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I rather agree with Buffy, put simply, my argument is that a more collaborative approach does bear more fruit. Especially if the goal is to show understanding of concepts and a how to put them into practice to solve a common problem. Rather than focusing on an individual’s response, see how they interact and problem-solve in a team utilising all the ...


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If we look at the world of movies. We see that long single takes (cut less scenes) are rear and often talked about. There are hard to do, and slow down the pace of a movie. Consider recording in smaller slices. Next consider that mistakes can improve teaching. If you show your students that you also make mistakes, then you can improve their confidence. When ...


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OBS Studio fills your description. It is not the easiest program to use, but you can find plenty of tutorials on YouTube. While rewinding the recording again might seem appealing, it is very common to find out more errors after you complete the recording. In that case, you need a better video editor. OBS studio might be enough, but shotcut is your best bet.


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If you don't mind skipping your own face, your easiest, cheapest option is probably PowerPoint itself. PowerPoint allows you to record audio (and animations) for each slide, set up timing for the next slide to start automatically, and export the entire thing as a video. I'm not aware of any product that both fits criteria 1 (free) and criteria 3 (video of ...


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