Using a Video-Based Syllabus for Self-Regulated LearningThe Office of Digital Learning Presents Teaching Innovations - Experiments from the SHU Classroom (2015)
The use of a video-based syllabus in a class, either on-ground or on-line, allows the instructor to clearly communicate elements of the course syllabus, review academic expectations, establish workload, explain assignments, and, ultimately, establish a tone for the semester, which will promote a learning environment.
- Course syllabus,
- Echo 360,
- Video instruction
Publication DateApril 22, 2015
Citation InformationGail Samdperil. "Using a Video-Based Syllabus for Self-Regulated Learning" The Office of Digital Learning Presents Teaching Innovations - Experiments from the SHU Classroom (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gail_samdperil/3/