Teaching a live synchronous class via video requires very different best practices than either traditional or online.
Reported by EdSurge, Dr. Bonni Stachowiak of Vanguard University recommends best practices like recommending your students all turn their webcams and microphones on, and take advantage of the “live” format to incorporate student participation and group activities like online polls and breakouts.
The takeaway? Format matters, and changes what best-practice instruction should look like. So make sure you’re adjusting your instructional methods per the format of the course.
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