Provided by Todd Zakrajsek, Director, Faculty Center for Innovative Teaching (FaCIT), Central Michigan University. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Several examples available at:
[5 MINUTE VIDEO] "The Last Day of Class"
Need QuickTime or similar player.
To what extent is it useful to have this available as a 5-minute video recording?
vs. Audio recording?
vs. Text description?
Which combinations of video, audio, text, etc. and a possible face-to-face session would be especially useful? For which purposes?
List of main points from video presentation:
- Undergrad research possibilities
- Review syllabus
- Link course content to life
- Greet students by name
- Ask for student feedback
- Discuss what current students would write to students who take course next term
- Discuss next semester
- 3 most important things learned in course
- Describe what TEACHER has learned
- Self-addressed stamped envelopes for students - encourage later feedback
- Course-evaluation survey at BEGINNING of session
- Resist urge to cram in more topics
- Discuss purpose of course and hopes