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Hayd
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3/28/2016 1:49:55 AM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/27/2016 6:16:50 PM, UUU wrote:
Can a video help a student more than a teacher to learn ?

It depends on the concept. Theres not an objective answer in that a) there are strengths and weaknesses b) different kinds of learning

A teacher can take questions, work individually with a student, talk to them about the specfific "part" of the lesson they are confused on, they can explain it a different way. A video can give better visuals, literally show a movie on whats happening, has music, special effects, etc. Thats why it can be used better as a review after the lesson the teacher taught.
NothingSpecial99
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3/28/2016 3:44:51 AM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/27/2016 6:16:50 PM, UUU wrote:
Can a video help a student more than a teacher to learn ?

Depends on the video and the teacher
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4/13/2016 10:40:53 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 3/27/2016 6:16:50 PM, UUU wrote:
Can a video help a student more than a teacher to learn ?

No because you can't ask a video questions, and you may fall asleep without any repremand.
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4/20/2016 10:46:05 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
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MattTheDreamer
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4/20/2016 11:32:13 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 3/27/2016 6:16:50 PM, UUU wrote:
Can a video help a student more than a teacher to learn ?

A Video and a Teacher in my opinion serve two different purposes. A video is for the simple outline of concepts and teachings while a teacher is for the intricate details, the explanations of concepts in far more detail than in the video. I'd say neither can help more than the other and the best mix is when both are used in conjunction to teach concepts to the class.

Overall, I'd say a teacher is probably better. Teachers can answer questions and resolve issues with students 1 to 1 while you do not have the ability to question the content of a video. Teachers, at least the teachers I know at school, use teaching time to gauge concepts students struggle on as well as ones students find relatively easy. This means precious class time can be used to reinforce any shaky foundation in the teaching.

Videos can be useful for revision purposes, the outlining of concepts usually puts it in very simple terms that make them easy to remember, however does not go into true detail and leaves that either for teaching in class or the memory of the students.