Storyboard for synchronous vs asynchronous video project

Storyboard for synchronous vs asynchronous video project

The following segments make up a 5-minute video clip.  Please leave comments on how I can improve on this project.

Time Activity
15 seconds Introduction to topic and host
15 seconds Framing the discussion around creating interactions, feedback, and building a community.
10 seconds Defining synchronous activities. Video contains a background of a synchronous learning environment.
10 seconds Defining asynchronous activities. Video contains a background of an asynchronous learning environment.
1 minute Voice over at least 5 benefits of synchronous learning, citing research.  Rotate video to illustrate benefits. (chemistry titration, flame test, observation of color changes due to pH levels, using a balance beam for skill display, reading a burette, sharing via group activity)
30 seconds Coaching an activity as an example.  State why this is a benefit using research.
1 minute Voice over at least 5 benefits of asynchronous learning, citing research.  Rotate video to illustrate benefits. (person reading assignment before making a discussion post [emphasize thinking], group now interacting online, MORE IDEAS FOR FILMING NEEDED)
30 seconds Tools to use to build asynchronous learning activities (types of blogs, wikis, adobe’s video collaborate feature, etc.).
30 seconds Set up an account to show how easy it is to use.
Remaining time. Summary of how the five benefits of each tie into the theme of creating interactions, feedback, and building a community.
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3 thoughts on “Storyboard for synchronous vs asynchronous video project

  1. It looks like you have a good plan. Maybe showing an example of someone, like yourself, responding to a discussion or blog for an actual class would be a good video.

  2. I noticed that you are looking for filming ideas regarding benefits of asynchronous learning. You could show a video clip of you or someone accessing their online class late at night in bed. This would portray how flexible asynchronous learning is. Also, if you can think of a way to show asynchronous is more student-centered. The learner takes on more responsibility, but allows them to have more control over their learning.
    Overall, I think your storyboard looks great! You may be able to get away with not showing how to set up an account. I suggest this because it actually may take away from what you are trying to enforce, and that is how the tools assist/benefit asynchronous learning.
    I look forward to seeing your final video!

    • Hi Mary,

      Great idea about demonstrating the flexibility of asynchronous classes. I definitely will have to implement that. As far as setting up an account, that is my filler material just in case I do not have sufficient material to meet the five minute mark. I planned on driving to the nearest university and compressing that time frame to a few seconds. Then, I get to login online to show how easy it is be a part of asynchronous classes.

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