Visit the MIT BLOSSOMS website at http://blossoms.mit.edu/
This "Tips" video describes the process of making a BLOSSOMS learning
video for high school math and science classes. It explains how to
adapt a lesson to the BLOSSOMS "interactive" pedagogy and offers
suggestions on ways to make your video lesson more interesting and
compelling to high school classes. Since making this video, it has
been learned that no segment of a BLOSSOMS video lesson should be
longer than 4 minutes, and most should be 2 or 3 minutes in length.
See the original video and more on MIT TechTV - http://techtv.mit.edu/videos/5288
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