Webinar recording: Video drama in learning – what is it good for?

Drama scenarios are a relatively common feature in learning and development, but poorly executed role-plays with amateur actors has given drama in learning a bad name.

When done well, drama video can be one of the most effective ways to emotionally engage learners and impact their future behaviour.

On 4th June 2020 we hosted a webinar which addressed the following points:

  • How drama video makes an impact and keeps attention
  • How powerful interactive drama video can be
  • The common errors that will sabotage a project
  • How drama can be developed to fit a range of budgets
  • How drama video can be produced during lockdown

The webinar was hosted by Georgia from Nice, and our speakers were Tom from Nice and John Curran from Designed for Learning.

You can watch the webinar here:

If you have any questions or would like to request access to any of the resources referenced throughout the webinar, please get in touch.

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