ResourcesLearn how to implement interactive video for effective learning
Speaking might be the skill that is hardest to control for teachers, but interactive video offers a new format for teaching speaking proficiency. Read all about Mariëlle’s use of interactive video to improve speaking proficiency!
We are proud to announce that Gilde-BT Bedrijfsopleidingen from Venlo will enter a strategic cooperation with HiHaHo Video Enrichment from Assen.
Mariëlle is a teacher of English as a foreign language at a secondary school and is always looking for new ways to improve her teaching. Read about her trial run with implementing HiHaHo in a classroom setting.
When you are learning a language, grammar is often a big hurdle. Luckily, the internet offers many learning videos to practice these difficult subjects. However, interactive video can add an extra dimension to such learning videos.
Interactive videos are becoming a better option to improve visual learning and the University of Twente is embracing that as of 2017 by implementing a trial run of HiHaHo.
Considering the fact that interactive video is still a new concept to a lot of people, many may wonder what the possibilities are. And you might be one of them. What makes interactive videos great is that the possibilities are infinite.
We are starting to see changes seeping into the world of entertainment. More artists will take even bigger steps with interactive videos to keep their audiences engaged. We’ve put together a Top 5 Interactive Music Videos for you.
Nowadays, there are plenty of ways to practice for both the driving exam and the theory test; however, interactive videos offer a new and applied approach to practicing for these exams.
If you want to know people’s opinions about certain topics, you can create all sorts of questionnaires. Interactive video provides the solution to tackling most difficulties.
Learning a language can be tricky, let alone teaching it. There are websites that can help teach it, but now there is a revolutionary approach that has come to the rescue: interactive videos.
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