Student-Generated Curriculum Videos: Personal Finance Course - RIT/NTID Ronald D. Dodge Memorial Faculty Grant Presentation
Michael (Mike) Kane, principal lecturer, NTID Business Studies
Charles (Isaac Coleman), online program support specialist, NTID Online Learning Initiatives
Philip Pham, graduate student, RIT College of Art and Design (CAD)
Michael (Mike) Kane and Linda Bryant, co-principal investigators of the RIT/NTID Ronald D. Dodge faculty grant, along with many others, produced instructional videos related to personal finance; those videos are also utilized as formative assessment tools in Panopto (available in myCourses). Crucial to the success of this grant is the breadth and width of its student-centeredness. With the exception of the provision of access services, everything was produced by RIT/NTID students. NTID Personal Finance (NACC-130) students decided on the video topics, researched the topics and then used them as the basis for the video scripts. NTID Business Studies students were recruited as actors. An RIT/NTID College of Art and Design (CAD) graduate student videotaped the actors. All of the videos were edited by an NTID staffer who is also enrolled at RIT’s Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences. In this presentation, we will share a playlist of those videos, insights and opportunities.
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