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    1. 1. Using video to shift instruction and more … Debbie Tebovich Twitter: @datEnglish E-mail: This is a presentation for the 7th Virtual Round Table Web Conference
    2. 2. We will explore: o Why we use video in education o The affective and cognitive domains of instructional video o Learner’s productions o The importance of video in ESL education o Video to promote active learning o Design Thinking Process to face challenges in the ESL/EFL classroom o “Delivery Lesson Project”
    3. 3. Do you use video as part of your learning and teaching strategies?  Yes  No Poll questions 1
    4. 4. Do you make your own video material for your classes? a. Yes, often b. Yes, sometimes c. Not really 2
    5. 5. Do your learners make their own video productions? a. Yes b. No 3
    6. 6. What do we use video for?
    7. 7. What do we use video for? 1. As primary driver for self reflection 2. To track and document progress 3. In mentoring practice 4. To share messages with staff 5. To personalize learning 6. To have access to authentic material 7. To share tutorials 8. For Grammar instruction 9. For emergent needs 10.For project-based learning  student’s produced videos
    8. 8. Impact of video in Education Learner interacts with Video Content Retention Knowledge Transfer Engagement Affective Domain Cognitive Domain Source: Wainhouse Research
    9. 9. “…while watching a video may appear to be passive, it can involve the high cognitive activity necessary for active learning. Well-designed multimedia instructional messages can promote active cognitive processing in students, even when learners seem to be behaviorally inactive” -Mayer (2001-p. 19) The importance of video creative commons licensed (BY) flickr photo by Patrishe
    10. 10. Design Thinking in Action
    11. 11. Problem Statement: We, my learners and I, need to explore ways to deal with class cancellation, because they want and need to feel more confident in English, and I need to pay my bills.
    12. 12. Ideate MY FAVOURITE
    13. 13. Prototype & Test
    14. 14. What’s next?
    15. 15. RESOUCES
    16. 16. Thank you Let’s keep in touch! Twitter: @datEnglish Blog: Email: