Video is an engaging and relevant ways to draw learners in, diversify instruction and model skills. There are a variety of sources where you can find videos for teaching, and this page will give relevant strategies for teaching with video.
AKA the "Owl software," Faronics Insight lets you present on all screens and offer support in pre-configured labs. This guide aims to help you use this software in the Conestoga teaching context.
Many faculty at Conestoga are looking for ways to connect with their colleagues who use similar tech, offer their own experience using tech, or to hear about how they could be leveraging tech in new ways. Learn how to connect and share about tech for teaching.
Teaching in a lab is a unique experience. Many programs are technical and offer hands on experience working with software and apps, and time is spent developing solutions for real world problems. Take a look at some of the labs we have on campus. Labs typically are either: pre-configured, or BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). … Continue reading Presenting in Labs
Demonstration, kinaesthetic activity and modelling of behaviours are proven to deeply tie learning to memory. When embedded in teaching approaches, tools like interactive projectors (sometimes also called SMARTboards) greatly improve motivation, attention and behaviour
A relatively new presentation offering from Microsoft, Sway lets you build presentations as web content, rather than individual files.
Tried and true, PowerPoint has been the best known presentation software for the last 30 years. Its strength is often the familiarity we have with using it, and many other apps and services are based on its look and feel.
What are some general guidelines to follow when building presentations for teaching? Read more...
Often, people like to make videos showing how to do something on a device or laptop. Most devices make it easy to do short screen recordings, in a variety of ways.
Get started with building your own live action videos, with your own phone, tablet, laptop or camera. These tips were compiled collaboratively by the Online Learning Centre, Library Services and Teaching and Learning.