Using Video Lectures to Make Teaching More Interactive

Ronchetti, M.
June 2010
International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning;2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p45
Academic Journal
Having worked for a long time with video-lectures, we devised a new teaching model that makes use of the recorded videos to free the teacher from part of his work and allowing him to concentrate his efforts on a more effective and involving teaching strategy.


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