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Digital video assets for use in early childhood education, teacher professional development, child care training and specials needs staff developmentEnrich your computer-based and online training. Digital rights are now available for forty-five award-winning video training programs. Include EdPro videos in your coursework,...
Digital video assets for use in early childhood education, teacher professional development, child care training and specials needs staff development
Enrich your computer-based and online training. Digital rights are now available for forty-five award-winning video training programs. Include EdPro videos in your coursework, PowerPoint presentations, streaming, distance education and computer-based trainings.
Whereas the short videos were useful in determining what product to buy, there was little in the way of instructional use. However, there were several examples of good teaching and effective instruction.
The web page lacked user information as to what to expect. There were no directions and the learner had to navigate the site through trial and error.
Time spent reviewing site:
2 years ago
The video on language learning started out very well. It was clear, well spoken and engaging. The unfortunate part of the site was that it became a sales pitch for a particular curriculum. Students could benefit from watching the beginning of the video clips, but the sales pitch detracts from the material really being user friendly by students.