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RemixED_EdTechTeam

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Remix calls for knowledge and understanding, critical, higher-order, and design thinking, a variety of tech skills, and frequently, collaboration and navigation in the greater media landscape. A remix task offers students a chance to truly transform a work and create something unique - something that will contribute to their digital presence and legacy.
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  1. 1. the power of remix, mashup, + re-contextualization in the classroom @amyburvallamyburvall.com bit.ly/remixED
  2. 2. bit.ly/remixED
  3. 3. bit.ly/remixED
  4. 4. yourself in 3 apps: which apps on your phone symbolize you as a person? your current life in 3 emoji: which 3 emoji best describe your current life?
  5. 5. Kirby Ferguson: EVERYTHING IS A REMIX
  6. 6. Kirby Ferguson: EVERYTHING IS A REMIX
  7. 7. “All ideas are secondhand, consciously and unconsciously drawn from a million outside sources Mark Twain
  8. 8. cryptomnesia
  9. 9. 1960s Jamaica > 1970s Bronx
  10. 10. 1960s Jamaica > 1970s Bronx “Grandmaster Flash”
  11. 11. …it turns out there was a 250 year history of finding poetry in the newspaper… …nothing is completely ORIGINAL - …all creative work builds upon what came before.
  12. 12. @austinkleon
  13. 13. “It’s not where you take things from – it’s where you take them to. - Jean-Luc Godard
  14. 14. REMIX CULTURE
  15. 15. Henry Jenkins, USC PARTICIPATORY LEARNING
  16. 16. Henry Jenkins, USC PARTICIPATORY LEARNING
  17. 17. PRODUCE CONSUME
  18. 18. MOVE BEYOND... REITERATION
  19. 19. MOVE BEYOND... REGURGITATION
  20. 20. MOVE BEYOND... REHASHING
  21. 21. remix parody mashup critique transmedia sarcasm
  22. 22. transformative
  23. 23. non-linear re-interpretation of a given work
  24. 24. worked
  25. 25. worked
  26. 26. purposed
  27. 27. purposed
  28. 28. imagined
  29. 29. imagined
  30. 30. designed
  31. 31. designed
  32. 32. contextualized
  33. 33. contextualized
  34. 34. CURATING CREATING, REPURPOSING COMMENTING, DISCUSSING SHARING, RTing, LIKING WATCHING, READING, LURKING altimeter group
  35. 35. Michael Jackson Meets Chinese Propaganda
  36. 36. Michael Jackson Meets Chinese Propaganda
  37. 37. Bryan Williams rap mash
  38. 38. Bryan Williams rap mash
  39. 39. DISRUPTUS GAME
  40. 40. DIVERGENT THINKING and WARM-UPS choose 1 from the G-doc
  41. 41. PORTMANTEAU mashup of 2 or more words to make a new word
  42. 42. Lewis Carroll chortle: chuckle + snort mimsy: miserable + flimsy portmanteaux
  43. 43. probsolutely
  44. 44. anticipointment
  45. 45. kissgust
  46. 46. William Burroughs, Naked Lunch CUT-UP METHOD
  47. 47. ChristianVerdun
  48. 48. my “makeout poetry” ipad Paper 53 + magazine + Instagram filter
  49. 49. found icon poetry
  50. 50. or Fold Over Technique...
  51. 51. or Fold Over Technique... SERENDIPITOUS CREATIVITY
  52. 52. book spine POETRY
  53. 53. we tried it: and REMIXED it
  54. 54. RANDOMIZE “4 things Template” by @alicekeeler
  55. 55. 5 card Flickr @cogdog
  56. 56. Metaphorical Icons *try phrase randomizer: watchout4snakes.com
  57. 57. as remix
  58. 58. “exquisite corpse”
  59. 59. the exquisite corpse shall drink the new wine “exquisite corpse”
  60. 60. Combinatorial Creativity in the Classroom
  61. 61. #burtonstory for MOMA Tim Burton: Cadavre Exquis
  62. 62. “NOUN: an exquisite corpse with words”
  63. 63. Mom & daughter
  64. 64. hashtag “found” story
  65. 65. found poetry with #s
  66. 66. PARAPARA (Japanese for “Line Dance”)
  67. 67. PARAPARA (Japanese for “Line Dance”)
  68. 68. PARAPARA (Japanese for “Line Dance”)
  69. 69. PARAPARA (Japanese for “Line Dance”)
  70. 70. @twoheadlines
  71. 71. @twoheadlines
  72. 72. “Character Collaboration”
  73. 73. HitREcord.org
  74. 74. HitREcord.org
  75. 75. #ds106 and the #dailycreate
  76. 76. #ds106 and the #dailycreate
  77. 77. COLLABORATIVE REMIX choose 1 from the G-doc
  78. 78. to show understanding
  79. 79. Donald “Drawbertson” on Instagram
  80. 80. Donald “Drawbertson” on Instagram
  81. 81. “Creative Languaging”
  82. 82. “Creative Languaging”
  83. 83. Stop-Motion QUOTE Interpretation
  84. 84. Stop-Motion QUOTE Interpretation
  85. 85. “Livin’ in Pax Romana”/ “Vida Loca” parody
  86. 86. “Livin’ in Pax Romana”/ “Vida Loca” parody
  87. 87. Wix website
  88. 88. Re.vu Infographic CV
  89. 89. SCORE THE ARTICLE beatlab.com http://www.incredibox.com/
  90. 90. Remix TEXT or AUDIO
  91. 91. I came across Miss Riding Hood But what a change! No cloak of red, no silly hood upon her head. She said,“Hello! And do, please note my lovely furry wolfskin coat!” A few weeks later in the wood… - Roald Dahl
  92. 92. what famous paintings really say
  93. 93. literary graffiti
  94. 94. Thinglink offers remix!
  95. 95. song lyrics to cartoons
  96. 96. archival footage remix
  97. 97. archival footage remix
  98. 98. make it vintage!
  99. 99. METADATA SOMETHING
  100. 100. RE-CONTEXTUALIZE choose 1 from the Gdoc
  101. 101. personification
  102. 102. personification
  103. 103. MEMETICS
  104. 104. “mimeme” MEMETICS
  105. 105. “mimeme” “imitated thing” MEMETICS
  106. 106. Contemporary info- literacy must involve memes (or memetics) as to how information/ideas spread and why this is important. Alec Couros, @courosa
  107. 107. Every spoof gives more power to the original Shepard Fairey, OBEY
  108. 108. meme story
  109. 109. KAPSUL:The Scream
  110. 110. “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  111. 111. 15 tweets “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  112. 112. 15 tweets character’s perspective “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  113. 113. 15 tweets character’s perspective voice, language, tone “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  114. 114. 15 tweets character’s perspective voice, language, tone emotion, thoughts, opinions “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  115. 115. 15 tweets character’s perspective voice, language, tone emotion, thoughts, opinions #frenemies, #lessonlearned, #fail “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  116. 116. analog Instagram @KleinErin
  117. 117. Jersey Shore a la Oscar Wilde
  118. 118. Jersey Shore a la Oscar Wilde
  119. 119. the “POE” - tential
  120. 120. the “POE” - tential
  121. 121. the flow of Poe
  122. 122. the flow of Poe
  123. 123. The Raven (re-interpreted as typographical art) poem in hair
  124. 124. Poe meets pop music
  125. 125. Poe meets pop music
  126. 126. @AncientTop40
  127. 127. Steve Allen: Rock as Poetry
  128. 128. Steve Allen: Rock as Poetry
  129. 129. Photoshop
  130. 130. parody tweets / plays on words
  131. 131. Art meets Snapchat
  132. 132. synopsize
  133. 133. synopsize synthesize
  134. 134. synopsize synthesize ESSENTIALIZE
  135. 135. minimalist movie posters
  136. 136. minimalist movie posters POEMS NOVELS HISTORICAL EVENTS
  137. 137. haiku plot summaries
  138. 138. historical figures
  139. 139. STANDING ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS
  140. 140. Create a Band meet with 1-3 other people in your same discipline Band Name= Title of Wikipedia article regarding some aspect of your curriculum Album Title: Quote or pieces of quote from someone key to your discipline (famous ruler, philosopher, artist, scientist
  141. 141. Create a Band Song Titles: relate to a concept you are teaching Cover Art= Use search terms related to your subject area OR a random Flickr or Instagram search (#tagged) http://5card.cogdogblog.com/ OR try 5 card Flickr Produce using an app, Photoshop, Gimp, PicMonkey
  142. 142. Beatle-fy Your Course alone or with a partner from the same discipline use any Beatle song as the base (find the lyrics + use to figure out rhyme scheme + meter Try to write at least 1 verse BASED on some concept you teach
  143. 143. if all else fails…there’s always cat videos
  144. 144. if all else fails…there’s always cat videos
  145. 145. www.amyburvall.com
  146. 146. your big takeaway a question your personal challenge

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