Educational video: A literature based educational thinking tool for student and teacher production
Abstract: Ease of access to video recording and editing facilities are contributing to the volume of video materials created by students and teachers. Successfully capturing students’ or teachers’ educational ideas on video may be problematic as related books and research literature often do not address specific educational production needs or issues. How and where then should the educational video producer focus their attention in trying to create a video which both engages and attains its intended educational goals? This paper addresses this question by drawing on video production research and literature to create a framework, an educational thinking tool, for the production of video for educational purpose.
Presider: David Robins, Kent State University