Episode 57: Teaching on Camera: Tips to Enhance Your Online Presence with Tatiana Rodriguez
In episode 57 of the Lecture Breakers podcast, we are talking about how to teach on camera and enhance your online presence. After all, how you present yourself when you are teaching online is a very important part of connecting with your students and being authentic to who you are as a teacher and the type of learning experience you want to create for your students.
Our guest today is Tatiana Rodriguez. She teaches public speaking at Rutgers and also owns a photography and video business where she teaches others how to create beautiful imagery and tell stories through photography and video.
The combination of Tatiana’s expertise in public speaking, video, and photography allows her to bring a very unique perspective to teaching online which is why I’m so excited to share this episode with you!
- What online presence is and why it is important in teaching.
- How to shift your mindset about video and teaching in front of a camera.
- How to face your fears, nervousness, and insecurities about being "camera ready."
- How to avoid overwhelming students with too many distractions.
What to consider when setting up your lighting, audio equipment, and camera.
- Learn more about Amy Cuddy's book: Presence*
- Learn more about Micheal and Amy Port's work on Heroic Public Speaking
- Learn more about Voicethread
- Learn more about Adobe Spark
- Learn more about Tatiana's work on her website.
- Connect with Tatiana on LinkedIn and Twitter page
- Subscribe to Tatiana's YouTube channel
- Learn more about Tatiana's photography and video business.
- Join the free Lecture Breakers Facebook group
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