Video Testimonial: Why Use Video in Teaching and Learning

Anna Sabramowicz climbs over 7,000ft. above sea level to the top of Black Tusk in British Columbia to show the power that video can have on students.

From the mountain top, Anna delivers this inspiring message of how students can learn from experiences documented on video by educators and other students.

As Anna points out on her YouTube page:

Capturing and sharing knowledge highlights the immediacy and relevance of e-learning and video in the classroom.

Practical applications:
– An instructor of geology can shoot a video while on an excursion – sharing with students the same day
– A student can access learning modules in the actual environment they are studying – instead of stuck in a classroom.

e-Learning and sharing gives students the opportunity to connect with information in-the-moment, and at their own pace.

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