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Session Title: 

Video Based Mobile Learning






Participants will learn how to use their smartphones to create videos for peer-based learning in the classroom. They will learn how to  engage students in creating videos on their smartphones for storytelling, video tutorials, and slide presentations. The videos will be created with screen recording apps on smartphones or desktops.

Target audience:

K-12 and teachers of adult learners of any content area. 


Session objectives: 

By the end of this session, participants will have...

  • annotated (PDF) articles on video-based mobile learning. 
  • discussed video-based mobile learning.

  • created videos on mobile and desktop devices.

  • created stories using video apps in mobile devices.  

  • reflected on the tools and process of video-based mobile learning in a diary (Moodle activity) 

  • scheduled and given collaborative live online meetings using Jitsi or other online platforms. 

  • worked in teams. 

  • used curation tools to showcase activities. 



Week 1: (January 9 - 15) - introductions

In week 1, participants will get acquainted with each other and the course layout. They will use Kahoot, Voki, and Knovio to introduce themselves. 


  • Create a video presentation using Knovio (free) on their smartphones or computer.  
  • Create a  Kahoot challenge based on the video presentation they created on Knovio with slides about their past, current, and possible future leisure, education, work or career-related aspirations.  
  • Create a video tutorial of the course session layout (Moodle). They will use a screen recorder to create the video on their smartphones or computer.   
  • Usie their smartphones or computer to create an avatar or avatars using Voki and/or Bitmoji. 




Week 2: (January 16 - 22) - Social Learning 

In week 2, participants will explore, read, learn, and discuss the benefits and challenges involved in video-based mobile learning and how to use videos for collaborative social learning. They will create or choose a video from YouTube and add questions to it using Edpuzzle (for mobile and desktop) to engage students as they watch the video. Video Ant and Amanote will be used for collaborative annotations and Annoto will be used for social engagement.


  • Get a free account as a teacher on Edpuzzle and add the Chrome extension.  
  • Choose video from YouTube.  
  • Create an interactive lesson for the YouTube video.
  • Add questions and other activities into the YouTube video using Edpuzzle.  




Week 3: (January 23 - 29) - Mobile Learning

In week 3, participants will team up or work individually to start planning their mobile lessons using the tools for storytelling. They will create a presentation on the need for mobile learning for all ages using Canva, share the presentation using screen recording tools, and reflect on the process. 





Record PowerPoint Presentations with images (Canva) using one of these screen recorders:


Week 4: (January 30 - February 5) - Storytelling

In week 4, participants will engage in storytelling. They will create 1 - 6 stories using their mobile and/or desktop devices. They will share the stories and reflect on the process using the diary. They may work with their teams or individually or both.



  • Get a free account for each of the story building tools below if they don't have one. Get the apps and add them to their phones, iPads, or Tablets. 
  • Create videos with the tools. 
  • Reflect on the process using the Diary. 




Week 5: (February 6 - 12) - Showcase and Reflect

In week 5, participants will focus on showcasing and reflecting on their work. They will create 2 or 3 activities each, create a presentation, using their mobile and/or desktop devices. They will give the presentation in a live class to explain how they will use the activities. They may work with their teams or individually or both.



  • Create a presentation 
  • Give the presentation in a live class (ZOOM, Jitsi, Google Meet, MS Teams, GoBrunch) to explain how they will use the activities
  • Record the class and publish the recording (MP4) on YouTube or Vimeo, and share the link of the video for others to view and add their comments. 
  • Reflect on their work using a Voki avatar on their phones and adding the Voki reflection to one of the following curation boards along with other multimedia content they accumulated in the course.





  • Moodle - learning management system for discussions, resources, activities, badges and certificates. 
  • GoBrunch - live time-based meetings with recordings


Other technology tools: 




Join this session: 
Registration Jan. 1-8, 2023
For participants to join this session:

  1. Go to http://integrating-technology.org
  2. Log in the first and each time by clicking on one of the following social icons: Login in with Gmail, Facebook, LinkedIn, Yahoo, Microsoft 
  3. Enrol in https://integrating-technology.org/course/view.php?id=340


If you need further help on how to log in, please watch the following video:

How to Sign Up and Login (video)




Suggested sponsor(s): 

Sponsoring organizations

Name / date of approval

 Jane Chien, Chair / December 1, 2022



Nellie Deutsch nelliemuller@email.phoenix.edu
Canada  Immersive Technologies (IMT) MSc program of the Department of Computer Science of the 

International Hellenic University








NellieDeutsch (Ed.D) has taught EFL in K-12 and higher education and has applied CALL since 1992.  She offers free online professional development programs on Moodle for Teachers. She combines learner autonomy team peer-based learning with technology and mindfulness. She’s the co-chair elect of TESOL CALL-IS & leads EVO23 coordination team. 


Sudarshana Shirude




Government school of Maharashtra 



Sudarshana Shirude is a primary teacher in a government school of Maharashtra in India since 2004. She has a masters degree in English. She teaches English, Science and Mathematics. She is a tag coordinator of TEJAS project run by the British council to facilitate the teachers in CPD. 



Name of Lead Moderator: Nellie Deutsch

Email address: nellie.muller.deutsch@gmail.com


Terms of Agreement (to be completed by Lead Moderators; please confirm by writing “I agree” in each item.)

Terms of Agreement for EVO Session Lead Moderators


  1. As Lead Moderator of my EVO session, I am responsible for making sure that first-time moderators in the session register for MOD PD on or before the due date (Oct. 16, 2022).

 I agree
  1. As Lead Moderator of my EVO session, I am responsible for making sure that first-time moderators participate actively in MOD PD Oct. 16 - Nov. 13, 2022.

 I agree
  1. As Lead Moderator of my EVO session, I affirm that moderators found lacking in completing the expectations and tasks in MOD PD will be removed from the session.

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  1. I am available to engage actively in the EVO session I have agreed to co-moderate between January 9 and February 12, 2023. 

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  1. I further understand that 

  • EVO sessions are free of advertising and commercial sponsorship;

  • EVO sessions are free and open to all;

  • No academic credit will be given for participation in EVO session.

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