Effective Learning Video – by students, for students

As many of you know, I am teaching a course in effective learning and metacognition this semester. We cover practical topics such as time management, note-taking, best study practices and how to prepare for exams. We also examine some theoretical aspects of metacognition and learning.

One assignment this semester was for students to undertake a group project that highlighted their learnings. One group produced a video which they have chosen to share publicly on YouTube. I am just so proud of them, I wanted to share it with you:

It’s a super demonstration of their understanding and personal growth during the course, as well as their use of technology to do a group project. Best of all, they got to highlight individual talents and skills to produce the video.


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Sarah Elaine Eaton is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, Canada.

3 Responses to Effective Learning Video – by students, for students

  1. annethecoach says:

    Love the video and am placing the link in my next post.Zany and relelvant. It made me laugh. Keep skipping along effective learner

  2. S. Hoenle says:

    This is so great!!!

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