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Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
Presentation Bett2012 Klaus Rummler
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  • 1. Learning with shared Videos Learner-generated videos and community platform specific solutions for at-risk learners Workshop: The role of classroom practice in improving opportunities for at-risk learners Klaus Rummler University of Bremen London, 11 January 2012 MirandaNet Fellowship, Achievement for All @ BETT Show 2012, Olympia, London
  • 2. Adolescents use Video
  • 3. Adolescents have access to Cameras Mobiles with Cam Compact Cam Camcorder DSLR System-Cam
  • 4. At-Risk learners in Europe <ul><li>Consider at-risk learners as a lifestyle segment characterised by passively facing risks and actively risky behaviour
  • 5. Risk groups identified by PISA studies (= boys, migration backgrouds)
  • 6. NEET & NET ( N ot in E ducation, E mployment or T raining)
  • 7. Marginalised groups, digital divide, socio-economic inequality, ... </li></ul>
  • 8. Specific for At-Risk learners Patterns of media usage – Opportunities for Media Education
  • 9. Online video platforms like YouTube and their archived, user-generated & shared videos do provide meaning and have impact and implications for adolescents' formal and informal learning.
  • 10. Platform solution „Draufhaber.tv“ <ul>The online video community for young learners <li>«Draufhaber»: he/she’s got it; having a dab hand at something
  • 11. Aimed at learners at the transition from school to vocational education.
  • 12. Share resources, present skills & expertises,
  • 13. Shoot and edit videos: </li><ul><li>Show mastery of skills and crafting (performance videos),
  • 14. Explain them to others (instructional videos),
  • 15. Tools for video editing and annotating (create re-mixes). </li></ul></ul>
  • 16. Preferred video genres for School learning Results from our Survey <ul><li>Subjects: Biology, Physics, Economy, Politics, English, Geography, Chemistry and Maths
  • 17. 62% of the pupils use videos to prepare for exams, presentations and papers
  • 18. Subject-matters: photosynthesis, nitrogen cycle, chromosomes, immunology, atom power, ... </li></ul>
  • 19. Teachers encourage the use of videos for preparation Theachers foster the bridging of Everyday-life and school
  • 20. Draufhaber.tv – Groups
  • 21. END

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