Not essentially prescribed forms or models (i.e. we are not necessarily talking about established forms, e.g. narrative, documentary, ethnographic, etc. )
Allow for new expressions of response and research that provide opportunities for conceptual learning.
What are we talking about when we talk about video pedagogy?The opportunities afforded by digital video access; video as a mode of research and inquiry; the unique aesthetic and technical challenges presented by video; flexibility and complexity in responses to assignments.
Large and small scale; debriefing and report models; responding to prompts short activities and engaging different learning styles
Engaging local communities in public forums, ethics and responsibilities of social/cultural behaviors Active learning, project-based learning
Make sure attendees think about how these students have demonstrated critical thinking skills communication skills, and creativity
It is cliché to say that this generation of students are digital natives but they truly are. If they haven’t experimented with video on their iphones or other devices already, it will still be very easy for them to learn because they have adapted to the technology era and pick up on new technologies very quickly.
There are also Mac Labs on Campus and A/V services camera checkouts
-Camtasia is around $100 -Jing allows for 5 min videos that can be automatically shared out to youtube, im or email. There is a paid version that will allow you more options and longer videos. -Screenr is completely web-based. No downloads. Free. Can upload to youtube or download an MP4. Have an iPad app.
GarageBand and Audacity for recording-Stock free music:Freemusicarchive.orgFreesound.orgFreeplaymusic.comSoundbible.com
Media Commons instructor’s guide
Rubric and tie into your learning outcomes
Checklist, scripts, storyboards, rough cut.Kathi has her students show her in 1-on-1 meetings the first minute of their projectOnce again reference the Media Commons handout
Handout of a blank templatePinterestInstagram
Lights, Camera, Action: How to Use Video in the Classroom
Explore, share and discuss the benefits &challenges related to video assignment designBenefits Challenges