A number of courses on campus require students to make videos for their homework but to our knowledge no other campus course teaches students how to make videos using video story-telling. Please enroll in this course if you are interested in learning how to make educational videos and video story-telling. This course uses online materials to learn about educational technology (edtech), educational video planning, production and editing to create a video. This course is supported by Tokyo Tech Online Educational Development Office (OEDO) and periodically may make use of its facilities. Students will make two videos during the class.
learning management systems (open edX, Canvas), story-boarding, project management, educational video pre-production/production/post-production, use of Adobe Premier video editing software, videography
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), Small Private Online Course (SPOC), video creation, Adobe Premier, e-learning, edX, blended learning, project based learning
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
lecture, online learning materials are studied individually before class, video-making workshop, group work and final project
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Introduction to online learning, edX, course syllabus, course questionnaire, assessment, groupwork, student introductions and motivation||edX online learning materials|
|Class 2||learning management system (LMS), open edX, MOOC, SPOC, MOOC providers (edX), video pre-production (script and story board), course content creation||video pre-production, storyboarding|
|Class 3||video production||video pre-production, course content creation|
|Class 4||video production workshop and fieldwork||video production|
|Class 5||video post-production (editing and review), graphics, animation||video production, graphics, animation|
|Class 6||video post-production workshop including editing||video editing|
|Class 7||group video presentation and discussion||video and oral presentation|
A separate course website on edx edge is available during the 2nd quarter, please contact the instructor for access to it.
attendance 20%, participation 20%, making two videos: 60 sec. self-introduction (promotion) and 3 min educational video 60%
English conversation ability is needed, familiarity with online learning (MOOCs, SPOC), video shooting and video editing software are helpful, ability to work in a group to create an educational video and plan a project is helpful.
Course enrolment is limited to 20 students due to group work component. This course is partically supported by the Tokyo Tech Online Education Development Office (OEDO) that makes MOOCs on edX. Students who complete this course with a grade of 80% or higher and have taken LAH.H310 are eligible to receive a Graduate Student Assistant -Developer certificate awarded by the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning.