The Efficacy of Screencasting Technology in the Classroom.
Fancett-Stooks, Daniel J.
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Subjectscreencasting technology; classroom technology; repository of lessons; instructional setting; instructional technology; lesson development; curriculum
A study that investigates the efficacy of screencasts. As a tool used for instruction, screencasting can be significant in reaching out to broader ranges of learners in the classroom. Through the utilization of the screencast, the teacher can work towards compartmentalizing instruction and create a repository of lessons. This repository of screencasts can assist in present and future curriculum and lesson development. By having these screencasts available to the student, the teacher can provide a more one-toone instructional setting that will help raise the comprehension and understanding of the content that is being demonstrated.