Het ontwerp van een onderwijskundige aanpak voor het maken van videoverslaglegging in het MBO onderwijs binnen de ondergrondse infratechniek

Antonia Johanna Cornelia Maria Driessen

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In this project, the development of a method for making film recordings for proving competences from the student's perspective is the design focus. A design project that has been completed in collaboration with many companies, vocational schools, MBO institutions and branch organizations in underground infrastructure construction. The vocational education programs focussed on becoming a mechanic specialised in gas, water, heat and low and medium voltage have been the design context in which the different iterations of the iterative design process have taken place. The emphasis on text in assessments, such as written tests, reports and portfolios, do cause an obstacle for students within these programs. A situation that did create the interest to investigate the opportunities to proof competences by making a videorecording of a task performance.

In the design process, it was determined that an action camera is best suitable for capturing images from the student's perspective. Compared to the mobile telephone, the action camera offers the advantage that the student can continue to use both hands to carry out the task. The recording process itself has to be planned in advance, mainly because it turned out that recording an entire task is to complex in the editing process. Selecting tasks afterwards is time consuming, planning the moments of a task to be recorded in advance is easier. Based on this finding, a step-by-step instruction was designed for the recording process, including three phases: before, after and during the recording. Before the recording a focus on the planning, during on the practical exhibition and after the recording on the reflection. Reflection that takes place by making comments that can be linked to a specific moment in the video. A functionality that is included in the list of requirements that has been constructed which is targeted at the software supporting the creation of the video report.

The final product consists of a step-by-step instruction describing how to make a video report and a list of requirements for the supporting software. In addition to the list of requirements, a study was conducted into the software available on the market and its user-friendliness. Insights that make the end product ready for use in the current version, the next step is to continue the implementation.
Original languageDutch
Awarding Institution
  • University of Twente
  • Endedijk, Maaike, Supervisor
  • Kolloffel, Bas Jan, Supervisor
Award date2 Feb 2023
Place of PublicationEnschede
Publication statusPublished - 2 Feb 2023

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