Good practices

Good Practices

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Good Practices

Members of UM teaching staff explain how they embed video into their curriculum.

They talk about feedback clips, pen casts, travel vlogs, student generated clips, expert videos, flipping the classroom and other innovative ways to enrich the PBL classroom with video.

 

Good practices by UM teaching staff

How UM teachers successfully use video in their courses

Watch their stories and be inspired!

Roy Erkens (FHS) on travel vlogs

Roy Erkens (FHS) on travel vlogs

Mr. Dr. Sjoerd Claessens LL.M. (LAW) on feedback pen cast videos

Mr. Dr. Sjoerd Claessens LL.M. (LAW) on feedback pen cast videos

Dr. Bram Akkermans LL.M. (LAW) on feedback clips and vlogs

Dr. Bram Akkermans LL.M. (LAW) on feedback clips and vlogs

Dr. Gisèle Bosse (FASoS) on student generated clips

Dr. Gisèle Bosse (FASoS) on student generated clips

Sjoke Merk (SBE) on knowledge clips

Sjoke Merk (SBE) on knowledge clips

Sandra Mulkens (FPN) on anamnesis training videos

Sandra Mulkens (FPN) on anamnesis training videos

Dr. Nynke de Jong (FHML) on recorded expert mini-lectures

Dr. Nynke de Jong (FHML) on recorded expert mini-lectures
 
 

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Good practices: video in education

The key to a successful use of video in education is a proper alignment with learning goals, activities, and assessment.  A few examples of activities that may be coupled with videos are: group discussions; mind maps on the viewed video content; an assessment during or after video, either for a grade or for self-evaluation or to consolidate knowledge; an assignment following the video.

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