Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Using interactive video for learning

1,705 views

Published on

If you have never used interactive video in teaching, now it is time. Interactive videos are great tools whether you teach online or in the classroom experimenting with blended learning. For more edtech & elearning tips you can visit my website www.didemyesil.com

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

Using interactive video for learning

  1. 1. USING INTERACTIVE VIDEO FOR LEARNING DIDEM YESIL, MA WWW.DIDEMYESIL.COM TIPS ON EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY & E-LEARNING
  2. 2. enhance learner engagement are more fun to watch increase video completion rates Interactive videos are great tools for e-learning and blended learning because they
  3. 3. HERE ARE 7 TYPES OF INTERACTIVITY & SUGGESTED WEB 2.0 TOOLS YOU CAN USE FOR EACH TYPE EASTWAYUNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
  4. 4. INSERTING QUESTIONS You can integrate open-ended, multiple choice or true/false type questions into your video using tools such as: 01 www.zaption.com www.edpuzzle.com www.hapyak.com www.playposit.com
  5. 5. GIVING FEEDBACK www.playposit.com allows you to customise your feedback after a question is answered wrongly. This helps learners reflect on their answers and find the correct one themselves without you telling them which is the right anwer. If you produce your own videos, Camtasia allows you to create in-video quizzes and when they give an incorrect answer it directs learners to the exact point in the video where the topic of the question is mentioned. 2
  6. 6. IN- VIDEO LINKS By integrating web links to your video, you create different types of media tags in the video, which makes the content richer. Learners can click the tags when they need more information. You can do this via www.ThingLink.com www.WireWax.com 3
  7. 7. VIDEO DISCUSSIONS www.vialogues.com (video + dialogue) helps you create video-based discussions that include time-coded, hyperlinked comments. You can post comments, polls, and surveys to scaffold video content. Vialogues is the tool you need for this. 4
  8. 8. VIDEO NOTES You can add audio-notes anywhere in the video and customise it based on your learning objectives. You can do it by recording your voice and let it appear wherever you want in the video. www.edpuzzle.com 5
  9. 9. VIDEO CHAPTERS If this is a long video which is a bit harder to follow, then you can use www.hapyak.com to break it into chapters. By naming each chapter and allowing learners to choose where they want to go in the video, you make your content easier to absorb. 6
  10. 10. TAKING NOTES www.videonot.es and www.moocnote.com allow for note- taking while watching the video. Learners can take notes that link back to the appropriate place in the videos and go back to their notes when they want. 7
  11. 11. AN INTERACTIVE VIDEO EXAMPLE EASTWAYUNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Creating and Selecting Appropriate Visual Displays https://www.zaption.com/lessons/5603fb49725a6bac14b3636c
  12. 12. EASTWAYUNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES If you have not used interactive videos yet, now it is TIME! WWW.DIDEMYESIL.COM TIPS ON EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY & E-LEARNING

×