Explore, share and discuss the benefits &challenges related to video assignment designBenefits Challenges
AssessmentTechnology Skill LevelFaculty FearLack of Equipment/SoftwareNo Student SupportDefining GoalsJazzy toolsNo Studen...
Stimulate InterestMedia Literacy SkillsCritical Thinking SkillsProject-Based LearningCommunicationExpressionGenerate Discu...
Lights, Camera, Action:How to Use Video in the ClassroomKathi KernCara WorickKathryn Cunningham
Video and PedagogyTechnologyAssessment
A video assignmentis where students demonstratetheir learning of course contentthrough the creation of videolearning objec...
WHYVIDEO?
Tell me and I forget.Teach me and I remember.Involve me and I learn.“”Ben Franklin
What is the place of video in a curriculum?
Think about old assignments in new ways…
Engagement
Types of video assignments
PSAReflective/Course RecapCreative/StorytellingInstructionalDocumentary
Student Film Clip
Student Film ClipHold up….
Do my students havethe technical skills?
What equipment is needed?
Shooting Techniques
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Before RenovationAfterMEDIA DEPOT
Editing “Pods” and collaborative spacesfor students to do work on projects
Screen CaptureSoftware• Camtasia• Jing• Screenr
Audio
Editing Software• iMovie• MovieMaker• Sony Vegas• Final Cut Pro• Animoto
http://www.youtube.com/editor
Time Requirements
Assessment
Mid-ProjectDeliverables
Storyboarding
ThanksCara Worickcara.worick@uky.edu@cara_worickKathi Kernkern@uky.eduKathryn Cunninghamkdcunn2@email.uky.edu
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Lights, Camera, Action: How to Use Video in the Classroom

  1. 1. Explore, share and discuss the benefits &challenges related to video assignment designBenefits Challenges
  2. 2. AssessmentTechnology Skill LevelFaculty FearLack of Equipment/SoftwareNo Student SupportDefining GoalsJazzy toolsNo Student Writing
  3. 3. Stimulate InterestMedia Literacy SkillsCritical Thinking SkillsProject-Based LearningCommunicationExpressionGenerate DiscussionLearning Outside of the ClassroomComprehensionRetentionLearning Styles
  4. 4. Lights, Camera, Action:How to Use Video in the ClassroomKathi KernCara WorickKathryn Cunningham
  5. 5. Video and PedagogyTechnologyAssessment
  6. 6. A video assignmentis where students demonstratetheir learning of course contentthrough the creation of videolearning objects using formatssuch as video, audio, still imagesand text.
  7. 7. WHYVIDEO?
  8. 8. Tell me and I forget.Teach me and I remember.Involve me and I learn.“”Ben Franklin
  9. 9. What is the place of video in a curriculum?
  10. 10. Think about old assignments in new ways…
  11. 11. Engagement
  12. 12. Types of video assignments
  13. 13. PSAReflective/Course RecapCreative/StorytellingInstructionalDocumentary
  14. 14. Student Film Clip
  15. 15. Student Film ClipHold up….
  16. 16. Do my students havethe technical skills?
  17. 17. What equipment is needed?
  18. 18. Shooting Techniques
  19. 19.
  20. 20. Before RenovationAfterMEDIA DEPOT
  21. 21. Editing “Pods” and collaborative spacesfor students to do work on projects
  22. 22. Screen CaptureSoftware• Camtasia• Jing• Screenr
  23. 23. Audio
  24. 24. Editing Software• iMovie• MovieMaker• Sony Vegas• Final Cut Pro• Animoto
  25. 25. http://www.youtube.com/editor
  26. 26. Time Requirements
  27. 27. Assessment
  28. 28. Mid-ProjectDeliverables
  29. 29. Storyboarding
  30. 30. ThanksCara Worickcara.worick@uky.edu@cara_worickKathi Kernkern@uky.eduKathryn Cunninghamkdcunn2@email.uky.edu

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