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Using Video Effectively in the Classroom

So how do you get your students to tune in instead of just kicking back?
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When we show videos in class, we want our students to watch actively rather than passively: to comprehend, not just consume. We want our students to be active viewers.

But why stop at comprehension? Active viewing is great, but it isn't enough.

When it comes to video, students shouldn't just get it; they should also have something to say about it

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By Graphite from Common Sense Media



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