Not all students are experienced with learning through video. Think about textbooks: it takes years of experience to learn to navigate academic textbooks correctly, and new features and boxes are specific to some brands of textbooks. The same holds true with video. It can be highly beneficial to review how to use a video – including pausing, rewinding, and using time codes as “page numbers.” CSD Learns courses also include speed controls to slow down or speed up video playback.
4 Tips for Using CSD Learns for Deaf Education
CSD Learns suggests that teachers incorporate our videos into their courses in four separate ways: classroom mode, group mode, one-on-one mode and homework mode. These can be used depending on the teacher’s needs and objectives, the students’ need for differentiation, and more.
Classroom Mode Open CSD Learns (learns.csd.org) and sign in. Show videos to the classroom on a Smartboard for discussion or as a center of attention