Monday, February 21, 2011

Improving Hebrew Language Learning through Video - Final Report

The purpose of this project was to determine the value and efficacy of using student produced video as a means of making the learning of language and is vocalization more engaging to students. The video cameras used were of a new variety called by some, “flip” cameras. These are very small and fit easily in the hand and store their video in flash digital so there are not video tapes or other media involved. This simplicity is new and its impact on education is partially assessed in this study.

Here is the link to the project's final report. Comments are most welcome. -- David Mandel

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