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Common Core and 4Cs using Multimedia Mashups

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  • New York state is NOW PLAYING the Common Core Standards in Language Arts and Mathematics. You can not escape the show, it is playing everywhere in your neighborhood schools.
  • What are the 3 Rs? You know them – Reading Writing and Arithmetic
  • I know you can figure out the what the 3Rs are – Reading, Writing, Arithmetic which represents the core content areas, but do you know what the 4 Cs are? They are Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration and Creativity. If you read the P21 Common core Toolkit, you will see the 4Cs threaded throughout the sample lessons.
  • They are Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration and Creativity. When you look at the Common Core Standards. You see the 4 Cs embedded in the documents. Let’s take a look
  • This is a Wordle. How many people have used Wordle? We took a paragraph from the NY Common Core Learning Standards for Mathematics and put it into Wordle to see what words were most repeated. As you see, Critical thinking, communicate, create collaborate, arguments and students were the most used words. Hold onto those words as we go on
  • We did the same things and took a paragraph from the NY Common core Learning Standards for English and Learning Arts – What are the words used the most here? Again we see communicate collaboration, creativity, critical, nonprint, thinking communicate, research media.
  • PETER REYNOLDS AT FABLEVISION HAS WORKED WITH THE PARTNERSHIP FOR 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND HAS CREATED THIS GREAT POSTER. YOU CAN DOWNLOAD IT FROM MY COMMONCORE WIKI. HIS ILLUSTRATIONS MAKE IT EASY FOR STUDENTS TO UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPT OF THE 4CS. HE CAME UP WITH THE THEME THAT “WE ARE TAKING TEACHING AND LEARNING ABOVE AND BEYOND”
  • We didn’t invent all this. It comes from the P21 Common Core Toolkit developed by the The Partnership for 21st Century Skills. This is the Framework for aligning the Common Core State Standards with the 21st Century Skills. You can download it at the URL address on the screen. THIS IS A MUST READ DOCUMENT SO MAKE SURE THAT YOU DOWNLOAD IT
  • We need to engage our student and give the opportunity to analyze, synthesize and create They know how to problem solve, collaborate, communicate, innovate, use critical thinking skills and more.
  • Technology is the perfect vehicle for fusing the 3Rs and the 4Cs. It’s all about students creating and constructing with technology that helps them develop deeper understanding of the content.
  • HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR KEEP YOUR SANITY WHILE DOING MULTIMEDIA ASSIGMENTS WITH YOUR STUDENTS. HAVE CLEAR OBJECTIVES AND SHARE THESE WITH YOUR STUDENTS, BE SPECIFIC ABOUT THE MINIUM ELEMENTS REQUIRED IN THEIR MASHUP BUT ALLOW STUDENT TO GO ABOVE AND BEYOND THE REQUIREMENTS. THEY WILL THINK OF THINGS TO DO THAT NEVER CROSSED YOUR MIND. LASTLY USE RUBRICS AS PART OF YOUR ASSESSMENT
  • HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR KEEP YOUR SANITY WHILE DOING MULTIMEDIA ASSIGMENTS WITH YOUR STUDENTS. HAVE CLEAR OBJECTIVES AND SHARE THESE WITH YOUR STUDENTS, BE SPECIFIC ABOUT THE MINIUM ELEMENTS REQUIRED IN THEIR MASHUP BUT ALLOW STUDENT TO GO ABOVE AND BEYOND THE REQUIREMENTS. THEY WILL THINK OF THINGS TO DO THAT NEVER CROSSED YOUR MIND. LASTLY USE RUBRICS AS PART OF YOUR ASSESSMENT
  • HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR KEEP YOUR SANITY WHILE DOING MULTIMEDIA ASSIGMENTS WITH YOUR STUDENTS. HAVE CLEAR OBJECTIVES AND SHARE THESE WITH YOUR STUDENTS, BE SPECIFIC ABOUT THE MINIUM ELEMENTS REQUIRED IN THEIR MASHUP BUT ALLOW STUDENT TO GO ABOVE AND BEYOND THE REQUIREMENTS. THEY WILL THINK OF THINGS TO DO THAT NEVER CROSSED YOUR MIND. LASTLY USE RUBRICS AS PART OF YOUR ASSESSMENT
  • HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR KEEP YOUR SANITY WHILE DOING MULTIMEDIA ASSIGMENTS WITH YOUR STUDENTS. HAVE CLEAR OBJECTIVES AND SHARE THESE WITH YOUR STUDENTS, BE SPECIFIC ABOUT THE MINIUM ELEMENTS REQUIRED IN THEIR MASHUP BUT ALLOW STUDENT TO GO ABOVE AND BEYOND THE REQUIREMENTS. THEY WILL THINK OF THINGS TO DO THAT NEVER CROSSED YOUR MIND. LASTLY USE RUBRICS AS PART OF YOUR ASSESSMENT
  • DEMO on iPad – add app to your ipad
  • HERE ARE TWO APPS THAT ARE EASY TO USE. VIDEOLICIOUS IS FOR THE IPHONE, IPAD AND 4TH GENERATION ITOUCH. IT LETS YOU TURN VIDEO CLIPS AND PHOTOS INTO GREAT VIDEOS THAT WILL IMPRESS YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY. ANOTHER ONE IS DRAGON TAPE, THIS IS A QUICK AND EASY TO USE VIDEO EDITOR
  • DEMO on iPad – add app to your ipad
  • HERE ARE TWO APPS THAT ARE EASY TO USE. VIDEOLICIOUS IS FOR THE IPHONE, IPAD AND 4TH GENERATION ITOUCH. IT LETS YOU TURN VIDEO CLIPS AND PHOTOS INTO GREAT VIDEOS THAT WILL IMPRESS YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY. ANOTHER ONE IS DRAGON TAPE, THIS IS A QUICK AND EASY TO USE VIDEO EDITOR
  • DEMO on iPad – add app to your ipad
  • DEMO on iPad – add app to your ipad
  • AFTER THE STUDENTS COLLECT ALL THE ELEMENTS FOR THEIR MULTIMEDIA MASHUP, THEY NEED TO COMPILE IT TO MAKE A NEW PRODUCT. DON’T GVE STUDENT TOO MANY CHOICES. I HAVE FOUND IT BETTER IF I SELECT ONE TOOL TO USE FOR AN ASSIGNMENT AND LET STUDENTS PUSH THE TOOL TO THE LIMIT. SOME TOOLS ARE EASY WITH A LOW LEARNING CURVE AND ARE MORE APPROPRIATE FOR YOUNGER GRADES AND OTHER ARE MORE COMPLEX BUT HAVE MORE BELLS AND WHISTLES. FOR VIDEO AND IMAGE EDITING, THE PROGRAM USED WILL DEPEND IF YOU ARE WORKING ON A MAC OR PC. AS THE TEACHER, YOU WILL NEED TO BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE TOOLS YOU WILL HAVE THE STUDENTS USING. FOR THE LUCKY TECACHERS, THEY WILL HAVE A TECHNOLOGY TEACHER THAT CAN ASSIST THEM AND THE STUDENTS.WITH THE PRODUCTION PART
  • IF YOU USE WEB 2.0 EDITING TOOLS, IT WILL NOT MAKE A DIFFERENCE IF YOU ARE USING A MAC OR PC. STUDENTS CAN USE THESE TOOLS AT HOME . EACH OF THEM HAVE A FREE AND PREMIUM VERSION. I ONLY USE THE FREE VERSION. THERE IS AN ADVANTAGE TO USING THESE TOOLS BECAUSE IT IS EASY FOR THE STUDENT TO SHARE WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS OVER THE INTERNET. THIS HAS TAKEN THE PLACE OF TACKING THE DRAWING ON THE REFRIGERATOR.
  • STUDENTS LOVE TO MAKE DIGITAL POSTER. EDU GLOSTER LETS STUDENTS COMBINE VIDEO, SOUNDS TEXT AND MORE. THERE IS A FREE VERSION AND PREMIER VERSONS. BE CAREFUL NOT TO GO TO WWW.GLOGSTER.COM BECAUSE THIS IS THE ADULT VERSION OF THE EDUCATION ONE.
  • MAKE SURE THAT YOU GO TO EDU.GLOSTER.COM. YOU CAN CREATE A FREE ACCOUNT AS A TEACHER AND THEN STUDENTS CAN MAKE ACCOUNT WITHOUT USING AN EMAIL ADDRESS BY USING THE CODE TO YOUR ACCOUNT. THIS IS A FAVORITE OF STUDENTS.
  • HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR KEEP YOUR SANITY WHILE DOING MULTIMEDIA ASSIGMENTS WITH YOUR STUDENTS. HAVE CLEAR OBJECTIVES AND SHARE THESE WITH YOUR STUDENTS, BE SPECIFIC ABOUT THE MINIUM ELEMENTS REQUIRED IN THEIR MASHUP BUT ALLOW STUDENT TO GO ABOVE AND BEYOND THE REQUIREMENTS. THEY WILL THINK OF THINGS TO DO THAT NEVER CROSSED YOUR MIND. LASTLY USE RUBRICS AS PART OF YOUR ASSESSMENT
  • I HAVE FOUND RUBISTAR AN EXCELLENT SOURCE FOR MAKING MULTIMEDIA RUBRICS. IT IS EASY AND TAKES LITTLE TIME TO CREATE AN GREAT RUBRIC. YOU CAN CUSTOMIZE IT OR USE THE MATERIAL AVAILABLE. YOU DON’T EVEN HAVE TO LOG IN TO CREATE THE RUBRIC. WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED YOU WILL HAVE A PDF THAT YOU CAN SHARE WITH YOUR STUDENTS. IF YOU HAVEN’T USED IT, IT IS A GEM.

Common core 4_cs Common core 4_cs Presentation Transcript

  • Welcome 21 st Century ClassroomWhere the 3Rs meet the 4Cs Carmella Doty carmelladoty@gmail.com
  • Presentation Resourceshttp://commoncore4cs. wikispaces.com/
  • ObjectivesPARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:• Define the relationship between the 3R’s and the 4C’s as part of the Common Core Standards• Integrate the 4C’s as part of their instructional strategies
  • ObjectivesPARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:• Improve student achievement and deeper understanding of content• Learn how to create multimedia content to support the 4C’s and Common Core Standards
  • What States haveCommon Core Standards?
  • PLAYING NOW COMMON CORE STANDARDS
  • 3RS and the 4CS What are the 3RS?
  • What are the 4C’s?
  • Fusing the 3R’s with the 4C’s
  • NY Common CoreLearning Standards for Mathematics3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. Created with Wordle http://www.wordle.net
  • NY Common Core Learning Standards for ELAResearch and Media Skills blended into the Standards as a whole Created with Wordle http://www.wordle.net
  • Partnership for 21st Century Skills “P21 Common Core Toolkit”A Guide to Aligning the Common Core State Standards with theFramework for the 21st Century Skills Toolkit: http://tinyurl.com/toolkit21stcentury
  • Today’s Learners Information Literacy Innovation Critical Thinking CreativityCommunication Problem Solving Collaboration Melinda Kolk, March 30, 2011 http://web.tech4learning.com/blog
  • Fusing the 3R’s and the 4C’sIt’s no longer aboutteaching technology but about students learning, analyzing, synthesizing, and creating with technology
  • Fusing the 3R’s and the 4C’s• Multimedia authoring tools engage students extending their learning and understanding of the content• 21st Century Classrooms are not only about technology, they are about learning!
