Add interactivity to video and transform learning into a collaborative experience.
What is Interactive Video?
The teacher sets a video assignment that encourages students to share their perspective by answering interactive practice moments and starting or participating in discussions in an active way.
Why is Interactive Video useful for learning?
Videos are a powerful way for students to understand and visualise concepts, yet, too often students are only passively consuming the content. By adding interactivity, deeper learning is enabled, as well as the possibility for deeper reflection on relevant topics. There is also a social element, so students can share knowledge in a fun and engaging way. There are many learning activities teachers can organise using this Interactive Video tool. Examples are:
- Discussion on statements put forward in the video
- Personalization of the video by skipping parts which are already understood
- Priming students thinking by asking questions that will be answered later
- Online discussion on the video content fuelled by participation grading