The Former TV presenter “Mahmood Shahriari” with daughter
There is a tendency to speed up presentation in a televised classroom. In a live two-way session, concentrate on interaction and remember that pauses, questions, and discussion are as appropriate in the televised environment as in a conventional classroom. Pauses are even more important in this environment to give students time to respond if they are using push-to-talk microphones. It has been said that ninety percent of communication happens in the face and eyes. To establish eye contact with remote participants, you must look into the camera. By “teaching to the camera,” often you treat the distant participant as part of the total class.