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Building Community in Your Online Course - Introduction Video
Transcript of Building Community in Your Online Course - Introduction Video
Goal = Building Community
Humanizes your online course
Course Introduction Video
Step 2 -
Lets the students get to know you, see you and gain insight to your personality.
Keep it simple and short
Record from your IPhone or IPad
Basic Recording Tips
Why is building community important?
Step 10 -
Good frontal lighting
Keep it brief -3 minutes or less
Be mindful of the setting that appears behind you.
Speak clearly so you are audible.
Step 4 - Tell the students how to be successful in your course.
Step 9 -
Remind students that you are not the tech support person.
Let students know where to find support (student orientation).
Virtual Office Hours
Step 7 -
Post virtual office hours
Step 8 -
Save questions for virtual office hours
Expected response time
Ideas for Other Videos
Step 11 -
Overview of Assignments/Projects
How Students are Assessed
Step 6 -
Set clear expectations
Provide sample discussion board posts
Avoid "Dating" Your Video
Step 5 - Do not discuss dates or anything that will date the video, so you can use it again.
Step 1 - Build rapport and establish relationships
This practice promotes learning, engagement, and retention.
How to close the "distance" gap and build rapport in the online class
You can do this. You don't need an elaborate full production studio.
Step 3 - Give the students a feel for your personality. Feel free to film a short video where you enjoy spending time. (Ex. hiking, boating, fishing, reading, etc.)
TIPS FOR COURSE INTRO VIDEO
VIRTUAL OFFICE HOURS
Dr. Farmakis has extensive experience in professional development, distance learning, and online instructional design both in K-12 and higher education. She has presented at national and state conferences on professional development and online learning and recently published her ebook, iLearn: Tips and Tricks for Online Learners for students new to online learning.
Dr. Kaulbach is currently the Vice President of Academic Services for Academic Partnerships and also serves as faculty at Sarasota University. She conducts faculty workshops for professional development on topics ranging from effective online pedagogy, instructional design, how to increase student engagement through robust online course design, and teaching online with technology.
Dr. Kaulbach earned her B.A. In Elementary Education & Music, her MAED in Instructional Leadership, and her EdD is in Educational Leadership.
So how do teachers close the “distance” gap and build rapport
Close the “distance” gap and build rapport
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Record a sample introduction video