Student stories: Experiences of pre-recorded video material in teaching
Welcome to a panel discussion with students on the topic of pre-recorded lectures. During this Lunch ‘n’ Learn, students will reflect on their perception of how teaching has been adapted according to pre-recorded material. They will share experiences and discuss approaches, tools for interaction, and participation—all parts of the flipped classroom. The session starts with Kamilla Andersson, a media educator, who will talk about an ongoing study on the subject.
Time: Wed 2022-05-18 12.15 - 13.00
Location: Online (Zoom)
Lecturer: Kamilla, Leah Eriksson, Tomas Nordström, Celine Helgesson Hallström, Eddie Nevander Hellström
The webinar will be held in Swedish and will be recorded.
Students' experiences of using video
This webinar is a panel discussion where students discuss and exchange experiences focused on pre-recorded teaching and video material. Participants will meet students who have different experiences of how pre-recorded material has been used in teaching.
Students will reflect on
- the teachers' use of video
- pedagogical benefits of pre-recorded video
- tools used to create engagement and interactivity.
The webinar concludes with a panel discussion on how they as students view the educational environment of the future.
This webinar is targeted at teachers and students who want to participate in, or contribute to, a discussion on the topic of video-related material.
Leah Eriksson, student.
Tomas Nordström, student.
Celine Helgesson Hallström, student.
Eddie Nevander Hellström, student.
Synchronous digital lectures versus recorded?
Kamilla Andersson will begin by presenting an ongoing study on the subject conducted by the DCU (Digital Course Development). The study relates to students' use of pre-recorded videos and their experience of synchronous digital lectures versus recorded ones. The study results aim to give teachers a guide on how they can design digital material for teaching to a new generation of students.