Video production as a pedagogical tool for 21st century learners
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SubjectAlternative assesment methods; Educational technology; Pedagogy; Student engagement; Teacher Education; Video Production
This document and accompanying hour-long documentary video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5cghA6zWQg looks at the efficacy of the video production process as a teaching and learning tool with pre-service teachers as an alternative to writing traditional papers. The research shows that integration of a TV news-story format and easy-to-use Cloud-based and tablet-based technologies present solutions to challenges reported in past research and encourage pre-service teachers to incorporate the technique in their future classroom. It is the journey students experience when creating the TV news-story that provides pedagogical benefits to learners as they research subject matter; interview those directly involved with the issue; visit locations; see the issue first hand; and synthesize the material into a short succinct two-minute TV news-story. This research demonstrates there is a significant increase in student engagement in the subject matter and willingness to integrate video as a learning tool in their future classrooms.
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