Leituras na Linha
1.º Encontro de Bibliotecas de Cascais
Casa das Histórias Paula Rego
28 e 29 de junho | 2018
No âmbito da implementação, em regime de experiência pedagógica, do Projeto de Autonomia e Flexibilidade Curricular (PAFC) nos ensinos básico e secundário, no ano letivo de 2017-2018, a Organização para a Cooperação e Desenvolvimento Económico (OCDE) procedeu à sua avaliação
O estudo elaborado pela OCDE apresenta uma análise da implementação do PAFC, baseada na informação recolhida nas visitas efetuadas a algumas escolas participantes no projeto, bem como nos princípios de conceção do currículo identificados pelo projeto OECD Education 2030. O estudo apresenta ainda os resultados preliminares da implementação do PAFC e emite algumas recomendações sobre a generalização da autonomia e flexibilidade curricular.
O documento pode ser consultado aqui.
There are many essential modern teacher skills needed in the classroom today. This is a list what are some of the most important and useful.
The Future of Education and Skills – 2030 by OECD
You will find below different types of training videos followed by the main advantages and drawbacks for each.
The introductory, or teaser, video can usually be found in an online course catalog or on a course homepage. They last on average between 1 minute 30 seconds and 2 minutes and aim to introduce course topics, goals and the team of instructors. The video should be attention grabbing and send a positive message to learners. They should be dynamic with rich examples, and not just interviews.
There are several ways to structure a course video: film a classroom session, film in studio conditions, or use voice overs. Whatever the format, all videos should be concise and should not exceed 8 to 10 minutes. They should be straight to the point and contain only key information, including examples, to better capture the learner’s attention. After 10 minutes, you risk losing your audience’s full attention.
Main Advantage: The learner feels as if they are “attending” a class.
Main Drawback: You do not fully control the classroom environment. Unforeseen issues (noise, power failure, etc.) could potentially undermine the video.
Main Advantage: You fully control the filming environment.
Main Drawback: Less “realistic”.
Main Advantage: Relatively low cost.
Main Drawback: Uninviting, lacks a human element.
A webinar is the only video done live and generally lasts between 30 minutes and 1 hour. Again, several formats can be used to meet different business needs:
Simply use your computer’s webcam. The main advantage is that it costs practically nothing. However, video quality can often leave something to be desired.
As described above, but with multiple camera. This set-up requires a live editing table and at least one cameraman. Again, you will need a high-quality Internet connection. Sound and image quality are excellent. The only drawback is that it is expensive.
As described above, but with multiple camera. With this set-up, there is no video, just your voice commenting slides. You can also use a graphics tablet, if needed. This format is not necessarily recommended because it is not very interactive and the main advantage of a webinar is to be able to see who is speaking.