These mini-video projects require students to engage with course concepts and make connections to the world in which we live. In doing so, students will need to work in groups to engage with course concepts to brainstorm, research, and creatively showcase their work.
Students work in teams to research and prepare 2-4 videos of less than 2.5 minutes each. Each video presents a real-world phenomenon (or technology) along with an explanation and connections to in-class learning.
This activity stems from a socio-constructivist approach and fits within the UDL guidelines allowing students multiple means of engagement, representation and expression.
The video projects are spaced throughout the semester, ideally following the completion of specific topics, encouraging students to engage with the topic while it is fresh in their memory.
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