The changing use of video in teaching and learning

August 26, 2015
Webinar with Sally Reynolds “The changing use of video in teaching and learning”
Friday, 25 September 2015, 10:30am UK time. To see the recording: http://breeze01.uclan.ac.uk/p3i6wk3xwsj/
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The changing use of video in teaching and learning

During this presentation, Sally will talk about how and why video is increasingly seen as a useful teaching tool. She will trace the changes that are taking place in relation to the use of video for teaching and learning and provide several examples from different applications in different parts of Europe. Many of the examples she will show are based on entries received in the annual Medea Awards and she will use these examples as a way to highlight what can constitute excellence on the use of video for teaching and learning.

Sally’s Bio

Sally Reynolds is an Irish national with a background in remedial linguistics, Sally first worked in radio and television in Ireland as a presenter and producer for the national broadcaster, RTE. Since 1990, she has been working on technology enhanced learning projects in Ireland, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium. She is one of the founding directors of ATiT and has led dissemination actions for several large-scale projects including SAILS (SiS), ISE (PSP) and EMMA (PSP). She is an experienced trainer and her production background has equipped her with professional level skills which are combined with a specific know-how and experience in the technology supported learning field with a particular interest in video. She has organised courses for several years aimed at educators on the use of video for teaching and learning and is also one of the founding organisers of the annual MEDEA Awards. ATiT provides the secretariat for these awards as well as secretarial services for the new Media & Learning association, organisers of the annual Media & Learning conference in Brussels which has been taking place on an annual basis since 2010 with the Flemish Ministry of Education.

 

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