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Production Lecture

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This is part of a 25-minute lecture I give for pre-service teachers introducing them to the idea of using technology for production tasks.

This is part of a 25-minute lecture I give for pre-service teachers introducing them to the idea of using technology for production tasks.

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  • As with all of these tools we will cover, the designation of software as communication software characterizes how the software is used, not what it contains. So Kid Pix could be used for all these tools – it all depends on HOW you use it.
  • Form of learning whereby students create a product or concrete artifact that is the focus of learning
  • What are some benefits of producing a movie like this over, say, a test or an essay, which are more “typical” student productions?http://www.schooltube.com/video/40511/Lewis-and-Clark
  • Answer this in your pre-lecture activity #8 (OnCourse >> Test and Survey Tool)
  • Ask students for suggestions – specific examples of production. Why would digital storytelling have benefits? What does this do for the students? Why is using digital storytelling good for kids?
  • Multimedia products Text with graphics Web-published products Stand-alone slide shows Digital video (not VHS) Tone poems Visual essays and reports Digital storytelling NarrativesPresentation softwareAnimationPhotosMoviesComic stripsBrochureJournalsWikiWebsite sharingDemonstratingMusic production3D shapesQuiz
  • Narrative:Personal ExpressionMyths/Folk TalesShort StoryInformation / Expository:Summary ReportsBook ReportsHow-To DirectionsBiographiesPersuasive:AdvertisingDescribe/ConcludeAnalyze/ConcludeAnalyze/PersuadeCompare/ContrastCause/EffectEnvironment:Participatory Environment
  • http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=31234&title=CONTEST_WINNER___Football_and_Geometry
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    • 1. Unit 2Types of Tools
      How do I decide what tools to use and when (SNOWY)?
      Content Exploration
      Production
      Communication
      Data Collection/Analysis
      Productivity
    • 2. Production Tools
      October 19th, 2009
    • 3. Lecture Overview
      Introduction to production
      Definition of production tools
      Production task characteristics
      Student benefits of production
      Examples of production
      SNOWY
      Identifying trees
    • 4. Definition of Production Tools
      Form of learning whereby students create a product or concrete artifact that is the focus of their learning and shows what they learned
    • 5. Production Task Characteristics
      Developed over time
      Involves more than one discipline
      Includes student choices
      Deals with authentic (real-world issues)
      Students receive help and scaffolding (support) from a variety of sources
      Assessment is ongoing from many sources, including the students themselves
    • 6. Alamo history project (student production)
      Christopher Columbus (student production)
      For example…
    • 7. Question #1
      What are some benefits of producing a movie like this over, say, a test or an essay, which are more “typical” student productions?
    • 8. Student Benefits of Production
      Individual and group responsibility
      Planning, critical thinking, reasoning, and creativity
      Strong communication skills, both for interpersonal and presentation needs
      Visualizing and decision making
      Organizing
      Knowing how and when to use technology and choosing the most appropriate tool for the task
    • 9. Examples of Production Tasks
      Storymercial
      Digital storybook
      PowerPoint presentation
      Book report
      Brochure
      Comic strips (next slide)
      Digital scrapbook
      Web-published products
      Web pages, character journals, or blogs
      Educational podcasts
      Class projects
    • 10. Various Production Tasks
      Narrative:
      Personal Expression
      Myths/Folk Tales
      Short Story
      Information / Expository:
      Summary Reports
      Book Reports
      How-To Directions
      Biographies
      Persuasive:
      Advertising
      Describe/Conclude
      Analyze/Conclude
      Analyze/Persuade
      Compare/Contrast
      Cause/Effect
      Environment:
      Participatory Environment
    • 11. Music Podcasts
    • 12. 5th Grade Podcast - Geometric Shapes
    • 13. Scratch - Programming
    • 14. My Hero
    • 15. Teacher Production Example:Changing Decimals to Fractions
      http://www.schooltube.com/video/12532/Changing-Decimals-to-Fractions-A
    • 16. A Child’s WarA video made in Second Life by Global Kids
      Video: Year-end project for the Global Kids.
      Based on youth research
      Situation of child soldiers in Uganda and the upcoming trial and the International Criminal Court.
      Earlier piece about digital media and youth
      Read the youth leaders blogs
      Watch other videos from Global Kids at:http://youtube.com/profile?user=holym...
    • 17. Football and Math
    • 18. Contests
      School Tube Contests
      http://www2.schooltube.com/Contests.aspx