Judges AwardsGiven by the expert judges aggregating their scores These awards go to the best multimedia works. See Rubrics for details about Criterion A: Design and Technical Quality and Criterion B: Synthesis and Construction of Ideashttp://netgened2013.flatclassroomproject.org/RubricsAll Awards can be found athttp://netgened2013.flatclassroomproject.org/Awards(posted after this ceremony)All videos can be found at:http://netgened2013.flatclassroomproject.org/Master+Video+Lists
#1 Massively Open OnlineCourses (MOOCs) Total Number of Videos submitted – 22 Judged by: Terry Smith and Craig Union First: 8.A.1 Safari For Technology DavisW_SVHS_NGE Second: 5.A.1 GraceS_SVHS_NGE Collaborating onMOOCs Third: 2.A.2 KrupaL_AAHS My Video HM: 3.A.2 ArjunaM_AAHS Massively Open OnlineCourses: Scrutiny and 4.A.3 JTP-PPHS, What AreMOOCs?
Total Number of Videos submitted – 17 Judged by: Terry Smith, Bruce Forsyth, Gay Landaiche First: 3.B.1 MarkS_SVHS_NGE FOCUS on the Camera of a TabletComputerand 3.B.2 RiyaP-WHSB Take a Tablet Second: 6.B.1 Morgan M-PPHS Entertaining Education-Tablets and1.B.1 WestR-WHSB- Books Vs. Ebooks Third: 8.B.1 JerryF_KS Tablet computing and innovationand 5.B.2AnthonyV_PPHS Learning the Tablet HM: 5.B.3 MariaA_AAHS Tablet Computing and Collaboration and4.B.2 BridgetO_SVHS Tablet Computing: Integrity and B.APM.1AnithaK_AAHS Tablet Computing (Overview)#2 Tablet Computing
#3 Games andGamification Total Number of Videos submitted – 17 Judged by: Tamara Wolpowitz, Kelly Kermode, JulietEvans First: 7.C.1 VanessaS_SVHS_NGE The UnbelievableSpeed of Gamification Second: 5.C.1 AlyssaB_AAHS Collaboration Video Third: 1.C.2 MoriahS_ISA Game Based Learning HM: 2.C.1 MaggieH_SVHS Gamification and Its Impacton Our Children
#4 Learning Analytics Total Number of Videos submitted – 21 Judged by: Craig Union, Carol Shields, Glenda Fahey First: 1.D.1 MerrittD-WHSA "Moooo"vement of LearningAnalytics and Freedom Second: 1.D.4 morganf_aahs Learning Analytics andFreedom Third: A.PM.1 RachelA_SVHS Learning With the NetGeneration HM: 3.D.2 Scrutiny Style BrendanW SVHS
#5 3D Printing Total Number of Videos submitted – 20 Judged by: Tracey Bryan, Kathy Shields, KyleDunbar First: 8.E.1 AlejandroE_ISA 3D-Printing: Expand theRealm of Possibility Second: 2.E.1 KambryJ-WHSB 3d printer-upload Third: 5.E.1 Margaret WHSB Imagine HM: E.APM.1 andrewn_aahs - 3D Printing
#6 Wearable Technology Total Number of Videos submitted – 18 Judged by: Terry Smith, Theresa Allen, Abena Bailey First: 6.F.1 CandiceZ_SVHS Entertainment&WearableTechnology Second: 8.F.2 KimberleyC_KS 8F: Wearable Technology +Innovation Third: 2.F.2 RitaC_KS Wearable Technology HM: 8.F.2 KimberleyC_KS 8F: Wearable Technology +Innovation and 2.F.1 SageS-WHSB Nano Nano
Meta-Judge AwardsThe meta-judge for this project is Aaron Maurer.Aaron Maurer is the big, tall, bald, ugly, nerdy guy roaming the hallways and classroom ofBettendorf Middle School in Bettendorf, Iowa. Aaron has been teaching in this building fornine years. His first five years he taught 6th grade social studies, literature, and computerbefore moving to ELP(Extended Learning Program a.k.a. Gifted Education). For the lastfour years he has taught 4th and 5th grade ELP as well as extension classes for grades5-8.Aaron is looking to officially part of the Flat Classroom Community and has been workinghard on creating global projects after experimenting the last few years with smallerprojects. You can see the projects in action by visiting -http://about.me/coffeechug. The latest project is a Global Project focusing on Bald Eagles.When not working at school, Aaron is the lucky father of three children –Aiden(8), Addyson(6), and Ava (2 years old today - May 9th, 2013). His wife is verypatient dealing with his nerdiness. Aaron also operates a blogwww.coffeeforthebrain.blogspot.com where he provides his insights intoeducation, teaching, training, Lego, and more. In the other free moments he is working onhis own book titled after his mantra, Getting It Done! Lastly, he coaches boys basketballand helps operate and coach the Lego Robotic Team.To see all of his online sites and projects check out www.about.me/coffeechug
