With many schools beginning the fall in remote or hybrid settings, we’re still thinking about digital teaching. Research on video filming techniques shows how your camera and editing choices impact student retention and understanding.
Later, we read about a new model for need-supportive teaching. Three essential elements build an engaging and productive classroom.
Finally, we reflect on the role of teacher judgement in that need-supportive model.
- First Segment – 01:48 – Video perspective and editing
- Second Segment – 21:24 – Needs-supportive teaching
- Third Segment – 37:49 – Teacher judgement in needs-supportive teaching
Image credit Greg Kerr of Wrong Room Productions
- Lights, camera, action: the role of editing and framing on the processing of filmed events
Joseph P. Magliano, Christopher A. Kurby, Thomas Ackerman, Sydney M. Garlitch & J. Mac Stewart (2020) Lights, camera, action: the role of editing and framing on the processing of filmed events, Journal of Cognitive Psychology, DOI: 10.1080/20445911.2020.1796685
- Need-supportive teaching and student engagement in the classroom: Comparing the additive, synergistic, and global contributions
Olivier, E., Galand, B., Morin, A. J. S., & Hospel, V. (2021). Need-supportive teaching and student engagement in the classroom: Comparing the additive, synergistic, and global contributions. Learning and Instruction, 71. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.learninstruc.2020.101389
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