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Work Week 4

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Creating your Podcast of Video

 

These activities must be completed by March 23, 2009.  Plan to spend 2-2.5 hours on this week's work.


This Week's Activities

 

  • Comment on this week's Gospel Insights Presentation(s). Think about the message as well as the presentation of the message.  What have you learned from their presentation?  How will you apply their message in your life?  What suggestions can you offer the author for making the presentation more effective?  What ideas does their presentation give you for future presentations that you may make? (10 minutes)
  • Create sample podcast or video based on your plan (1.5-2 hours for a podcast, possibly more for a video).  
  • Send a link to your podcast or video to Kimberly.  (I recommend embedding the podcast or video somewhere on your classroom web presence.)
  • Record your video critique of your work (15 minutes). Please include the following information:
    • A brief summary of your revised plan including the content area, grade level, and curricular goals.
    • An evaluation of your plan based on the criteria in the Podcasting and Video Rubric.
    • A description of how you applied your technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) to plan this activity for your students.
      • How will the technology used in this activity help your students better understand the topic you are teaching?
    • Any additional ideas or questions that occurred to you while creating your podcast or video.
    • Ust the appropriate worksheet (EffectiveTechPodcast.pdf  and EffectiveTechMovie.pdf ) to help you organize your thoughts.

 

Comments (3)

Jenifer Hoggan said

at 10:12 pm on Mar 21, 2009

Where do we embed the video on the class website? Somewhere on the wiki website?

Jenifer Hoggan said

at 11:24 pm on Mar 21, 2009

Until I can figure out where to embed it, here is the link to my video, http://www.vimeo.com/3796588

Kimberly McCollum said

at 7:56 am on Mar 22, 2009

@ Jenifer - You should embed the video on your classroom website. Thank you for the link, though.

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