I have previously mentioned that video and film in education are nothing new. But in recent years, digitalization has led to an explosive increase in the use of audiovisual learning materials of various kinds. There are those who claim that video is an overly passive teaching material, and it definitely can be. A video createdContinue reading “Just a video?”
Use Zoom, or equivalent, for livestream, smartphones to shoot with, and Camtasia for screen recording, video editing and subtitling! The result:
Think of the following: We have a group of students who listen to their teacher in the lecture hall and suddenly it gets completely dark, only the teacher’s voice is heard. Then shortly thereafter it becomes completely silent. The teacher has left the room, but the students are left there in the dark, waiting. AfterContinue reading “To stream or not to stream?”
In order to use digital learning materials, students need access to an adequate Internet speed, especially for educational videos. Keep that in mind when deciding what kind of material you provide for your students.
Are there any free video editing programs? It is a common question I often get.; but why should pedagogic tools for digital teaching be free? If Schools and Universities are serious about digitizing parts of their education, they must also provide their teachers with the proper tools. I often say that a decent video editing softwareContinue reading “Is it free?”