Increase your students' interaction, motivation, attention, engagement, retention, and recall by incorporating different instructional media and educational strategies into your courses.
Instructional Methods- are compiled as: lecture, reading, audio-visual, demonstrations, discussion groups, practice by doing, and immediate use of the information being presented.
Below are the average learner retention rates for each instructional method:
||Average Retention Rate
|Practice by doing
Adapted from: Delivering Instruction to Adult Learners, by Jeffery A. Cantor. The Department of Educational Technologies and Services provides training for:
- Office 2007/Office 2010
- iclicker (audience response system)
- Adobe Camtasia/Camtasia Relay
- iTunes U
- Sympodium and Smart Board Software
Individual and small group consultations are available to faculty for instructional method and media support. Call the Educational Technologies and Services office for an appointment. MSB 1164, (251) 460-6317.
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Call the Educational Technologies and Services office for an individual or small group faculty consultation: (251) 460-6317.
Scheduling for video, audio, video conferencing, or any multi-media educational project: (251) 460-6318.
Dedicated server for faculty to upload lectures or other media rich instructional content for students.
Educational Technologies and Services provide support to a number of classrooms with teaching technologies. Some equipment is provided upon request while other rooms have dedicated fixed installations.
for a table showing rooms with dedicated equipment.
Medical Science Building(MSB): 460-7600, pager (251)425-2241
USAMC/Mastin: contact 471-7086 (0ffice); 425-2296 (pager); or at the control booth at USAMC Conference Room at 471-7376.