Picture learning about the impacts of altitude on geology from a professor who’s demonstrating such effects on the Sierra Nevada. Now picture a professor in a car on the Autobahn discussing drag and friction. Now imagine reading about the same concepts from a traditional textbook probably using outdated examples.
Which scenario sounds like a more engaging learning experience?
We’ve been hearing a lot of talk on teaching with video, so we decided to explore the trend. After scouring peer-reviewed studies and personally administering over 400 student surveys, this is what we learned: