Best Practices for Using Video in Classrooms
Larry Ferlazzo with Dr. Rebecca Alber, Ken Halla, and Jason Griffith
Video can be a powerful teaching tool when done well. In this segment, we explore the do’s and don’ts for using video in the classroom.
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December 22, 2017 Classroom Q & A
Dr. Rebecca Alber is a professor in the education department at UCLA where she trains secondary English teachers. A former high school English teacher, Rebecca is a reading specialist, and a writer and consulting editor at Edutopia. Ken Halla is the eLearning Coordinator for the 10th largest school district in the US. He is the author of Deeper Learning Through Technology: Using the Cloud to Individualize Instruction. Jason Griffith is a PhD Candidate in English Education at Arizona State University and the author of From Me to We: Using Narrative Nonfiction to Broaden Student Perspectives from Routledge.
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