Creating effective video for education
A great way to enhance your teaching might be using storytelling in videos. For example, you could use videos to explain the complex or theoretical topics you deal with. You might implement them in your flipped classroom or give students the opportunity to watch them at their own pace outside of scheduled class time. They have the opportunity to watch and re-watch independently, increasing their time on task and allowing more time for class discussion and other projects when meeting your students.
|Date||To be arranged in consulation with the trainer|
|Target group||Teams of lecturers who would like to learn about applying video in education and in this way promoting active student learning|
|Study load||8 hours|
|Number of participants||Max. 20|
|Contact||Please contact the Staff Development team for more information.|
In this workshop, you will learn how to make a storyboard and a compelling video. You will bring in a topic or lesson plan for your own course that you want to work on. The workshop is divided into two parts: part one sees you working on a storyboard and in part two you will be recording and making the video.
We will focus on the following aspects:
- Desired length of videos
- Sequencing the content
- Recording yourselfChecking quality
|Last modified:||07 July 2020 11.47 a.m.|