Real Words is a 3 minute film festival featuring the work English preservice teachers. The short films were produced from 300 word scripts that comprised major assessment components of the unit English Teaching Methods 3 in the Master of Teaching (Secondary) program.
Working with our team of screen industry and media training professionals you will learn how to create compelling content that introduces students to your subject or course, communicates teaching concepts or explains your area of research.
4 things to consider when using video and digital content to reach wider audiences (and how to get it right) – Part One
Have you ever told someone about a book and their reply was "I'll just watch the movie"? Reading is an important part of both learning and teaching, but as a communication platform it isn't always the most engaging. In this post, we explore some things to consider when using...
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Creating videos for your classes? Here's some tips for how to create effective welcome videos
Professor Andrew Jakobowicz talks about his use of the Green Screen in creating video content for student pre-class viewing