Learner Engagement with Videos

Students can engage as they watch videos with a tool called Annoto https://www.annoto.net. Annoto is an amazing tool for learners to engage with videos. Annoto can be integrated into Moodle and Canvas for social learning engagement.

In this video, I demonstrate how students can engage with videos in a Moodle course on Moodle for Teachers Professional Development Programs https://integrating-technology.org

Become a member of my YouTube channel to help me self-fund the free online professional development and Moodle teacher and manager training courses, conferences, webinars, and workshops, and to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsLt8oYvDYGpSHcGhRBBkyw/join

Take a look at the online conferences, workshops, and free online courses all year round https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P4794nE32uAHCMIQE2lIs0mesdLD4UEXZ1VEP3OuhPM/edit?usp=sharing You can give or take Moodle training and professional development courses for free at https://integrating-technology.org and here https://onlinecourses4free.com Moodle is an amazing Learning Management System (LMS).

You can save time by recycling Moodle courses and using them over and over again. You can backup, import, restore, and reset the courses in a few easy steps. Moodle has plugins that enable teachers to support learner autonomy. Teachers can facilitate learning. Learners can experience learning as they engage with the content, each other, and the teacher. I use Moodle for peer team-based learning.

If you believe in learner autonomy, take the free courses on Moodle for Teachers.

You can also get free online professional development courses, MOOCs, webinars, 3-day conferences, and workshops. Invite your colleagues and join the free online programs available on Moodle for Teachers https://integrating-technology.org throughout the year https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P4794nE32uAHCMIQE2lIs0mesdLD4UEXZ1VEP3OuhPM/edit?usp=sharing. Free certificates and credit hours available upon request.

Here’s a bit about me. I’ve been teaching in the K-12 sector with the Internet in blended learning formats since 1993. I am grateful to my students for trusting me to try things out, so I can learn, improve, and share my knowledge and skills with other teachers. I would not be where I am today without you guys. I have been working as an admin of Moodle sites and teaching online with Moodle since 2003. Moodle has changed quite a bit in the past 17 years, but because I am constantly upgrading sites to the latest Moodle versions and teaching online with Moodle, I get a lot of hands-on practice. I’d like to share that knowledge with you.

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