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Date: March 3rd, 2010
Submitted By: Ayesha Ambreen   -   Web Site: www.vidizmo.com

Webinar: Interactive Video in Education

VIDIZMO.COM, a new corporate NAMTC member, is offering a webinar on the use of interactive video in education. Webinar dates are March 16 and March 30, 3:00-4:00 EST. Please see additional information below.

Webinar Title - Using Interactive Video in Education

Registration URL: http://www.vidizmo.com/register

Video is quickly becoming a ubiquitous means of rapid and highly effective education. Interactive video in an e-learning system allows pro-active and random access to video content and written material.
Studies have shown that the value of video for learning effectiveness is contingent upon the provision of interactivity. Students in the e-learning environment that provided interactive video achieved significantly better learning performance and a higher level of learner satisfaction than those in other settings.In this webinar, we will discuss how to engage students by creating interactive video presentations for learning and homework assignments.

Please join us in this webinar to learn…

1) How to create interactive video presentations for education and learning
2) How to use video mash-ups to enhance learning
3) How to recording classroom lectures for on-demand interactive learning

Speaker:

David Kaminski http://www.ccsd.edu/north/tvstudio/contact.html
Title: Teacher, Instructor, Technology coordinator, In-Charge TV Studio
Institution: Clarkstown High School North , Dominican College

Speaker Bio:

David Kaminski is a 20-year veteran in education: as an English instructor in colleges, prisons, and public school for seven years, and now 13 years as TV Studio Coordinator and Technology Facilitator. He has experienced the evolution from chalk, to the floppy disk, to HD. His students’ videos have won more than 50 awards (among them eight Telly Awards and two Cine Golden Eagle Awards) and have screened more than 200 times nationally and internationally. He is a member of state and national film and television organizations, (SMPTE-NY, NATAS, and others) and he has served as an advisor, judge, and committee member. He has written for Studentfilmmakers Magazine, been a speaker for national webinars on video in the classroom, is an advocate of youth media, and he is a producer for “In the Mix,” which airs on PBS. As additional activities in 2010, he is coordinating film screenings in Rockland County, NY for an arts grant; teaching in a Master's program in Media Education at a local college; and using Vidizmo to bridge the gap between education and new technologies.

Schedule:

Session 1: Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 from 3-4 PM EST
Session 2: Tuesday, March 30th, 2010 from 3-4 PM EST

For additional information contact: Ayesha.ambreen@softechww.com