Teaching Using Digital Video in Secondary Schools OpenCourseWare: A Free Undergraduate Digital Media Teaching Class by The Open University

Published Feb 02, 2009

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Secondary schools teachers or undergraduate students in a Bachelor's degree in Education program can learn to benefit from the use of digital video in their classrooms through the free OpenCourseWare offered by The Open University. 'Teaching Using Digital Video in Secondary Schools' is an intermediate-level course instructing teachers on the benefits and use of these technologies.

Teaching Using Digital Video in Secondary Schools: Course Specifics

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Teaching Using Digital Video in Secondary Schools: Course Description

'Teaching Using Digital Video in Secondary Schools' instructs teachers on the use of digital video to increase student interest and motivation. The course also helps teachers to develop a wider range of learning styles and engage students who are otherwise uninterested. Course materials discuss the benefits of digital video technology, familiarize you with techniques and offer suggestions for integrating video into your curriculum. The course materials also include a checklist for the hardware and software needed to effectively teach the use of digital video technology. This intermediate-level course is geared toward teachers at the high school level and will take an estimated ten hours to complete.

The free course materials include online notes with supporting documents, activities, suggestions for further reading and a discussion forum. If you are interested in finding out more about this OpenCourseWare, visit the teaching using digital video in secondary schools course page.

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