Yesterday, I had the pleasure to attend the webinar Creating Video Tutorials to Support Student Growth, which was hosted by TCEA.
The featured speaker for the webinar was Dr. Katie Alaniz, assistant professor of education and the director of online learning and professional development in the College of Education Behavioral Sciences at Houston Baptist University.
Dr. Alaniz shared an excellent resource that spotlights the power of video modeling, including supporting research; teachers as video creators; social stories, which are personalized vignettes that star a student and provide him/her insights into the social aspects of life; technology-enhanced anticipatory sets, which utilize music, images, and questions to spur student curiosity; and an entire section highlighting the benefits of allowing students to be the video creators.
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