Flip it: Upgrading the use of student and faculty videos

Kathryn Narciso, Chelsea Gill, Katelynn Sell

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In light of the unpredictable external changes impacting both higher education learning environments and the workforce, educators need to continually adjust and enhance their teaching approaches to effectively support and equip their students. The use of videos for learning is not a recent phenomenon; however, we believe that reevaluating how videos are utilized can assist in overcoming our present-day educational obstacles. Videos can be used to provide course content, assess knowledge and critical thinking, and build engagement. In this session, participants will learn various tools and techniques to upgrade their pedagogy with videos. The exercise will mimic a student’s experience with completing brief video-based assignments, as well as expose participants to how they could use videos for content sharing and building engagement.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2024
EventMOBTS Oceania - University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Duration: 30 Jan 20241 Feb 2024


ConferenceMOBTS Oceania
OtherMOBTS Oceania is a regional venture of the Management & Organizational Behavior Teaching Society that was established following a successful International MOBTS conference at University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand during February of 2020. With the growth of teaching-focuses research and training in the Oceania region (comprised of Australia, New Zealand, and the Micronesia, Melanesia, and Polynesia regions of the Pacific), alongside the growth of MOBTS, its journals, and its global reach, establishing MOBTS Oceania is the next step to fulfilling our organization's mission of enhancing teaching and learning across the management disciplines.
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