How does meta judgingwork? Divisional award winners use the rubric for judging. All first and second place award winners are viewedby the meta judge who then determines the bestoverall without using the rubric. Those who are first and second in each section areoften very close and it is understood that they meetthe criteria to be at the top of the project.
Honorable MentionJudges comment: I am grouping these twotogether because I think they feel the same. Veryinformative. The slides were very smooth and flowedseamlessly. The example provided in the videoswere quality examples to show your individualtopics. I am big on grabbing interest of viewer sosomething to spark some interest at the beginningwould have been great to see. Something clever tohook us right away. I think these two were veryinformative and speaking was of high quality. Nowyou just need to sell it!
Honorable Mention 3.B.1 MarkS_SVHS_NGE FOCUS on the Camera of a TabletComputerand 8.E.1 AlejandroE_ISA 3D-Printing: Expand the Realm ofPossibilityAnd…….. 3.B.2 RiyaP-WHSB Take a Tablet I also chose Take a Tablet because I liked the flow of this video.It felt like a commercial and really just like something I wouldsee on TV or in a store. A few times the quiet pauses sloweddown the piece in transition. Very well done and your sourceswere the best displayed of them all.
Third PlaceJudges comment: I enjoyed this video. You used avariety of sources and types of media. Google Glasshas been given lots of media hype already and willbe interesting to see how the public actuallyresponds. I think trimming the piece down of usingGoogle Glass for sporting event and the timing pieceof speaking at the end were two things that I thinkcould have been improved. You brought up somereally great points in this video. Very well done.
Third Place6.F.1 CandiceZ_SVHSEntertainment & Wearable Technology
Second PlaceJudges comment: I thought this video had a greatopener. It really grabbed my attention from the start. Verywell crafted and put together. You raised a lot of greatpoints and the rhetorical question at the end was a greatway to wrap things up. The one thing missing in thisvideo was a list of resources for your information. I knowyou spoke from experience, but finding information tosupport your ideas is important. A lack of citations at theend is the only flaw in this video. Great job of piecingthings together, speaking from personal experience toconnect with a larger audience. I really think this was themost entertaining of engaging of all the videos.
Second Place1.D.1 MerrittD-WHSA"Moooo"vement of Learning Analyticsand Freedom
FIRST PLACEJudges Comment: You told a story. It was obvious thatyou planned this whole idea out from start to finish.With the touches of humor you were able to blend inthe facts and information needed to convey yourresearch. I thought the first transition could have beenimproved and possibly in terms of story developmentwhy were you on a safari? I loved the theme and ideaof being in pursuit of a MOOC. Well done! Thisreminded me of something I would have made if Iwas a student doing this project.
FIRST PLACEThe NetGenEd 2013 overallWinner……Winner: DavisW – SVHSVideo: 8.A.1 Safari For Technology
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