The European Video for ALL educational project is a European project that will bring together all current methodologies, ideas and innovative practices to teach and learn languages by integrating digital video.
The project will build a comprehensive repository of how every type of video, language practice through templates that will describe the practice with examples of usage. A single video practice could be used at more than one level and examples of use will be created for the needs of the different language learners, defined by age and CEFR levels. ‘How to’ videos will be produce that show how teachers and students can use and make their own videos. Many of the practices will be piloted with teachers from multiple levels of language education (primary and secondary schools, adult and university) to ensure quality.
The project will build accessibility and use to allow educators to understand which practices can be used by:
- Age of students (primary, secondary, university, adult learners)
- CEFR levels (A1-C2)
- Type of usage (inside/outside the classroom, Internet, hand-held cameras, screen capture tools, etc.)
Video for ALL will create an In-service teacher training course for teachers to learn how to use video as a basic tool for language teaching as well as understanding the pedagogic value and uses.