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== Why Use Video in the Classroom? ==
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== Your first client meeting? ==
Teachers use video for a variety of reasons. "Video can breathe meaning and life into nearly any lesson." (Sparked)
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The first meeting with a new client sets the tone for all discussions moving forward. It is crucial that the client comes away from the first meeting with a strong comfort level that the event planner grasps all the ideas, concepts and the what is to be achieved from this meeting.
  
 
With the use of video, teachers can:
 
With the use of video, teachers can:
*Provide a common experience for all students
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*Make the customer feel comfortable and confident that they have selected your venue for their event
*Generate interest and stimulate imagination
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*Discuss the purpose of the meeting
*Offer a different perspective on or another approach to a topic
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*Review who will be the attendees of the meeting.
*Demonstrate abstract ideas
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*Review the budget that you will need to work with in
 
*Stimulate the development of critical thinking skills
 
*Stimulate the development of critical thinking skills
*Equalize educational opportunities
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*Determine the timing of all meetings and food and beverage
*Promote critical viewing skills and media awareness
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*Speakers/presenters (identifying, confirming, logistics & management)
*Provide visual representation to further understanding
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*Provide visual representation to further understanding the clients needs
  
 
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Some would say your job is to be a mind reader or perhaps have the power of reading a crystal ball.
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The truth is you have to be a super sleuth to extract all the important ideas and visions from your client.
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You have to be like Columbo and keep asking questions. The more questions you ask, the more details you will get when planning your event.
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== Lesson 1 Tasks ==
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*Read: [http://www.libraryvideo.com/articles/article26.asp''Using Educational Video in the Classroom: Theory, Research and Practice''] by Emily Cruse, M.Ed.
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==='''A client's Perspective'''===
*Watch: ''[http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?title=Utilizing_Streamed_and_Stored_Video_in_the_Classroom&video_id=12986 Utilizing Streamed and Stored Video in the Classroom]''
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For this section, you will listen to what an actual client feels is important when they are planning a meeting.
*Reflect upon how you think video can be used to enhance instruction in your current teaching practice.  
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*Report to the [[Camtasia Class Discussion Page]]. Under Unit 1: Lesson One, list some advantages of using video in the classroom that you feel most important and share with classmates one way you think you can personally use video to improve instruction.
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Please click the YouTube link below to learn how to listen to your client.
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*Watch [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hICM29KjPwY= How to start with the FIRST client] to learn how to import your pictures. After viewing this video, click the back button on your browser to return to this page and proceed to Lesson Two.
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== Lesson One Tasks ==
  
 
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Proceed to [[Unit 1: Lesson Two]]
 
Proceed to [[Unit 1: Lesson Two]]

Latest revision as of 04:43, 14 May 2015

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Your first client meeting?

The first meeting with a new client sets the tone for all discussions moving forward. It is crucial that the client comes away from the first meeting with a strong comfort level that the event planner grasps all the ideas, concepts and the what is to be achieved from this meeting.

With the use of video, teachers can:

  • Make the customer feel comfortable and confident that they have selected your venue for their event
  • Discuss the purpose of the meeting
  • Review who will be the attendees of the meeting.
  • Review the budget that you will need to work with in
  • Stimulate the development of critical thinking skills
  • Determine the timing of all meetings and food and beverage
  • Speakers/presenters (identifying, confirming, logistics & management)
  • Provide visual representation to further understanding the clients needs

Some would say your job is to be a mind reader or perhaps have the power of reading a crystal ball.

Crystal Ball.jpg

The truth is you have to be a super sleuth to extract all the important ideas and visions from your client.

You have to be like Columbo and keep asking questions. The more questions you ask, the more details you will get when planning your event.

Columbo perseverance.jpg



A client's Perspective

For this section, you will listen to what an actual client feels is important when they are planning a meeting.

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Please click the YouTube link below to learn how to listen to your client.

  • Watch How to start with the FIRST client to learn how to import your pictures. After viewing this video, click the back button on your browser to return to this page and proceed to Lesson Two.

Lesson One Tasks


Proceed to Unit 1: Lesson Two