ClickView flips learning on its head with interactive videos

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ClickView flips learning on its head with interactive videos

Challenge for video learning

The biggest road block to showing videos to a class, whether it is a kindergarten or year 12 class, is maintaining student engagement. It can’t be monitored, it wastes valuable class time and it is difficult to prevent.

We recognised this as a challenge for our schools worldwide and have come up with a solution.

Introducing interactive videos

ClickView Interactive Videos come with built-in questions and additional resources. Whilst watching students will be presented with questions about the video content and are encouraged to answer them before continuing, making them a valuable formative assessment tool. Not only do our interactive videos increase the need for students to engage with the information presented, but they break up watching time. This encourages them to think, learn, understand and question further, not just watch and switch off.

Recent studies have observed that “student engagement” is more than a single concept. [1] It relies on the students’ motivation to learn, their participation in discussion and classwork, their understanding of academic concepts and how much they interact with classmates and teachers.

Flipped learning with ClickView
ClickView Interactive Videos are the perfect opportunity to start flipping your classroom.

Increase student engagement

Recent studies have observed that “student engagement” is more than a single concept. [1] It relies on the students’ motivation to learn, their participation in discussion and classwork, their understanding of academic concepts and how much they interact with classmates and teachers.

ClickView Interactive Videos touch on each of these: The video content is lively and interesting, providing motivation for the student. Teachers can look at the answers given by students and alter lesson plans based on their class’ understanding. Students can also watch videos at home before coming to class, encouraging a flipped classroom where they have more time to interact with their students and teachers in class.

See it for yourself

These videos are included as part of your ClickView subscription. If you are not a ClickView customer, feel free to request a demo and we would be more than happy to come to your school and show you how our interactive videos can help improve learning outcomes.

 

[1] Henrie, Curtis R; Halverson, Lisa R; Graham, Charles R.Measuring student engagement in technology-mediated learning: A Review[2015] Computers & Education Journal 1 December 2015, Volume 90, p36-53

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