This video is a guide to the A+ Certification on How to be a Computer Technician
Type of Material:
This resource is a useful tool for any educator, professional or student
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Identify Major Learning Goals:
The user will learn about the A+ certifications and the requirements necessary for passing the Certification as well as the best practices to be successful!
Target Student Population:
The targeted population consists of: High School, College General Ed, and College Lower Division.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
A basic knowledge of the internet, PC, and an understanding of the English language.
The YouTube video gives the viewer some brief information on the A+ certification. The Presenter is easy to understand and gives his personal credentials to support his experience in the IT field.
There is not enough information on how to pass the A+ certification or How to become a competent repair technician.
It's useful to understand who's the presenter and to hear about his background, however, that section could have been a little shorter. There is almost nothing about the actual A+ exam.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
This resource explained the author's credentials in detail but did not offer significant information on what was needed to pass the A+ certification
It's a great introduction but it could be shorter. More concentration on the actual A+ basics is needed (even as a segue into the rest of the videos). It's a nice "hook," and it should delve more on the topic.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
This is a good video and easy to understand. The sound is clear and the Presenter's voice is well modulated with enough excitement to keep the viewer engaged.
Great video-shorten the introduction a bit and dive into A+, or, at least, talk about it more instead of a standard introduction.
Scott is a consummate professional, however, the introduction is a bit long. The points are useful (what's in it for me adult learning principle). More time could be spent on starting A+ preparation discussion.
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