Educational Videos: Designing and Planning

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Room 605, Level 6, FBE Building, 111 Barry Street, Parkville

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Tessa Brinley

  • Improving Teaching

"Educational Videos: Designing and Planning"

This workshop will cover the principles of planning and creating a video for use in supporting your teaching. From the early ideation, and pre-production planning, to being aware of what to look for when ‘in-production’ - to create a meaningful learning artefact that will meet desired outcomes, and which can be reused in subsequent iterations of the unit.

Part of the workshop will focus on demonstrating and seeing the different kinds of setup to achieve particular videos / styles of video.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the media production process (Pre / In / Post – production)
  • Plan and prepare based on Environmental considerations for creating a video
  • Make an informed decision on the type of video they may wish to create, based on the needs of the video and the production requirements for the type of video desired


Kris Nagy is an Educational & Instructional Designer at the WCLA. Kris has worked in and around education, both in the P-12 system and Higher Ed, for over 10 years.  A key focus of research and practice is identifying and supporting the development of resources or pedagogical approaches that lead to meaningful student experiences to support their learning, with a strong focus on co-developing sustainable processes with (and for) educators.