The 2nd World Conference on Blended Learning

April 26-28, 2017

Toronto, ON, Canada

George Brown College

Pre-conference Workshop 2:

Using video in face-to-face teaching practice

Audience: Novices and Intermediate

Teaching face-to-face classes, especially in courses that are strongly focussed on practice, calls for application of new techniques to assure that all students can pace their practice and have a chance to go back and review the material. Videos recorded during the lab session are amazing tool allowing the instructors to address those needs.

Tom Tsiliopoulos

Tom Tsiliopoulos

Centennial College

What will you learn in this workshop?

This is no lecture. You will be working hands on the whole time. If you’re new to video, you won’t get lost. If you’re intermediate or advanced, you won’t be bored as you will be given more challenging exercises to work on in class. You will be guided in the class and build your own sample video lecture. You will see how this video can be augmented with overlays and subtitles.

Tom will remain available to you to help you with your exercises throughout the conference and even after the workshop is over. Nowhere else will you get such a bang for your buck.

During this session, you will build a real eLearning lesson. In the process, you will learn to:

Please note: This class is designed as a hands-on session with hardware and software requirements: PC/Mac with wireless internet connectivity; Google/Youtube account; Headphones or Ear buds. A microphone is optional

Tom Tsiliopoulos

Tom Tsiliopoulos

Centennial College

Tom Tsiliopoulos is an innovative educator and software developer with more than 15 years of progressive performance coaching, technical and business expertise. A strong communicator, utilizing blended and online learning techniques to enhance the student experience. Known for project-based learning in Adult Education and a passion for positive results.