Video recording lectures: blending the quarantini

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Jones, M. and Sharples, N. 2020. Video recording lectures: blending the quarantini. TALMO Workshop: Student Engagement and Interaction. Online 03 Sep 2020
TitleVideo recording lectures: blending the quarantini
AuthorsJones, M. and Sharples, N.
Abstract

The Middlesex Maths team have been using iPads to record hundreds of hours of lectures (live, on campus) since October 2018. When our campus closed due to Covid this infrastructure and experience meant we could swiftly adapt to on-line learning, ensuring our students didn't miss a single lecture and were taught in a familiar way.
In this presentation Matthew Jones and Nick Sharples will share their experiences with lecturing maths at levels 4-7 through iPads, the extra challenges of delivering live lectures remotely, and how these challenges have informed their plans of a blended learning approach starting in October.
We cover:
How to survive the video-editing workload
How to breach the digital-divide
How to encourage remote engagement.

LanguageEnglish
ConferenceTALMO Workshop: Student Engagement and Interaction
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Print03 Sep 2020
Online07 Sep 2020
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Deposited21 May 2021
Accepted14 Jul 2020
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)http://talmo.uk/slides/Sharples.pdf
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