Official name of the project: 3V - Veni, Video, Vici
Duration of the project: 3.11.2021 - 30.6.2023
Project coordinator: VAMK
Funding: Finnish National Agency for Education
Budget: 65 000 €
Contact person in VAMK:
Päivi Rajala, Principal Lecturer (School of Business)
tel. +358 207 663 566, email@example.com
RDI platform: Smart City
Digital technology is a central part of modern life, and its rapid development changes the implementation and organization of both teaching and learning. Due to social changes, the ways of teaching have changed in every field and educational level, and teachers are required to know how to use digital technology. In the future, self-development at work will take place through continuous learning, and the sharing of one’s own competence and knowledge will be equalized and globalized as a result. The most important tool of this development is communication, and its most important tool is video. The idea of the project is to train teaching staff to cope with the challenges of todays and future work by managing the use of a digital work tool, video. The common theme is accessibility and the needs of different learners and the opportunities to be involved.
The goal of the project is to increase the knowledge and skills of teachers and instructors for use in secondary education. The goal is for teachers and instructors to learn how to design and produce video-based teaching material in teaching, and to share knowledge with learners using this. In addition to this, the project aims to increase teachers’ motivation in producing their own video-based teaching materials and sharing video production methods with learners.
The scope of the training is 10 credits, and the training is organized three times. The duration of one implementation is about four months. The goal is 36×10 credits=360 credits. The result is that educational videos will gain more relevance among teaching methods in the future. Also, the video production skills of the participants and the production of teaching material as videos will become easier as their video shooting skills increase.
As a project, learners produce teaching material related to their own work to be distributed to students. The project will be organized on a project-based basis as approximately four months of training at three different times: spring 2022, fall 2022 and spring 2023. Learners have the opportunity to receive personal guidance when making their own videos, and the learning platform used is Moodle. In addition, learners can use the organizer’s equipment and media labs to make videos. The training is divided into different sections, where the strong expertise of the teachers participating in the project can be utilized. The parts of the project are planning, pre-production, production and post-production, the management of which ensures efficient work in a more digital world, both today and in the future.