Good time of day, Community! I think that I need some help from non-native English speakers....
Case: My verbal English is not perfect but enough to successfully manage projects for international companies and present results for management board.
So, I decided create my first e-learning analytics course in English. I thought this course would be beneficial for non-native English speakers.
But now (after app. half-year) I have:
- small number of enrollments for this course - only 40 students,
- most of them not start course yet;
- only 4 feedbacks (average = 4: 2 feedbacks = 5 (one with comment that my English sometimes not clear); 1 feedback = 4.5; and 1 feedback = 1). And student's feedback "1" is very strange - he watched only couple lectures and marked that course contain useful practical exercises, valuable info, clear explanation, exciting teaching and competent instructor....but put mark "1". I wrote question to this student and asked him to specify his comment - but didn't receive any answer...
In addition, other lectors with Russian and English version of course have multiple times much more students (at least x3) on English version. But I have significantly reverse situation...
Question: Can somebody from non-native English speakers (or your friends) listen couple minutes of my course video and give me clear advice about understanding my speech (and other aspects)? You can see video-speech example in attachment
. Many thanks!