21st century show and tell

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A DEFT case study with Dinnington Comprehensive, Rotherham

About. Pupils from Y7 work together to create OERs in the form of short instructional videos on a topic of their choice and upload them to YouTube. The particular technologies covered by this case study are: photography, digital recording and video editing.

Pedagogical content. This cross curricula(i) case study focusses on Digital Literacy, in particular using E-skills(i) to: support skills in writing/recording for a target audience and to improve communication and research skills through the process of creating OER(i)s. The case study illustrates issues involved in the use of video(i) for educational purposes, with an emphasis on students producing and releasing OERs. The method could also be used for self/peer assessment(i) with pupils.

One of the lesson ideas from the case study is available as a separate resource at Creating Instructional Videos.

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Resource details
Title 21st century show and tell
Topic Digital Media
Learning Objectives

To create instructional videos

Format / structure

Case study

Subject
Age of students / grade

KS3

Additional Resources/material needed

Cameras, Video Cameras

Useful information

This case study was conducted by Dinnington Comprehensive School in Rotherham, in conjunction with Jo Lawson and Chris Welch.

Related ORBIT Wiki Resources

One of the lesson ideas from the case study is available as a separate resource at Creating Instructional Videos

Files and resources to view and download
Acknowledgement

DEFT