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Learning outcomes of the course
The purpose of the course
Videos are present in a variety of ways in the everyday lives of students and teachers. Videos have become a natural way of communicating and presenting their own competences for an increasing number of people. Videos are also a versatile pedagogical tool for the students and teachers to utilise at different stages of the learning process.
During this course, you will become acquainted with a wide range of opportunities for utilising videos as part of the learning process. You will concretely go through the video production process so that in the future, you will be able to independently produce videos and plan learning assignments where students demonstrate their competences by means of video.
In this course you will develop your developmental skills, interaction skills and reflection skills.
Developmental skills refers to:
- Teachers’ ability to further develop their own and their organisation’s practices in collaboration with others.
- The ability to develop VET learning, working life and entrepreneurship at the regional, national and international levels by working in partner networks.
Interaction skills refers to:
- Teachers’ capacity to work in different interactive relationships and partner networks in an ethically sound manner.
Reflection skills means
- Teachers’ ability to recognise and critically assess their values, attitudes, ethical principles and work methods as a facilitator of learning.
The learning objectives of the course
You grasp the versatile opportunities for utilising video at different stages of the learning process. You understand the video production process, from scriptwriting to publishing and distribution. In your choices, you are capable of taking copyright into account.
This course consists of 3 parts.
In part 1, you become acquainted with the various ways of using video in teaching and mapping out video material that is suitable for your field. In addition, you will learn to implement a pedagogically well-reasoned interactive video.
In part 2, you will apply your previously learned skills in planning and implementing your own video, from scriptwriting and shooting up to publication.
In part 3, you will learn to prepare an assignment where the students will demonstrate their competences by means of video.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
basic computer skills and e-learning skills
Assessment criteria, passed/failed
The criteria for assessing the approved level are as follows
- You will learn to understand the video production process, from scriptwriting to publishing and distribution.
- You are capable of producing a pedagogical video independently, going through the aforementioned video production process.
- You grasp the versatile opportunities for utilising asynchronic video at different stages of the learning process.
- You are able to assess your own learning and competence in a relevant manner.