, flipshare, camera
Date Issued:19 Apr 2011
Citation:Umetsu, J. (2011, April 19) Using Video as a Teaching Strategy. PowerPoint presented at the 16th Annual Technology, Colleges, and Community Worldwide Online Conference.
Abstract:The popularity of YouTube has been growing over the past decade. Educators and students in the 21st century have recognized YouTube as a resource for information gathering and dissemination. Due to the rigorous nature of the culinary curriculum at University of Hawai‘i Maui College, it is difficult for students to retain the large volume of knowledge presented. Therefore, the purpose of this Instructional Design project was to develop and evaluate a web-based training module to assist the UHMC culinary faculty on the use of Flip Video cameras to create videos of culinary demonstrations. These videos will then be shared with students via YouTube. The culinary demonstrations can then be loaded into Laulima, our course management system. Using Laulima will provide students easy access to the videos. The ability for students to watch and rewatch culinary demonstrations provides, in essence, an ‘Instructor on Demand’. After viewing the instructional design module, the survey results indicated positive attitudes by culinary instructors towards the use of video as a teaching strategy. Enthusiastic responses on using the Flip Video camera to record classroom demonstrations were recorded after instructors completed the module.
Pages/Duration:7 pages
Rights:Copyright is held by Juli Umetsu. Request permission for use.
Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives
Appears in Collections: ETEC 690, Spring 2011

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