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M&L Webinar: Defining Video Pedagogy and activating interaction

M&L Webinar: Defining Video Pedagogy and activating interaction

Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 15:00 - 16:00

M&L webinar: Defining Video Pedagogy and activating interaction



Thursday 19 May 2016 - 15.00 CEST 

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Many people argue that video has a huge potential in terms of learner engagement, that by including quizzes and opportunities for interaction through video it is much easier to involve learners even in remote learning contexts. During this webinar we will be discussing this topic and sharing good practice on learner engaging as well as attempting to define different types of video pedagogies.


Blair Stevenson, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland


Blair Stevenson (PhD in Education) is a lecturer and strategic adviser at the School of Vocational Teacher Education at the Oulu University of Applied Sciences in Finland. His current role includes work as a teacher trainer in topics such as educational psychology, global education and pedagogical use of technology in teaching, and work on program development teams in the areas of educational product design, video pedagogy and virtual learning ecosystems. His research work and publications focus on multidisciplinary approaches to the interface between teaching, culture and technology. Since 2005, Blair also has been Managing Director of an educational consulting firm based in Canada focusing on educational evaluation and research.


Jörn Loviscach, Fachhochschule Bielefeld, Germany


Jörn Loviscach is a professor of technical mathematics and computer engineering at Fachhochschule Bielefeld (University of Applied Sciences) in Bielefeld, Germany. In the German-speaking countries, Jörn Loviscach is well-known for his YouTube channel with thousands of videos on mathematics, computer science and related topics as well as talks on education and e-learning. Addressing an English-speaking audience, his massive open online course (MOOC) titled “Differential Equations in Action” went online on Udacity in 2012.




Sally Reynolds, ATiT, Belgium


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