Recording teaching sessions
A recorded teaching session can provide real opportunities for improving your teaching practice, especially if you share it with colleagues in a quality circle or improvement group where you all watch each others recordings to review and reflect upon them.
This module looks at some of the practical considerations you need to address for a successful outcome.
This module will help you to reflect on and share your teaching sessions by recording them.
Record and review your teaching sessions
After completing this module you will
- select appropriate digital tools to record teaching sessions for review and reflection
- identify opportunities and platforms for sharing recorded sessions between colleagues in order to improve professional practice
Digital Teaching Professional Framework
This module covers the DTPF component - A2 : Designing and adapting activities
- Adapt and edit existing digital resources, where permitted.
- Combine and mix existing digital resources or parts of them, where permitted.
- Create new digital educational resources.
- Jointly create with others digital educational resources.
- Consider the specific learning objective, context, teaching approach, and learner group, when adapting or creating digital learning resources.
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Great module, I especially liked the idea of a quality circle to get other staff members involved Report this review
Was a bit sceptical about the online/video call at first, but could actually be a powerful tool for quality circles/'teaching triangles' and the like. Report this review
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