STATE OF VIDEO IN EDUCATION 2019 Insights and trends

August 1, 2019

What do the students themselves expect, in terms of how video will play a part in their education? Unsurprisingly for a generation raised on YouTube, they expect a lot. 82% of respondents viewed students’ expectations for how much video should be part of their learning experience as increasing. 17% thought it was holding steady. How Age/Stage of Learning Affects Expectations Interestingly, the farther along in the educational process an institution is, the more likely they are to see student demand for video increasing. 72% of primary/secondary schools see their students’ expectations as rising, while 87% of graduate schools report increasing expectations.

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