Designing and Assessing Video Composing Assignments
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  • 1. Designing and Assessing Video Composing Assignments Jason Palmeri (Miami University) jason.palmeri@gmail.com @jasonpalmeri
  • 2. Why Video Composing?
  • 3. Popular Medium / Wide Audience
  • 4. Robustly Multimodal
  • 5. Video Genres• Persuasive / Analytical Documentary• Rhetorical / Cultural Remix• PSA• Digital Story• Media Translation / “Remediation”• Student Choice
  • 6. Scaffolded Assignment Design• Integrate Assessment as Reflective, Collaborative, and Recursive Process• Emphasize (potentially) transferable principles of rhetoric and process and integrate with alphabetic writing.• Value and make space for experimentation and “failure.”
  • 7. Introducing Project• Rhetorical analysis of sample videos (informal writing, group discussion)• Collaborative Rubric Generation• Engage ethical issues (Intellectual Property / Fair Use; ethics of representation)• Hands-On Software Workshop: iMovie and Moviemaker, screencast-o-matic, online- convert.com (encourage students to bring their own laptops if they have them)
  • 8. Early Process• Project Proposals• Digital Commonplace Book (gathering materials on a blog, prezi, pinterest)• Open Studio Work Time• Alpha draft (30 second “proof of concept”)• “Speed Dating” Peer Response and mini- conferences
  • 9. Mid-Process Strategies• Beta Draft• Detailed written comments on macro and micro concerns (using time-stamp method)• Whole class (and small group) workshopping (using class rubric as a guide)• Individual Conferences
  • 10. Late Process Strategies• “Out-of-class” peer response• Extensive reflective essay (worth substantial part of the grade)• Celebratory showcase day
  • 11. Criteria for Evaluating Video: