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2018

Four Questions to Ask When Using YouTube in the Classroom

By Christopher Drew / February 20, 2018

With the rise of the flipped classroom concept, videos from platforms such as YouTube are increasingly being embedded in education courses. Teachers use videos they find online not only as stimulus materials, but also because they can explicitly teach concepts to learners. This article proposes teachers reflect on the pedagogical value of such videos before using them as educational materials. Based on constructivist principles that emphasize active learning and critical thinking, four simple questions are presented for teachers to ask about videos that are designed to explicitly teach before selecting them as tools that do teaching their courses. » [Full Article]
TYPE: DESIGN FOR LEARNING

Openness in Education and Digital Scholarship: An interview with Bonnie Stewart

By Aras Bozkurt, Suzan Koseoglu / February 6, 2018

Bonnie Stewart, a researcher at University of Prince Edward Island, Canada, sat down with eLearn Magazine to discuss openness in education, scholarship, and Antigonish 2.0. » [Full Article]
TYPE: INTERVIEW

Getting Serious about eLearning

By Clark N. Quinn / January 18, 2018

Are you ready to take eLearning to the next level? Do you want to be a part of meaningful eLearning? The Serious eLearning Manifesto is the first step forward. Clark Quinn provides an inside look at what led to the creation of the manifesto and how we can all be a part of the movement for serious eLearning. » [Full Article]
TYPE: OPINION