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Effective Full Course Delivery| 7min 28sec

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How do you effectively design and deliver lessons for full course delivery using videoconferencing. Teaching at a distance is different from teaching in a traditional classroom. What technical and pedagogical aspects need to be examined in order to ensure a valuable learning experience despite the physical distance? Video interviews with exemplar teachers and students provide valuable direction for those exploring this method of teaching.

Effective Use of Supportive Technologies | 5min 23sec

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How can using supportive technologies enhance student engagement in videoconferencing. VC alone is not enough. Through interviews with exemplar teachers and their students we hope to present new teachers with insights into creating a rich learning experience that will better engage students at a distance.

VC Best Practice Videos

Step by step videos dealing with best practices in a videoconference classroom.

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Videoconference Etiquette | 7min 55sec
Classroom Management | 12min 54sec
Professional Development | 12min 19sec
Student Engagement | 12min 56sec

VC Research Videos

These videos provide an overview of 5 Alberta school jurisdictions that were involved in a research community of practice to investigate emerging uses of videoconferencing in K-12 education. For further information please contact Stakeholder Technology Branch, Alberta Education (780) 427-9001 [toll free by dialing 310-0000 first].

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May 18th Videoconferencing Event, University of Lethbridge

Videoconference Seminar Introduction
Opening remarks to the videoconference seminar by the University of Lethbridge President, Bill Cade, Rick Mrazek, Trevor Woods and Dave Hinger.

Videoconference 101
Understanding the basics of videoconference etiquette and techniques - tips and tricks to develop better videoconferencing strategies.

Effective Environmental Setup
Integrating videoconference/technology with the classroom environment.


Videoconference Sessions: Feb 28th, 2005

Minister's Address
Minister of Education: The Honorable Gene Zwozdesky - Opening comments.

Research, Resources, and Professional Development to Support Videoconferencing
Overview of the videoconferencing resources available to support educational professionals.

What's Possible? Using Videoconferencing to Support Teaching, Learning, and Administration: Session 1
Glenn Johnson and Paulette Hanna explore the use of videoconferencing for teaching, learning and administration. The discussion also examines the use, benefits and results of videoconferencing technology.

What's Possible? Using Videoconferencing to Support Teaching, Learning, and Administration: Session 2
Rural jurisdiction perspective on how videconference technology affects teaching, learning and administration.

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 24 January 2011 22:53