Engaging the Adolescent Learner

Using Video and Film in the Classroom

Douglas Fisher & Nancy Frey


It’s easier than ever to access classroom-friendly video, but are you using it effectively? Learn how to interject video with active teaching, so you can use discussion, writing, and reading within video lessons to increase your students’ critical thinking, comprehension, and analysis skills. Plus, find out how students can further apply their knowledge and creativity by crafting their own original digital videos.

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© 2013
doi: 10.1598/e-ssentials.8004

Using Video and Film in the Classroom

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