Developing a pedagogy using student-generated digital video: A case study of five schools
Project Member(s): Schuck, S.
Funding or Partner Organisation: Apple Computer Australia Pty Ltd (Apple Partnership Funding)
Start year: 2003
Summary: This project investigated the value and use of student-generated digital video for enhancing pedagogy in K-12 schools. It aimed to identify, examine and analyse pedagogical practices in relation to use of this technology in five case schools. A further aim was to articulate the principles, contexts and approaches underlying these practices. An understanding of the practices and approaches which enhance or constrain pedagogy in these five cases will contribute to a future larger study. Principles of good practice developed in this study will be used to inform future research on models for enhancing pedagogy with digital video in education.
Schuck, SR & Kearney, MD 2008, 'Classroom-based use of two educational technologies: A sociocultural perspective', Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE), vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 1-10.
Schuck, SR & Kearney, MD 2005, 'Teachers as producers, students as directors: why teachers use student-generated digital video in their classes', Proceedings of the Apple University Consortium Conference, Apple University Consortium Academic and Developers Conference, Apple Computer Australia, Hobart, Australia, pp. 1-13.
Kearney, MD & Schuck, SR 2004, 'Authentic learning through the use of digital video', 'Research, Reform, Realise the potential?' ACEC2004, Australasian Computing Education Conference, Australian Council for Computers in Education, Adelaide, Australia, pp. 1-7.
Schuck, SR & Kearney, MD 2004, 'Digital video as a tool in research projects: Zooming in on current issues', Proceedings of Ed-media 2004 World Conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications, Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, AACE, Lugano, Switzerland, pp. 2085-2092.
Kearney, MD & Schuck, SR 2003, 'Focus on pedagogy: the use of digital video and iMovie in K-12 schools', Proceedings of the Apple University consortium conference, Apple University Consortium Academic and Developers Conference, Apple Computer Australia, Adelaide, Australia, pp. 1-9.
FOR Codes: Educational Technology and Media, Teacher Education: Primary, Teacher Education: Secondary, Primary education, Secondary education, Higher education, Educational Technology and Computing, Kura Kaupapa Maori (Maori Primary Education)