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Thursday, July 25 • 2:35pm - 3:40pm
Making Video Instruction a Less Passive Experience

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Tools such as embedded quizzes, callout boxes and hotspots can be useful in creating a more interactive experience for students watching instructional videos. In this session, Stacey will explain what these tools are and how they can be applied to create a more engaged learning environment. Among the topics discussed will be how pre-assessments help set the tone for full-class discussion and aid in grouping students and how callout boxes and hotspots draw student attention to key concepts and provide a visual clue to important talking points.

In this session, you will learn:
• How self-assessment quizzes boost student productivity by providing feedback of comprehension and areas to review immediately
• How embedded quizzes provide teachers a quick snapshot of areas that need attention and one-on-one work
• How to help students flag essential concepts from the lecture using callout boxes and hotspots

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Stacey Roshan

Upper School Math Teacher, Bullis School
Stacey Roshan is an Upper School math teacher at Bullis School in Maryland. Having noticed the high levels of anxiety surrounding her students, Stacey realized that the traditional classroom does not provide the right tools in order for students to stay caught up and engaged with course material. Because of this, she decided to flip her AP Calculus class and has since applied an inverted model to her Honors Algebra 2 class.

Thursday July 25, 2013 2:35pm - 3:40pm
Statler - 2nd Floor

Attendees (30)