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slides for a talk I gave for an MIE East meeting about encouraging enterprising attitudes and the use of web 2.0 with regards to Moving Image Education.

slides for a talk I gave for an MIE East meeting about encouraging enterprising attitudes and the use of web 2.0 with regards to Moving Image Education.

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  • Get the image moving… Enterprising attitudes and web 2.0
  • Inspiration: MIE Angus
  • Inspiration: Cookstown Primary, Northern Ireland
  • Inspiration: Room 13
  • Ownership of learning
    • “ It would be really good to be in charge of our own education, as we have always had to go with adults thinking, and they don’t do the work that they make the rules for. This does NOT mean we do not want to learn, quite the opposite, we would like to find a way which would make learning better and we think we should be listened to a lot more .”
    • Danielle Souness, Room 13
  • Inspiration: Wendy Ewald (Literacy Through Photography)
    • THEMES
    • Self-portrait
    • Family
    • Community
    • Dreams
    • Photostory
  • The Enterprising School
    • What is it?
    • “… an approach to teaching and learning that makes learning real and relevant by connecting with the world outside of the classroom, and giving purpose to learning .”
    • How to do it?
    • “… provide an approach where learning is effective, engaging and enjoyable by sharing responsibility for learning with pupils .”
  • Entrepreneurs: Cauldeen Primary
  • Business partnership
  • Collaboration: Woodmill High
  • Film Premier
  • Family links
  • Community links
  • Display: Odeon, Dunfermline
  • Display: local library
  • Competitions
    • Film Education site
    • Kung Fu Panda (podcast advert)
    • Radiohead – In Rainbow music video (ani boom website)
    • Young Film Critic
    • Film festivals
    • Planet Scicast science film
    • Film Street 3D animation character
    • First Writes – Scottish Screen
    • Craigiebarns Chatter!
  • Film Critics!
  • After school clubs – animation and ICT club
    • Shorter time span
    • Focus directly on film or animation
    • Use of archive and online resources
    • Funding opportunities
    • Consisitency - links experience between year groups
  • Enterprise Animation Timewarp
  •  
  • Mock Election
    • P5s = polling stations and election day
    • P6s = election podcast, election newspaper, election TV station
    • P7s = political parties and candidates
  • More Enterprise Opportunities
    • School Film Club
    • Film schools
    • National Schools Film Week
    • Film Festivals
    • Glasgow / Dundee
    • DVD yearbook
    • Director Q&A
    • Our School DVD
    • Lunchtime TV Programmes
  • Model for learning vocational skills / teamwork
    • Set designer
    • Script writer
    • Animator
    • Camera operator
    • Costume design
    • Director
    • Composer
    • Acting
    • Etc etc etc…
  • Westenders
  • Enterprising attitudes
    • Curriculum For Excellence
    • Assessment For Learning
    • Thematic teaching
    • Joyning the learning
    • Project based learning
    • Topic webs
    • BBC Creative Station (facilities)
    • Initial Teacher Education (training the future)
  • Explore and learn in depth
    • “ When we consider a new project. We really study it… not just the surface idea, but everything about it .”
    • Walt Disney
    But small is okay too!
  • ‘ Real’ active learning
  • Teamwork and success!
  • Creative
  • Confidence
  • Technology used in context
  • Motivates independent learning
  • Inclusive
  • Listening / talking / thinking skills
  • Storyboarding
  • Motivates writing / literacy links
  • Publishing
  • Photos to photo story
  • Comic books to moving storyboards
  • Web 2.0 – create an online audience and community
    • Blogging / publishing
    • Internet safety
    • Responsibilty / Citizenship
    • Collaboration
    • Glow
  • Blogging
    • Publishing
    • World wide display
    • Audience
    • Feedback
    • Collaboration
    • blogger
    • wordpress
    • edu blogs
  • Interesting Blogs
    • Ewan MacIntosh – ideas
    • Larry Ferlazzo - resources
    • Sandaig Primary School – embedded practice
    • Mashable – toolboxes
    • Animation Backgrounds
    • Cartoon Brew
    • Scotedublogs
  • Online tools – presentation
    • YouTube Vs TeacherTube
    • TrueTube
    • Breaking the News (Channel 4)
    • ESL video
    • Google Account
    • Slideshare
    • Voicethread
    • Animoto
    • Kaltura
  • Online tools - create
    • Comiq
    • Toondoos
    • Fotoflexer
    • Picnik
    • Benneton Flipbook
    • Aniboom
    • Voki
    • Zamzar
  • Offline tools –for upload
    • Basic
    • Digital camera
    • DV camera
    • mp3 recorder
    • Windows software
    • Apple Mac software
    • Free downloads
    • Screencast – (CamStudio, Jing)
    • Power Videomaker
    • Celestia
    • Google SketchUp
    • Pinnacle Video Spin
    • Audacity
    • Blender 3D
    • Scratch
    • Comic Life ( not free but cheap and GREAT!)
  • MIE and games based learning
    • Tim Rylands – Myst
    • Derek Robertson – Consolarium
    • Secondlife
    • Moviestorm
  • Glow…
  • Highland Family Fortunes
  • To infinity and beyond…
  • MIE: digital media hub
    • Podcasting
    • ICT
    • Games based learning
    • Photography
    • Animation
    • Live action
    • Large and small scale learning opportunities
  • Ways forward…
    • More small scale approaches
    • More enterprise business partnerships
    • More industry links – BBC Creative Station
    • Basic ICT provision in schools
    • More equipment to hire to schools
    • After school and lunchtime clubs / weekend / summer schools
    • Collaboration – communities, schools, countries (e-twinning)
    • Film Festivals, screenings, festival on tour
    • Room 13 model / Angus model
    • Use of Lead Practitioners (by name or by nature!)
    • Blogging / publishing / sharing / discussing / celebrating
    • Initial Teacher Training
    • Bring the parents on board – spread the awareness and merits of MIE
    • Teacher visits / sharing practice and ideas (TeachMeet)
    • www.movingimageeducation.org access to help and skills
  • … and back again
    • No upgrading of school ICT facilities
    • Teachers (and pupils) not allowed the freedom to explore and make mistakes
    • Schools and teachers plug into one model to deliver CFE
    • Teachers pushed towards BIG projects
    • Parents ‘don’t get it.’
    • Focus only on creating films – not on analysing or exploring
    • Bookmarks
    • http://del.icio.us/crazyAP
    • Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/crazyAP
    • Class blog
    • http://p6den.blogspot.com/
    • Personal blog
    • http://video-school.blogspot.com/