Multimodal Project Design: four steps toward assessment by Virginia Kuhn

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These slides were created for a Faculty Forum sponsored by the USC Center for Scholarly Technology on Feb 22, 2013. I argue that assessment begins in assignment design such that students know the criteria by which they'll be judged, and so they can reflect upon their own active learning and engagement with the media that barrages us in the contemporary moment. This approach also provides opportunities for revision and fosters critical media literacy.

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  • synopsis
  • we are not looking for a music video, any more than we are looking for song lyrics in an essay
  • we are not looking for a music video, any more than we are looking for song lyrics in an essay
  • we are not looking for a music video, any more than we are looking for song lyrics in an essay
  • we are not looking for a music video, any more than we are looking for song lyrics in an essay
  • theory can be mixed into the assignment, fair use not only adds a level of
  • in depth assignment sheets, project plan, citation
  • ratio between an essay and a digital argument
  • in depth assignment sheets, project plan, citation
  • in depth assignment sheets, project plan, citation
  • early on, all of my assignments included a reflective essay so i didn’t miss something
  • Multimodal Project Design: four steps toward assessment by Virginia Kuhn

    1. 1. CST Faculty ForumMULTIMODAL PROJECT February 22, 2013DESIGN:four steps toward assessment Virginia Kuhn vkuhn@cinema.usc.edu
    2. 2. CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013rationale? Virginia Kuhn vkuhn@cinema.usc.edu
    3. 3. CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013rationale? competent control of the available semiotic resources Virginia Kuhn vkuhn@cinema.usc.edu
    4. 4. CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013rationale? digital technologies endow filmic texts with book-like qualities Virginia Kuhn vkuhn@cinema.usc.edu
    5. 5. CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013+ scaffolding+ assignment design+ revision+ reflection Virginia Kuhn vkuhn@cinema.usc.edu
    6. 6. CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013+ scaffolding - theory - fair use - models
    7. 7. + assignment design CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013
    8. 8. CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013+ assignment design
    9. 9. + assignment design CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013
    10. 10. + assignment design CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013
    11. 11. + assignment design CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013
    12. 12. + revision CST Faculty Forum - peer review February 22, 2013
    13. 13. - peer review CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013
    14. 14. CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013+ reflection you are teaching media literacy ARCHIVE dot ORG the library
    15. 15. CST Facultyand about that rubric... Forum February 22, 2013
    16. 16. CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/14.2/interviews/kuhn/index.html
    17. 17. CST Faculty Forum February 22, 2013THANK YOU Virginia Kuhn vkuhn@cinema.usc.ed u

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