PLAYFUL VIDEO PLAYGROUND
THE OVERALL PURPOSE & AIM
In the Playful video playground course module you will learn about different ways of using video in your teaching. You will learn how to produce your own video material and how to use existing video material for different pedagogical purposes. You will also be able to inspire your students to co-produce videos. When you have finished the module you will have a video playground of your own.
You will also know how to:
- use different online tools for producing, editing, uploading and sharing videos
- infuse playful elements in your teaching by using videos
- use flipped classroom as a learning method
Below you find a TED-talk by Salman Khan from Khan Academy (March 2011), who has been a pioneer reinventing education by using video. Get inspired by this forerunner and his TED-talk.
TED-TALK BY SALMAN KHAN FROM THE KHAN ACADEMY (20 min)
INTRODUCTION TO MODULE TEAM AND MODULE
The module "Playful Video Playground" has been developed by the project team of Åbo Akademi University and the Centre for lifelong learning.
OVERVIEW OF THE MODULE UNITS
In the following table, you will get an overview of the content in the different sections (SEE ONE, DO ONE, TEACH ONE, REMIX ONE and RECAP), an overview of the learning tasks and the expected learning outcomes of each section.
- Flipped classroom
- Why using video in teaching?
- Inspiring examples of using video material in teaching
- Reflection in your learning journal
You will be familiar with flipped classroom and different learning and teaching practices of using video in education.
You will know why it is useful to use video in your own teaching.
You have now had a short overview of the content of the playful video playground module. The next step is to start your own pedagogical journey by using video in a flexible way in your own teaching. Start the module with SEE ONE unit, where you will get a theoretical overview about educational videos and how the use of video material contribute to learning. You will be also introduced to how to create playful videos and how to assess existing ones.