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Building Learning Communities: Tapping Passion and Reflection for Learning - the Vlogger

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Originally presented at November Learning's Building Learning Communities Conference in Boston, MA, July 2014. Please note videos will not play in Slideshare but you can find most of them in the Vlogging G+ community here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/115585487553081978789

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Building Learning Communities: Tapping Passion and Reflection for Learning - the Vlogger

  1. 1. @amyburvallwww.amyburvall.com Tapping Passion! and Reflection! for Learning:! THE VLOGGER blc14
  2. 2. open community http://bit.ly/vloggED
  3. 3. Entered Merriam- Webster Dictionary in 2009 “video” + “blog” aka “v-log”
  4. 4. FamousVlogger: Charlie McDonnell
  5. 5. FamousVloggers:TheVlog Brothers
  6. 6. FamousVlogger: Ryan Higa (in a Draw my Life vlog)
  7. 7. FamousVlogger: Vi Hart
  8. 8. Why Should StudentsVlog?
  9. 9. Why Should StudentsVlog? natural; part of “confessional culture”
  10. 10. Why Should StudentsVlog? natural; part of “confessional culture” easy; cheap; fun
  11. 11. Why Should StudentsVlog? natural; part of “confessional culture” easy; cheap; fun personal; allows for student voice
  12. 12. Why Should StudentsVlog? natural; part of “confessional culture” easy; cheap; fun personal; allows for student voice practice new literacies
  13. 13. Why Should StudentsVlog? natural; part of “confessional culture” easy; cheap; fun personal; allows for student voice practice new literacies less stressful for some
  14. 14. Why Should StudentsVlog? natural; part of “confessional culture” easy; cheap; fun personal; allows for student voice practice new literacies less stressful for some hard to plagiarize
  15. 15. Why Should StudentsVlog? natural; part of “confessional culture” easy; cheap; fun personal; allows for student voice practice new literacies less stressful for some hard to plagiarize dynamic; can be augmented
  16. 16. low barrier entry point
  17. 17. but wait, there’s more...
  18. 18. vlogs facilitate...
  19. 19. asy sharing
  20. 20. ffective communication
  21. 21. xplaning
  22. 22. xploring issues
  23. 23. xcitement for learning
  24. 24. mpowerment
  25. 25. When toVlog? during activity after a long time briefly after
  26. 26. Decide...
  27. 27. scripted impromptu
  28. 28. thoughtful spontaneous
  29. 29. talking head artisitic
  30. 30. knowledge opinion
  31. 31. instructive reflective
  32. 32. *Dewey: Learn by REFLECTION
  33. 33. CRITICAL REFLECTION analyze contextualize imagine & speculate
  34. 34. CRITICAL REFLECTION pose & probe open-ended perspectives & examples
  35. 35. UNIT QUESTION(S)
  36. 36. UNIT QUESTION(S) thinking better while walking
  37. 37. EXPLORING ISSUES/CONTROVERSIES
  38. 38. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (post-video assignment)
  39. 39. SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
  40. 40. 5 X 5: FIVE TAKEAWAYS IN 5 MINUTES
  41. 41. INSPIRE CHANGE (10 Ideas to Rethink Education)
  42. 42. EVALUATE TOOLS (& practice language)
  43. 43. CREATIVE: SPEEDSKETCHING
  44. 44. CREATIVE: NOTECARDS
  45. 45. CREATIVE:AUGMENTED using Mozilla Popcornmaker
  46. 46. GET MOBILE:“ 50 People 1 Q” (students used phones to interview)
  47. 47. GET MOBILE:“ 50 People 1 Q” (students used phones to interview)
  48. 48. GET BOLD (shy students often blossom)
  49. 49. GET PERSONAL (“like we’re sitting at Starbucks”)
  50. 50. IT’S OK TO GET SILLY (learning should be fun)
  51. 51. IT’S OK TO GET SILLY (learning should be fun)
  52. 52. VLOGS for PD or ANNOUNCEMENTS
  53. 53. VLOGS for PD FEEDBACK
  54. 54. VLOGS for SHARING ACTIVITIES
  55. 55. VLOGS for THINKING OUT LOUD @dkuropatwa “While Walking” series
  56. 56. VLOGS for ARCHIVING EVENTS (make it interactive with aVOXBOX)
  57. 57. VLOGS for PARENT NIGHT (mashup of student final reflections)
  58. 58. document event/process
  59. 59. 3 pronged PicPlayPost PROCESS PRODUCT REFLECTION
  60. 60. crowdsourced reflection
  61. 61. assessment of knowledge
  62. 62. opinion piece
  63. 63. 1st day/last day interview
  64. 64. What’sYour Big Takeaway?
  65. 65. I Used to Think...Now I Think
  66. 66. Get Into a Character
  67. 67. Hook for Frontloading (KWL)
  68. 68. #showyourwork
  69. 69. ART: play museum guide SCIENCE: vlog through an experiment MATH: tour guide for math in the real world LIT: oral poetry reading/ analysis LANGUAGE: vlog in target language
  70. 70. YPES talking head RSA animate Common Craft screen capture stopmotion
  71. 71. IPS & TRICKS vlog from anywhere - upload later
  72. 72. IPS & TRICKS plan well - know your views (but not over-prepared)
  73. 73. IPS & TRICKS relax and get comfy
  74. 74. IPS & TRICKS get close; use eye contact
  75. 75. IPS & TRICKS use headsets or record in car or bathroom (anywhere quiet)
  76. 76. IPS & TRICKS keep background uncluttered - try monotone wall
  77. 77. IPS & TRICKS test lighting (avoid backlight)
  78. 78. IPS & TRICKS check posture - and wear shirt!
  79. 79. IPS & TRICKS try black and white
  80. 80. IPS & TRICKS use jumpcuts - stop & resume
  81. 81. IPS & TRICKS keep under 10 min (4-5 = sweet)
  82. 82. GOING BEYOND...
  83. 83. When StudentsVlog on Their Own @miacremahh
  84. 84. Set UpYour Own...
  85. 85. Set UpYour Own... http://bit.ly/voxboxed21 @VoxBoxED21
  86. 86. TheVOXBOX Ed21 Project (“dotbox” fromVenezuela EVAC2013)
  87. 87. Set UpYour Own... and GetVlogging
  88. 88. Question of the Week
  89. 89. CrowdsourcedVlog Mashup
  90. 90. VLOGS for GRATITUDE (My daughter’s ThankYou card to her teacher)
  91. 91. your big takeaway a question your personal challenge
  92. 92. www.amyburvall.com

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