DigCompEdu Competence area
Minimum digital skills level of Students
Minimum digital skills level of Educators
- Remote learning activity/assessment following classroom or online preparation
- Flip learning for interview preparation
- Classroom practice
- Internet connection
- Zoom software
- Preparatory interview material
Role-play is an excellent method of putting theory into practice. In this instance, learners can practice interview skills and techniques within the reality of a video interview conducted by either the educator or an industry professional.
Learners can prepare for mock interview with responses to pre-set questions. Setting language expectations, dress code as well as upskilling in digital methods of current working practices.
This provides a great opportunity for assessment and feedback by the educator and the learner.
How to do it (step by step)
In class prepare learner with interview techniques; CV update; preparatory questions
Home learning to prepare for interview
In class peer interviews, for practice and immediate feedback
Set up Zoom conference call
Practise in class with Zoom technology.
Educator to prepare interview questions or employ industry professional to conduct interviews.
Feedback to learners.
There is more…
- More and more companies are using remote interviewing and pre interview video recordings as part of their hiring processes. Using up to date technology such as Zoom allows for upskilling not only in interview techniques, but also in familiarization with software and digital skills.
- Preparation for industry is paramount for the next generation.
- Zoom, the cloud meeting company, unifies mobile collaboration, cloud video conferencing and simple online meetings into one easy-to-use platform.
- Zoom InterviewStream helps companies generate great candidate experiences through Web-based video screening, interviewing and preparation and perfect the practice of video interviewing.