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educational videos enhance online learning
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5 Ways in which educational videos enhance online learning

E-learning

Whether complementing or replacing lectures, video can help students who don’t have enough time to digest a long text or want to deepen their knowledge. It also allows them to understand even the most complex topics in a dynamic way and enables them to rewatch any explanation they couldn’t fully grasp.

best videos on the future of education
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The very best videos on the future of education

Teachers

YouTube may be a rabbit-hole of clickable memes and fun compilations, but it’s also home to some essential watching for teachers and parents looking to understand not only key EdTech trends, but also the nuances of current K12 and higher education debates. So check out the very best videos on the future of education I could find:

video-based learning
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Video-based learning: Why it works [Part 2]

E-learning

Last week we began an in-depth exploration of why video-based learning works from a cognitive, psychological and learning theory point of view. Today we will look at specific pitfalls of creating multimedia and video-based learning content based on principles extracted by Prof. Mayer from his many, many experiments in his cognitive psychology lab. So read on to find out more!

video-based learning
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Video-based learning: Why it works [Part 1]

E-learning

In my previous blog post, I discussed some of the initial steps teachers need to take in order to flip their classrooms. One of those steps is getting comfortable with video. Today I’m going to explore not so much the “what” and “how” of this powerful e-learning tool, but the “why”.

video and the 4 Cs
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How to use video to teach the 4Cs of education

Teachers

The 4Cs are a wonderful mnemonic that help teachers keep their eyes on the greater goal of educating children and young people that are able to think for themselves, and who can clearly communicate their needs and ideas. Video is a medium that students understand and for the most part love working with – they are surrounded by it daily. It is therefore a great way to develop the 4Cs in an engaging and effective way.

Video is a key teaching tool for the flipped classroom
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Why video is a key teaching tool for the flipped classroom

Flipped Classroom

Video is a key teaching tool for the flipped classroom because it can bring many aspects of the course material to life, in a way that is multi-sensory, impactful and readily remembered. Check out four things to keep in mind when creating videos for a flipped learning environment and also a few video editing options. Will you give video a try?

video learning
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3 Tips for rocking your classroom with video learning

E-learning, K-12, Teachers

Video learning can help educators to keep students engaged in the learning process so they can acquire mastery faster and learn on a deeper level. It will be always easier to learn new concepts through demonstrations and videos than solely through text and oral explanation.

interactive videos in the classroom
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The impact of interactive videos in the classroom

E-learning, K-12, Teachers

The use of interactive videos in the classroom promises a lot — higher engagement rates, better retention rates, a more exciting learning experience — thanks to it including the biological characteristics of the short attention span and the high level of energy children have. However, it is still far from being the norm in online learning, and especially in most schools.

Why flipping the classroom just makes sense
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Why flipping the classroom just makes sense

Flipped Classroom

The flipped classroom is a highly effective teaching method for students learning online, providing them with the freedom to access learning materials and study independently, while still benefiting from live teacher support.

Overcoming the challenges of online learning for students with disabilities
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Overcoming the challenges of online learning for students with disabilities

Students

The past year has been difficult for many students, but especially for those living with disabilities. Teachers and parents can best help them overcome the challenges of online learning by communicating about their ongoing needs and working to obtain appropriate accommodations, as well as maintaining students’ wellness.

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