Lecture recording refers to the recording of a lecture, in which a video recording is made of the teacher and the materials shown on the data projector (such as Powerpoint slides, graphics, websites, etc.). The recordings are made available to students through the Blackboard course associated with the module. Access to others is possible only upon request and after consent from the lecturer.
Flipped Classroom is a model of teaching in which traditional lectures and homework are ‘reversed’ or ‘flipped’. Students are obliged to study part of the course content before coming to the lecture. Often, instructional content is delivered in the form of educational videos. These may have been especially recorded for the course, but also videos found on the internet can be used. This model will free up time during class for interaction and discussion between students and teacher or students among themselves.
Knowledge clips are educational video clips of short duration (just a few minutes). There are many variants, in which the teacher may or may not be shown. Graphics, texts, sound and video, animations, etc. may be shown in the video. Below is an example taken from the course Teaching Methodology and Second Language Development (by Merel Keijzer), recorded in the DIY-studio in the Harmonie building .
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