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Value Added Learning using Video

  1. 1. @MuireannOK Value Added Learning Using Video Muireann O’Keeffe @muireannOK https://openuplearning.wordpress.com/
  2. 2. @MuireannOK A question for you... Most of all….what do we remember from a learning experience?
  3. 3. They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel
  4. 4. @MuireannOK People, relationships, networks: Learning is a social experience
  5. 5. @MuireannOK Face-to-face teaching/ online learning
  6. 6. @MuireannOK My greatest fear! Hello, Is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me. Is there anyone at home? Lyrics- Pink Floyd, Comfortably numb
  7. 7. @MuireannOK There is an emotional intensity attached to the experience of learning that is often overlooked. • Isolation and anxiety can trigger disengagement • Emotion is central to student engagement • Enabling positive interaction important (Kahu et al, 2015)
  8. 8. @MuireannOK
  9. 9. @MuireannOK Designing social learning • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zv- _GCFdLdo
  10. 10. @MuireannOK Analysis of module activities Learner -> content Learner -> learner Need to develop: learner -> expert interaction 1 2 3
  11. 11. @MuireannOK Research: Video for Learning • Videos are better than just reading the material because it has more of that human element (Hibbert 2014) • Prefer videos to academic text (Chan, 2010), • Videos and audio clips are also excellent ways to engage the affective domain (Vinson 2013)
  12. 12. @MuireannOK Creating videos Responsive to a specific need Introduction to topic Activity Feedback No script – short notes One recording only No editing Short: 1 – 3 minutes
  13. 13. @MuireannOK Video for student-tutor interaction
  14. 14. @MuireannOK The tools!
  15. 15. @MuireannOK What did the students think of videos? 1 2 3 4 5 85% positive feedback
  16. 16. @MuireannOK They had a bigger impact than purely reading a passage of text or instructions.
  17. 17. @MuireannOK They help to create a sense that as learners, we were not alone. I plan to incorporate these into my own teaching, when possible.
  18. 18. @MuireannOK I found these increased interaction. More face to face interaction would have been difficult geographically, videos were a good gap bridge
  19. 19. @MuireannOK Criticisms • Reusable videos? • Should they be reusable? • Disposable learning objects!
  20. 20. @MuireannOK The path ahead….. Student generated video Future question: Can student generated video enhance the social and affective dimension of online learning?
  21. 21. @MuireannOK Thank you! Muireann O’Keeffe @muireannOK openuplearning.wordpress.com/ http://www.slideshare.net/muir31 Image via : @catherinecronin CC BY-NC-SA
  22. 22. @MuireannOK References • Chan (2010) Video instructions as support for beyond classroom learning. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences • Hibbert (2014) What Makes an Online Instructional Video Compelling? EDUCAUSE • Furth, H. G. Piaget for teachers. Englewood Cliffs , N.J. : Prentice- Hall, 1970 • Illeris (2002) The Three Dimensions of Learning: Contemporary Learning Theory in the Tension Field Between the Cognitive, the Emotional and the Social • Ljubojevic et al (2014) Using supplementary video in multimedia instruction as a teaching tool to increase efficiency of learning and quality of experience http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/1825

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