Welcome to Living Life on Camera! I am dedicated to helping educators and office workers become confident and effective communicators when presenting on camera. Whether you're delivering virtual lessons or conducting virtual meetings, I will provide you with the techniques that you need to make a positive impression.
Are you comfortable when you are on camera? If not, I will teach you techniques so that you feel perfectly natural on camera.
My goal is to teach by using videos to encourage, inspire, and prepare virtual workers, teachers, and students, through an online learning environment.
The curriculum is designed to help you to communicate effectively on camera.
Curriculum and eLearning are two distinct concepts, although they are related in the context of education and training.
Curriculum refers to the overall set of learning goals, objectives, and content that students are expected to learn in a given course, program, or educational institution. It includes the syllabus, textbooks, lesson plans, and teaching methods used to impart knowledge and skills to students. Curriculum is usually designed by educational experts and is often based on specific learning standards or guidelines.
On the other hand, eLearning refers to the use of electronic media and technology to deliver educational content and facilitate learning. It can include a wide range of digital tools, such as online courses, webinars, videos, simulations, and games. eLearning can be delivered in various formats, such as self-paced modules, instructor-led sessions, or a combination of both. It is designed to make learning more accessible and convenient, especially for those who cannot attend traditional classroom settings.
Therefore, while curriculum focuses on what students need to learn, eLearning focuses on how they learn. Curriculum outlines the specific learning objectives and materials, while eLearning provides a means to deliver those materials using digital technology. Curriculum can be delivered through various mediums, including eLearning, but eLearning can also be used to deliver other types of learning materials beyond the curriculum.
Suzann Thibodeaux, Ph.D., teaches using proven videos with solid andragogical techniques. She has mastered the art of virtual courses by creating lessons to engage her co-workers and students in the art of online classroom learning.