Events | Teaching and learning workshop for Science teachers (TOP)
Teaching and learning workshop for science teachers
Using video to enable active learning
This full-day workshop, presented by Jeremy LeCornu is designed for science teachers who are keen to develop the skills and strategies to maximise opportunities for their students to engage in active learning through the use of video.
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When, where, and book tickets
Friday 28 February 2020
8.30 am – 4 pm
SACE Board of South Australia
60 Greenhill Road, Wayville
Morning tea and lunch provided.
Requirements: A laptop or tablet with camera is required for this workshop. Don’t forget to bring your power cord too.
What will I learn?
HEAR from an educator, who is successfully using this approach.
LEARN about the technology, planning and tools needed to comprehensively develop and implement active learning through video.
VIEW a range of example videos created by teachers.
APPLY your learning to create videos that will support your students to access content easily, engage naturally and achieve deeper learning.
The workshop will cover:
- the rationale and challenges in using video for active learning and bust-myths around this approach
- discussion of the Science as a Human Endeavour concepts and how video can be used to support students’ understanding
- video exemplars and recommendations on technology tools for immediate use
- hands-on video content creation and sharing
- strategies on providing content to students in effective and meaningful ways
- building interactivity into videos and recording student feedback
Workshop participants will have opportunities to network with their colleagues throughout the day and share their learning with each other.
Jeremy LeCornu is Assistant Principal – Innovation, Teaching and Learning at Seaview High School and experienced science educator. He is passionate about making curriculum accessible and providing learning opportunities which challenge and engage students.
Contact and further information
Questions? Contact Kiara Macartney-Clark.
The IEA is committed to supporting educators and is pleased to provide this opportunity. Like to hear about upcoming events, contact the IEA Team.