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Everyone loves a good video. By bringing together visual, audio, and written texts, videos entertain and engage various learning types.
Prompt: Write a post about videos and/or that includes a video.
Here are some possible topics to help get you started:
- Write a post about any topic, but embed a video. Even better if you created the video!
- Discuss how videos have helped you engage students?
- How have videos helped you be a better educator?
- Share a story about a lesson that involves videos and how the students responded in ways you didn’t expect.
- Create a list of video clips that either provide educator professional development or help create lessons in the classroom.
- If you find incorporating videos difficult, discuss why you find them challenging.
9 thoughts on “Video Killed the Radio Star – #EdublogsClub Prompt 23”
Here is my latest! 🙂
I love your examples here, Melanie! You have given me some ideas too. I have left you a comment 🙂
I had a great time writing this blog article! I share a lesson that involves videos to engage and teach students, and I offer a list of the 5 videos–3 embedded (one of which I created) & 2 offsite from link images–so you can learn the same complex concept in only 14 minutes! Enjoy!
My blog includes an “inspiration” category and has a number of videos that inspire, both students and staff. Just go to my blog and click on “inspiration” and scroll through the videos.
Using Screencastify when you can’t be present https://readersbeadvised.wordpress.com/2017/06/10/videos-help-with-time-management/
Here’s my post… 2 Video Tool Recs http://gallaghertech.edublogs.org/2017/06/09/2-video-tool-recs-edublogsclub/
Here is my contribution to this week’s topic, an introduction to everything that is YouTube (http://wp.me/p5vNSR-RP).
Using a video to reference a previous EdublogsClub topic https://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/nina/2017/06/06/teaser/