HSSE 'Brown Bag' Seminar  “Caught on Camera: Using Camtasia Studio in the Implementation of the Flipped Classroom Model for Humanities Education”

HSSE 'Brown Bag' Seminar “Caught on Camera: Using Camtasia Studio in the Implementation of the Flipped Classroom Model for Humanities Education”

Date & Time

23 October 2013, 00:00

Venue

NIE 3-02-27

Department

Humanities & Social Studies Education (HSSE)

Category

Conferences

Events Details

About the Topic

This seminar would be useful for participants who are interested to know how to effectively record, edit and upload their lectures online using Camtasia Studio. Following which, participants are introduced to how the recorded lectures are used as a component of the Flipped Classroom pedagogy and how it was incorporated into a History Lesson Plan. The benefits and disadvantages of the pedagogy would be highlighted before an evaluation of its overall effectiveness can be underlined.

About the Speakers

Omar Basri graduated with a First Class Honours from the National Institute of Education in 2012 and received the NTU Koh Boon Hwee Scholars’ Award, the Rotary Club 75th Anniversary Gold Medal Best Student Award and the Jurong Shipyard Book Prize. He is currently the Module Coordinator for the Integrated Humanities Core Module in NUS High School of Math & Science. He is also finishing his Masters in Southeast Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore.