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Finding a new and creative way to challenge my broadcast technology students for a final project is a fascinating journey for me each semester. I push myself to never offer the exact same project to the students. For the past 16 semesters, I have been successful, with only a few brain freezes along the way.
This week on the aRTs Roundtable is about Plan B. What do you do when you hit a wall in technology in the arts. Tricia reached out for resources at https://edbacker.com/ Jen creatively rescheduled. Brenda using Sonic Pics is still trying a work around with her first graders and the book Fortunately by Remy Charlip. Carol was someone else’s Plan B, since another teacher found it difficult to recreate a movie. We all had the student’s in mind of creating our Plan [...]
With a few pointers and some great scene study from two classic films – student film makers can take linear short films, PSA’s, commercials and music videos and turn them into professional looking video projects.
Two amazing video students join the podcast this week for a look at some cutting edge uses of video in projection design. Both “Goose” and Jake worked with theater director Rob Kennedy to create the projection design for an extraordinary production of “Sweeney Todd.”
Collaborating, Creating and Publishing are part of the keys to 21st Century learning skills in education. Ali Grasson joins the podcast to share some of the amazing things going on in her classroom.
TheatreCast presents “All The World is a Stage” A World Theatre Day Celebration Video. This video started out as an idea on twitter. I thought a video could be a great way to connect and include a a lot of students in the project. I set up a Google Drive Folder and shared the address with the teachers who wanted to be a part of the project. A shorter version premiered on March 27th World Theatre Day at the EdTech Team’s [...]
It has become apparent to educators around the world, that the 21st Century learning model must be different that the 20th century. In fact, 46 states around the country are making plans to implement a new initiative called the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The CCSS standards “are designed to be robust and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills that our young people need for success in college and careers.”
Phenom student film maker Jake White joins the podcast to discuss how he creates his original film projects. Jake discusses how the HS video classes he’s taken led him into the world of film and specifically what were the most effective experiences in the media studio. Jake also discusses his video design for the upcoming stage production of “Sweeney Todd” at Amity High School. Also Jim Crawford on the iDig Video “Quick Tips” Show Hosts: Jonathan Furst, Jim Crawford Special Guest: [...]
The power and accessibility of video has created new opportunities for our students. It’s a simple fact. I see amazing video examples everyday. Kindergarten through college students are finding and utilizing ways to teach each other through all forms of technology, most notably video, rather than sitting back waiting to be taught by someone else.
Here’s some fun stuff: iDig Video will begin posting tutorial videos online. In the podcast we discuss how to create “Quick Help Videos.” In future podcasts – we will feature some very cool video tips that you can use in your classroom. On this podcast we also look at and review some Video Editing Smart Apps that are on the market.
This week on The BackChannel: Tweet of the Week Many Many conference hashtags #metc13, #oetc13, #tcea13 , #petc2013 and more! Pinterest Kindergarten & First Grade Rocks http://pinterest.com/carol2650/ Blog Posts DCulberhouse — @DCulberhouse Unexpected Leadership Lessons http://dculberh.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/unexpected-leadership-lessons/ Doug Johnson @BlueSkunkBlog 7 things you can always do in my class with your device http://doug-johnson.squarespace.com/blue-skunk-blog/2013/2/8/7-things-you-can-always-do-in-my-class-with-your-device.html YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RojbvfB7kQ&feature=youtu.be Dryden Elementary School staff APP Endless Alphabet https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/endless-alphabet/id591626572?mt=8 Leave us some feedback! and if you have suggestions for The Back Channel – please share them [...]
Time Lapse Photography in the classroom! Amazing ways to use time lapse photos in science lab classes – or any class where something is assembled. Imagine the possibilities with a robotics class or culinary!
Meg Wilson (@iPodsibilities) joins us for a look at some fascinating ways in which new tech and media are now being used in education. From the first time Meg brought an iPod into a room of “doubting” educators – Meg has been at the forefront of developing new tech ideas for the classroom! She shares of some of the innovative work she is now doing at the Avenues – World School in NYC.
This week on The BackChannel: This week, I invited Rushton Hurley and Dennis Grice in for a chat. I enjoy and respect both men greatly — and instead of having them each on their own show — I decided to bring them in together to Double the Fun and Double the Learning! Both men are encouraging speakers who have found a niche with video. ENJOY! Links for Rushton: Next Vista: http://www.nextvista.org/ Twitter: @rushtonh WeVideo http://wevideo.com Pixorial http://pixorial.com YouTube [...]
Apple Distinguished Educator Matthew Worwood discusses how to create exciting student video projects – such as the 84 hr film challenge – and then organize a film festival to showcase the work. Students can even submit work created on their iPhones! Also the pros and cons of Final Cut X. Show Hosts: Jonathan Furst, Jim Crawford Special Guest: Matthew Worwood Here’s our Show Notes Give us some feedback! Email iDigVideo@edreach.us to send us a note. Or leave a comment below.
The flipped classroom has been gathering steam for a few years now. The premise: watch videos of instruction or lecture at home, and do the “homework” with the teacher in class. The Flipped Class: What it is and What it is Not In reality, there isn’t a whole lot of philosophical or theoretical information that I believe I can personally share that will be cutting edge, or not met with a new debate. I’ll let you access the flood of stories [...]
ADE Matthew Worwood, from the Center for 21st Century Skills, joins the podcast as we discuss innovative techniques and ideas for infusing creativity in your classroom. Mathew, a digital media specialist, discusses an extraordinary process in which he uses brainstorming and creative problem finding to enable students to access and then utilize their creative energy. The groundbreaking work in creativity that Matthew is doing goes beyond the video classroom – and can be applied to any discipline – at any level!
Let’s get right down to business. You need to shoot a video, but you either don’t know where to start, how to begin, or the BASICS to pull it off. I get it. The ease and accessibility to create videos is now being required of all of us. So here’s what you need to know. Top 5 tips to shooting great video 1. Camera Of course you’ll need a camera. To make a good video, the TYPE of camera [...]