Teaching online, also known as e-learning, refers to the delivery of education through many digital and cloud-based means. This form of teaching is essential in recent years due to advances in technology and the need for flexibility in education.
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.
By the end the courses, my curriculum is designed to help you to communicate effectively on camera. I cover camera basics and advanced techniques.
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.
Lesson 1 - Virtual living is here to stay
Lesson 2 - Best practices
Lesson 3 - Environment basics
Lesson 4 - Preparing your computer
Lesson 5 - You, on camera
Lesson 6 - The props that you’ll need
Lesson 7 - Lighting is everything
Lesson 8 - What not to do
Lesson 9 - Making an outline
Lesson 10 - Become a natural
Lesson 1 - Your first class online
Lesson 2 - The mirror
Lesson 3 - The cameras
Lesson 4 - Helping students login and navigate
Lesson 5 - Keeping the class happy and busy while you work with individuals
Lesson 6 - When to mute
Lesson 7 - Chatting
Lesson 8 - File sharing
Lesson 9 - The whiteboard
Lesson 10 - Record the session
Lesson 1 - Classroom policies
Lesson 2 - How to teach online
Lesson 3 - Teaching information, concepts
Lesson 4 - Teaching hard skills
Lesson 5 - How to engage students
Lesson 6 - How to help students to learn
Lesson 7 - When to use breakout rooms
Lesson 8 - When to take breaks
Lesson 9 - When students don't join the class
Lesson 10 - Classroom control