Learning online requires the access to videos and demonstrations that illustrate complex concepts in an effective manner. In this video, the purpose is to introduce the learner in a Anatomy and Physiology course to the Cardiovascular System.
Notice the precise script used to explain concepts as assets are presented using a 3D (360 degree) model.
Presenting data can be challenging, that is why the use of animation to illustrate boring data is highly effective. The key is to focus and maintain the attention of the learner or viewer long enough to reach the conclusion.
Since we process and remember images more than we encode words or symbols, this animated illustration is effective and will likely be retrieved in the future with almost no delay.
I created this video to be used as a promotional demonstration for online learning at the United States Sports Academy. USSA is completely online and offers Certificates, Certifications, Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate degrees in the field of Sport.
USSA is fullly accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. They offer programs in both the United States and onsite certification in China, Thailand, Indonesia, Bahrain, and UAE.
GIVE ME 2 MINUTES
A fast paced back and forth between faculty at the United States Sports Academy. Dr.s Bret Simmermacher, Brandon Spradley and Fred Cromartie were responsible for recording over 100 episodes devoted to the “point-counter point” approach to discussing issues of the day.
This original content was utilized in online courses to provide current material enhancing existing instruction.
I created this video to be used as a promotional video for the Finnish developed FasciaMethod® Certification Program. Two Finnish Physiotherapists - Anne Puranen and Viivi Kettukangas were the subject matter experts and appeared in all of the instructional videos.
For a rapid development, multiple assets were purchased from elements.envato.com and compiled using Adobe After Effects.
Working with a team of Physiotherapists in Finland, I was able to help build an online certification program using the proprietary FasciaMethod. This brief video illustrates how each module was created and delivered to prepare Sports Therapists and Medical team members in assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and maintenance.
PROOF OF CONCEPTS
In 2007, I developed the concept of microlectures using a deconstruction approach to traditional lectures. In 2009, the Chronicle of Higher Education featured these lectures in a cover story [ Shieh, D. (2009). These lectures are gone in 60 seconds. Chronicle of Higher Education, 55(26), A1,A13. ] and have gone on to be implemented internationally.
This video is a proof of concept showing how the microlecture and the associated assignments can be presented in one video.
COURSE UPGRADE PROJECT
From mid-2017 till late late-2020, thBe USSA undertook the process of upgrading ALL 189 courses offered through Continuing Education, the Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate level Sports Management and ALL specialty programs.
The upgrade incorporated an essentialist approach by helping learing focus attention on a basic (five) group of concepts that are/were considered by the subject matter experts to be essential for optimal learning success.
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