Online learning in higher education is growing, but attrition is high due to a lack of interactivity and persistence as compared with traditional face-to-face courses (Croxton, 2014, p. 314; Ertmer et al., 2007; Lehman & Conceição, 2014). Lecture capture has been a popular, yet passive, method for delivering content (EDUCAUSE, 2020). Moreover, creating interactive content can be time consuming and software can be expensive, complex and complicated to learn.<br><br>H5P was created by a community of educators interested in making interactivity in online learning easy and openly available (Joubel, 2020). In particular, H5P Interactive Video is an approachable solution for educators who want to transform a passive video viewing into an active learning experience. Educators can create asynchronous lessons for students to complete at their own pace, and these lessons can then prepare students for class conversations, critical thinking exercises, and formal assessments.<br><br>This webinar workshop is designed with the teacher in mind. Alignment of H5P with Bloom’s Taxonomy, the ISTE Standards, and the Triple E Framework will be addressed. Also, H5P features such as the navigation hotspot, adaptive multiple choice, assessments using H5P, and branching case studies will be showcased. At the completion of the webinar, educators should be able to use H5P to add interactivity to video lessons.
|State||Published - Oct 26 2020|
|Event||Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Interactive 2020 Online Conference - Online|
Duration: Oct 26 2020 → Oct 26 2020