Video Teaching Project
We are supporting a project designed to promote the use of short instructional videos in courses at Queens College, led by Joseph Cohen (Sociology).
Using instructional videos that students can watch on their own before class (a method known as “flipped teaching”) has benefits for both students and instructors, but the process can be daunting, because of training, equipment, and time demands on the instructor.
Through this project, we are exploring what it takes to build an affordable college facility to help instructors create instructional videos.
- Read more about the project
- View Phase One videos: basic training for Stata programming
- View Phase Two videos: for a course on research methods
- View Phase Three videos: more releases as the project continues
What is Flipped Teaching?