Making effective use of curated video content in the digital classroom

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Jonathan Swift, Managing editor of Education Today

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Video-Assisted Learning – Making effective use of curated video content in the digital classroom Approximately 70% of educators use video in the classroom multiple times per week. Finding appropriate, safe and curriculum-aligned videos can be time consuming, relying on multiple sources and video providers that may infringe copyright, contain inappropriate ads or be mis-aligned with the teacher’s needs. ViewSonic and BoClips have partnered to provide “myViewBoard Clips”, a Video-Assisted Learning platform that empowers educators with a curated library of videos. With subject and age-mapped videos accessible from inside the digital whiteboard, lesson activities and student worksheets can be enhanced with video content more easily than ever before. In the webinar we will be joined by Beth Denham, Product Manager for BoClips, and former teacher and education leader to discuss teaching and learning with videos. Matt Smith, EdTech Product Manager for Viewsonic will discuss how this novel platform can integrate with the digital whiteboard, to enhance preparing, presenting and participating in video-assisted lessons. We will also be joined by Paola Sagastuy, Faculty Leader for Languages at Ashford School, to explore how she uses curated video content in her MFL and ESL lessons.
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