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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Website Why Video? MovieMaker Some of the information included in this infographic was adapted from the following sources: Twenty-five tips for using videoin the classroom Pixorial iMovie Animoto Deeper Understanding New territory Student CreatedProjects Instruction Introducing aConcept or Topic 1. Students remember information better when the see it2. Students understand what they see when they discuss or illustrate it3. Students can analyze the video by mapping out or debating what they learned4. Teachers can evaluate student understanding by pausing the video and asking students to predict the outcome5. Using video can accommodate a variety of learning styles and work levels Show WhatYou Know Where does Bloom fit? Scarpitta, Marisa. "Video in the Classroom." SlideShare, 19 Mar. 2012. Web. 14 Oct. 2013."Using Video in the Classroom." Synergy Broadcast Systems, 26 Feb. 2009. Web. 14 Oct. 2013. Video usage in today's classroom serves many different purposes. Long gone are the days of sitting back and popping in a tape. Check-out the different ways videos improve instruction & learning in today's classroom. Reinforcement 1. Create video tutorials to further understanding2. Student created videos provide the chance for the student to teach the content...One of the most effective ways to learn something is to teach it to others3. Involving more senses increases the chance of it "sticking"4. "Bringing in" experts on the topic through video can expose students to other perspectives5. Through video, you can go on a virtual field trip 1. Use a clip with errors and have your student explain how to fix the problem2. Student created projects3. Teacher created video with feedback for the student4. Student created video as a means of self-assessment5. Use clips instead of a written scenario for a constructed response prompt Assessment Formative &Summative 1. Students develop critical thinking skills2. Students express understanding of subject content 3. Helps students retain what they have learned4. Students utilize problem solving skills like organizing time and resources5. Students showcase their creativity and have some fun 1. Stimulate discussion2. Reinforce lecture/reading3. Provide a common base of knowledge4. Illustrate examples to develop understanding5. Connect to real examples
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