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Using Movies to Enhance Student Learning

Learn how to incorporate various types of movie clips, including student-made videos, into your classroom discussions.

Movies can be used in the classroom to spark student interest and communicate ideas.

Consultation is available to help you learn:

  • technical tips on incorporating clips from television and films
  • teaching tips on how to use clips to promote student involvement and learning
  • technical advice on student-produced short films and clips
  • teaching tips on how to use student-produced films to enhance learning

If you are interested in the above service, please contact:

Dr. Michael Homan
Dr. Mark Gstohl

Drs. Michael Homan and Mark Gstohl of the Theology Department have been using video in their classes for years. In 2004, they led a CAT workshop titled, "Geeks Gone Wild: Using Movies to Enhance Student Learning."

Mac users, please contact Dr. Homan (send a message or call campus ext. 7630). Windows users should contact Dr. Gstohl (send a message or call campus ext. 5456).

Available: fall and spring semesters.

See also: One-on-One Services

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