Could video make syllabus more narrow? A restrictive set of work roles is on show in film-based courses in Business English. Are we okay with this?Read More
Naturally, ELT consumer markets vary wildly in terms of worldview. We get it, and work hard to offer content that is considered culturally appropriate for a global audience. However, we argue that this approach is fundamentally flawed. It’s based on a one-size-fits-all method of content creation. Sure, it’s economic, but is it ethical?Read More
Video Integrated Learning. That’s what we’re calling it.
So, what is ‘it’? As you likely know if you’re reading this piece, DLA create learning experiences that are engaging and effective, with video at their heart. Many clients with whom we work ultimately ask us for two key deliverable assets at the end of a project - the video, and the learning materials - and many of them see these as two separate things. We don’t.Read More
DLA has just completed production on a series of bioscience videos for the K-12 market in the USA. With the videos off to classrooms across Florida, here are six things we can share from the experience that will help anyone planning to use video in K-12 learning.Read More