Zara’s pick of the most useful resources she found in the move to all-online learning.
Techniques to engage students with your audio and video recordings
Combat performance anxiety and make voice speed, projection, diction and inflection work for you.
Nathan Hart (Biology) shares his intensive approach to student communication this year and his own learnings about iLearn – in-between filming experiments on crickets on his kitchen table.
Spotlight on practice – The essentials of online learning: flexibility, genuine care … and a cat – Phil Chappell
Phil Chappell (Linguistics) tells of the importance of showing genuine concern for students and how he redesigned his unit to handle any situation!
Vocal and breathing exercises to warm up your voice so you can record effective online teaching materials and ensure you don’t damage your most important instrument!
If you are nervous about recording yourself on camera, then watch this video for some practical tips.
A series of short videos providing practical strategies for improving your online recordings