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CENBASE Mobile Learning Workshop

Discussion of the use of Video at LSFC

Andy Greaves

on 4 June 2013

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Transcript of CENBASE Mobile Learning Workshop

Video & Education Case Study: Khan Academy Technological Trends Internet video accounts for 40% of all consumer Internet traffic, and will reach 62% by the end of 2015 (1) By 2015, mobile video will represent about 66% of the world’s mobile data traffic; mobile video will more than double every year between 2010 and 2015 (2) Emerging Video & Educational Philosophies Flip Thinking Just-in-time Learning Potential at LSFC "1 in 7 of us have a smartphone as number of owners passes ONE BILLION" (3) (1) Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI): Forecast and Methodology, Cisco, 2010-2015, June 1, 2011.
(2) Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI): Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, Cisco, 2010-2015. February 1, 2011. (3) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2220488/1-7-smartphone-number-owners-passes-ONE-BILLION.html Around 4000 'micro lecture' videos covering topics in Maths, Economics, Science, Computer Science and Humanities

Viewing figures suggest that Khan Academy has delivered 235 million lessons It would take over 6 million years to watch the amount of video that will cross global IP networks each month in 2016. (2) Blended Learning Combining various forms of learning technology with face-to-face teacher-led learning to produce an optimal learning outcome Encompassing any use of technology to leverage the learning in a classroom, so a teacher can spend more time interacting with students instead of lecturing

The student first studies a topic by themselves Tools that can help learners understand issues, acquire relevant information and solve complex issues by presenting supplementary information at the time of need or "on demand" Celebrating Great Practice Potential Limiting Factors Student accessibility to resources
Mobile ready?
Video quality
Tools to create content
Development time
Storage of content
Digital rights issues
Staff accessibility
Staff training
Intuitive tools Potential Opportunities Promoting independent learning
Interactive learning
Self-paced learning
Student engagement
Stretching high achievers
Supporting weaker students
Innovative assessments
Greater time spent on critical thinking
Utilizing technological advances
Learners’ proficiency with technology and affinity for video
Invites learning anywhere/everywhere Based on a sample survey of 600 students...
98% of students have a computer at home and have access to the internet
99% have a mobile phone
Around 90% of those phones can take good quality photo/videos and access the internet
51% already use their phones to watch videos Every computer in the college is equipped with windows movie maker ... Mobile Learning Why Use Mobile Devices in Teaching and Learning? - Accessibility to learning resources outside of lessons - Preparing students for life - should allow them to use the tools they'll use when they get there - In times of budgeting, using technology that is readily available is logical - Mobile devices are great for 21st Century skills (video, photo, blogging) - Teaching students responsible ways of using technology - Not locked down to one location Potential Limiting Factors - Student accessibility to "smart" phones - Multiple different types of devices (Apps!) - Battery life - Potential distraction - Barrier to learning? What can they be used for? - Student response in whole class teaching - Mobile tests/quizzes - Viewing video content - Quick referencing information - Taking photos - Student accessibility to a network/internet connection - Do students have sufficient credit/data plans? - Blogging - Creating revision materials - Viewing revision materials http://PollEverywhere.com http://socrative.com - Recording "lectures" with notes - Research - Organization Examples Let's make a video. - Groups of 4

- Top 5 take away thoughts for the day

- Make an intro video and then 1 video per "thought" and then edit together using the iMovie app CENBASE JTD 2013
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