  • Opening up the Toolbox• Explore tools to engage students in the learning process to help them create their own digital content to support the curriculum with emphasis on the 4 C’s
  • Multimedia Toolkits Multimedia Toolkitsconsists of resources thatcan be used to create newmultimedia presentations from original and acquired sources called Mashups
  • Multimedia Mashup Toolkit Music ImagesRecordings Text Audio Video GraphicsAnd more…
  • Multimedia Mashup Toolkit Multimedia elementscan be acquired and /ororiginally produced
  • Copyright Free Images
  • Copyright Free Images Creative Commons Searchhttp://search.creativecommons.org/ 1.Search Term 2.Select Search Sites
  • Copyright Free ImagesCreative Commons Search with Google
  • Creative Common SearchIncludes Searches for other CopyrightFree materials• Video• Media• Music• Illustrations• Clip Art
  • Copyright Free Images stock.xchng http://sxc.hu/
  • Copyright Free Images More Free Stock ImagesMORGUE FILEhttp://morguefile.com/ http://www.stockvault.net/
  • Copyright Free ImagesGOOGLE IMAGES• Use advanced search when searching for Google images• Under Usage Rights, use the drop down menu and select “LABELED FOR REUSE”FLICKR• Search for Copyright FreeimagesFor more information…http://mashupsfun.wikispaces.com/Copyright
  • Copyright Free Musichttp://www.freeplaymusic.com Do Not Use BETA site
  • Creating and Editing AudioMac: Garageband Mac & PC: Audacity Free Download http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
  • Creating Original Elements• Videolicious – iPad, iPhone, iTouch, Droid,PC and Mac – Turn raw video clips and photos into tightly edited masterpieces to share with your friends, in just three simple steps.• iFunFace – iPad, iPhone, iTouch Make your photos come alive• Blabbarize – Web basedAnimate and add voice to pictures
  • iFunFace App
  • More Original Elements• Digital Cameras• Voice Recording Tools• Original Writing – scripts, stories, poems• Original Art Work
  • Collecting Mashup Elements Students and Teachers can create collections of Media Video Music Images Documents http://ge.tt/9HnMbte
  • Collections can be shared with a URL address
  • Creating Mashups PC Mac/iPadMovie Maker iMoviePhoto Story iPhoto
  • Video Editing• Combining two or more videos• Simple video mashup creator• Combines and edits You Tube videos• Use on computer, iPad, iPhone• Video mixing in your pockethttp://www.dragontape.com
  • Features:http://www.dragontape.com/featuresDemo: http://youtu.be/8MxionwgP8U
  • http://www.dragontape.com/#!/7627036
  • More Mashup ToolsSample of tools for the classroom:• Photo Peach http:/photopeach.com Create a digital story with photos,music and titles• Animoto http://animoto.com Combines video clips, music and photos into videos
  • Web 2.0 Mashup Toolshttp://www.onetruemedia.com One True Media
  • Mashup AppsHAIKU DECK iPad, iPhone• Can be shared on web friendly computer, tablet or phone.PIC COLLAGE – iPad, iPhone,Android
  • WEB MashupsWEBPAGE MASHUP• Can combine multiple elements – text, music, video…• Elements can be embeddedSamples of Web Mashup Tools: Google Sites: http://sites.google.com Wikispaces: http://www.wikispaces.com Blogger: http://www.blogger.com
  • Build A Website Using Google Siteshttp://www.youtube.com/watchv=iVrZWPql8UU&feature=related
  • Digital Poster Projects• GLOGS? Online multimedia posters - with text, photos, videos, graphics, sounds, drawings, data attachments and more• What is Glogster EDU? A global education platform for the creative expression of knowledge and skills in the classroom and beyond.
  • HTTP://EDU.GLOSTER.COM
  • Tips for Multimedia Assignments• Establish clear objectives and outcomes• Be specific about the minimum elements required i.e. music, acquired video, original video, images• Allow students to go above and beyond the requirements• Use Rubrics as part of the assessment
  • • Use Rubrics to assess multimedia projects• Rubistar Creator: http://rubistar.4teachers.org/
  • Fusing the 3R’s and the 4C’sIn the21 st CenturyClassroom StudentsBecome the Media Producers not the Consumers
  • Questions Carmella Doty carmelladoty@gmail.com Additional Resources:http://commoncore4cs.wikispaces.com