Integrating Video Into the Teaching and Learning Environment

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Integrating Video into the Teaching and Learning Environment :

Integrating Video into the Teaching and Learning Environment EME6507 University of Central Florida

Agenda:

Agenda Overview Benefits Drawbacks Learning Tools and Instructional Strategies Common Development Tools

Overview:

Overview Ubiquitous Good for “ auditory ” and “ visual ” learners Engages students Most effective as an enhancement to a lesson Should be used along with other material. Types of uses: Student-centered Teacher-centered

Student-centered uses: Benefits:

Student-centered uses: Benefits Develops higher order thinking skills Analytical Problem Solving Research Logic Planning Process thinking

Student-centered uses: Benefits:

Student-centered uses: Benefits Personal and Social Skills Creativity Ownership Leadership skills Cooperative Learning Improved self esteem Motivational

Student-centered uses: Benefits:

Student-centered uses: Benefits Raises awareness Family Social issues Self community

Teacher-centered uses: Advantages:

Teacher-centered uses: Advantages Provides a common experience for all students Generates interest Offers a different perspective on or another approach to a topic Connects students with a faraway place Abstract ideas Promotes critical viewing skills.

Drawbacks:

Drawbacks Time intensive Equipment issues Planning issues Can be a chaotic learning environment Technical “ know how ” Expensive

Teacher-Centered Uses of Video in the Classroom:

Teacher-Centered Uses of Video in the Classroom Source of information Situations impossible to reproduce in classroom Modeling Demonstrate process Information storage system   historical event Assembling visual and audio information “ package ” various media Magnification medium Emphasize details Introduction   Stimulate interest, provide overview Stimulus for discussion

Before using:

Before using Preview Review/develop related print and/or web materials Determine whether you will use the entire video or only relevant segments Prepare the classroom environment and video equipment Stimulate students pre-existing knowledge

During viewing:

During viewing Give students a focused viewing assignment. Use one short segment at a time and direct the learning experience. Encourage student awareness of production values and techniques Use “ pause ” A second viewing Without the sound Closed-captioning

After viewing:

After viewing Provide some sort of “ after viewing ” activity.

Examples of Video:

Examples of Video American Field Guide Hurricane Lesson Plan

Resources:

Resources Digital Video in the Classroom Video Classroom Video Ideas Theodosakis, N. (2001). The Director in the Classroom: How Filmmaking Inspires Learning . San Diego, CA:Tech4Learning Publishing.

Video Development Tools:

Video Development Tools Adobe Premier Final Cut Pro Final Cut Express iMovie Windows Movie Maker 2.1 Camtasia

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