YouTube in the Classroom: Presentation of C-SAP project

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These are the slides from my presentation about the C-SAP funded project, "YouTube in the Classroom". This was presented at edulearn 2011 in Barcelona on July 4th 2011

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  • Hoban, C. F., & van Ormer, E. B. (1951). Instructional film research 1918 -1950. New York: Arno Press & The New York Times.Snelson, C. and R. Perkins (2009). "From Silent Film to YouTube: Tracing the Historical Roots of Motion Picture Technologies in Education." Journal of Visual Literacy 28(1).
  • http://paleo-future.blogspot.com/2007/09/french-prints-show-year-2000-1910.html Used for a variety of reasonsGive list
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  • YouTube in the Classroom: Presentation of C-SAP project

    1. 1. in the Classroom <br />Nick Pearce<br />@drnickpearce<br />
    2. 2. Background<br />Project aims<br />Results<br />Opportunities<br />Challenges<br />Tips<br />
    3. 3. Background<br />Long history of audio visual material in class (Snelson and Perkins 2009)<br />“the effectiveness of films depends on how well their content is related to a specific instructional objective. There is nothing in a motion picture presentation, per se, that guarantees better learning” <br />(Hoban and van Ormer 1951)<br />
    4. 4.
    5. 5. Early strategies of teaching with film<br /><ul><li>Process overview
    6. 6. Initiate lesson
    7. 7. Topic survey
    8. 8. Demonstration
    9. 9. Speed up/ slow down
    10. 10. Visit dangerous or remote regions
    11. 11. Motion animation
    12. 12. Expert lecture
    13. 13. Micro cinema
    14. 14. Performance
    15. 15. Dramatization</li></li></ul><li>Modern opportunities<br /><ul><li>Computer simulation
    16. 16. Interactivity
    17. 17. User/ student created content</li></ul>What makes online video different?<br /><ul><li>Massive amount available
    18. 18. Freely, openly available</li></li></ul><li>Challenges from online video<br />Enormous amount<br />Quality control<br />Inappropriate content<br />Lack of control (e.g. advertising)<br />
    19. 19. Project aims<br />Investigate use of videos in teaching introductory sociology<br />Explore creating a playlist as a community resource<br />Look at practical issues (pedagogical, technological and legal)<br />
    20. 20. Method<br />3 focus groups (n=24)<br />External facilitator<br />Explored a range of issues<br />
    21. 21. Results<br />Thoughts on the use of class video<br />Acceptable use<br />Facilitated value<br />Recommended viewing<br />
    22. 22. Issues<br />Role of teacher<br />Establishing a benchmark<br />Diversity and Democracy<br />Social and sharing<br />
    23. 23. Tips<br /><ul><li>Integrate with rest of class
    24. 24. Pre / post questions
    25. 25. Explain where the video has come from
    26. 26. Explain why you’ve chosen it
    27. 27. Make easily available outside of class
    28. 28. Watch the length
    29. 29. Check the tech (sound etc.)
    30. 30. Involve students in finding new materials
    31. 31. Don’t forget non-online videos</li></li></ul><li>Next steps…<br />We’re presenting this project at conferences<br />Article/ Book chapter available on request<br />From August I’ll be starting SCORE fellowship.<br />
    32. 32. Questions?<br />

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