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Wednesday, November 11 • 7:30pm - 7:30pm
Utilizing Video Tutorials and Improvised Techniques in Online Lab Courses

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Since COVID-19 forced all classes to move to an online format last April, many faculty were faced with a dilemma. However, the most challenging classes to move online were labs or hands-on courses. Video tutorials are an obvious strategy to walk students through steps and provide cues to successfully perform required tasks. However, challenges may arise, such as students having limited resources or a lack of equipment to complete the activity, or they may not have a lab partner or volunteer to help them demonstrate the desired skill. The presentation will include video tutorials that were piloted in online classes Spring and Summer 2020. Featured tutorials take into account the limitations that students may have when learning from home. The presentation will feature various video tutorials incorporated into two courses with a hands-on component. The tutorials were used in a CPR/First Aid class and a Human Expression in Martial Arts course. However, the strategiess may be adapted to fit various courses with labs and/or hands-on components.

Learning Outcomes: Participants will learn strategies for adapting labs and hands-on courses when they move to an online format. Featured tutorials incorporate improvised equipment to minimize costs. The presentation will feature various video tutorials incorporated into two courses with a hands-on component.

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Natalie Stickney

Assistant Professor, Georgia State Perimeter College
I am an Assistant Professor at Georgia State Perimeter College.  I teach in the Kinesiology and Health department.  In 2019, along with a colleague I received a grant to create affordable content for the CPR/First Aid class I teach.  This will be the main focus of my presentat... Read More →


Wednesday November 11, 2020 7:30pm - 7:30pm EST
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